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Feds who send arms against ranch families betray American values
Topic - Alex
More American teens are smoking marijuana, with nearly 1 in 10 lighting up at least 20 or more times a month, according to a new survey of young people.
More teens are smoking dope, with nearly 1 in 10 lighting up at least 20 or more times a month, according to a new survey of young people.
The parents of late singer Amy Winehouse officially launched the U.S. branch of a foundation named for their daughter at New York's Joe's Pub, where the embattled pop star made her American debut five years ago.
The parents of Amy Winehouse officially launched the U.S. branch of a foundation named for their daughter at New York's Joe's Pub, where the embattled pop star made her American debut five years ago.
You can laugh at nutty right-wingers who home-school their kids because they don't want them to learn about evolution; you can sneer at dirty hippies who unschool their kids at home because they can't be tied to the Man's curriculum, man. Laugh and sneer all you want, but those home-schooled and unschooled kids are not being hounded to death — literally, in a case documented on-screen in "Bully" — by their peers.
"Don't Be Afraid of the Dark," the film's title instructs viewers. It needn't have bothered; there's nothing to be scared of here — or much to be entertained by either.
Marketers manipulate the Christmas season to make our children want ever more stuff — to focus on how much they can get.
"We're just gonna be friends with benefits," says Alex, "like in 'No Strings Attached.'
"Casually seeing each other,"