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50 Shades of Grey: Required reading for CA Middle School Students

Written By Bill Hourly on Wednesday, February 25, 2015 | 2:29 AM

A California middle school has drawn criticism from activists due to a controversial reading assignment.    Students were required to read 50 Shades of Grey and write a 2-page summary.  Children who read all 3 books and wrote a 3-page summary were given automatic A's.

The middle school teacher, James McCaskill, who also happens to be a priest at the neighborhood Catholic church, St. Augustine, was unavailable for a full interview but when asked if 50 Shades of Grey was really appropriate reading material for children he responded:

Adrian Peterson Talks About his New Gig at Parenting Magazine

Written By Bradley J. Berger on Wednesday, November 19, 2014 | 2:59 PM

Adrian Peterson met with the media yesterday to announce that he will be joining the Parenting Magazine staff as a contributor. He says that he's looking forward to putting the past behind him and taking the next step in his career.

"I'm out of work right now so I'm thankful for the chance to repair my public image. I'm a changed man. I would have never allegedly beaten my children mercilessly, or I bragged about it to my friends, if I had know they can kick you out of football for that. All of my baby's mothers, both present and future, know I have my kids best interest in mind."  

Peterson went on to say that he's taken steps to change himself for the better. He feels that the progress he's made has given him a clearer understanding of what he needs to do to avoid any future legal problems.

"I'm just not going to pick up the phone when their mothers call. I'll still send child support checks and all that. I might even talk to 'em over the phone, if they can catch me between autograph signings. I'm just going to avoid seeing them as much as I can. Problem solved."

Peterson says he brings a new perspective to the Parenting Magazine staff and feels that readers will connect with his viewpoints.

"Reason and patience are overrated when it comes to parenting. One of my counselors said that I should take the time to get to know my kids and understand their feelings. I'm no child psychologist but the switch allegedly seemed to work just fine to me, not that I condone that sort of thing. You know what I'm sayin'?"

White House Security: Secret Service to be Replace by Nightclub Bouncers

Written By Bill Hourly on Monday, September 22, 2014 | 12:00 PM

Secret Service and the recent White House Break In
In response to a recent incident where a lone individual was able to hop the White House fence and gain entrance to the White House armed with a knife, President Obama has decided to begin looking at other sources of security.  Further investigation reveals that Secret Service agents responsible for guarding the White House were engrossed in a heated game of Minecraft.

George Zimmerman to give Speech in Ferguson, MO.

Written By Bill Hourly on Wednesday, September 3, 2014 | 12:59 AM

Recent events in Ferguson, MO have inspired many people from around the US to travel to the "Show Me State."  One of the most recent and surprising  announcements is that George Zimmerman would also be traveling to Ferguson to give a speech and help improve the situation.

Despite numerous attempts, the OHD staff was unable to get a hold of Zimmerman for an interview, but did confirm that he would be traveling to Missouri.  The staff was able to get a hold of one of Zimmerman's representatives for a Skype interview.

Shooting Spree in Desert Hot Springs, CA - Man Mistakes Meth Addicts for Zombies

Written By Bill Hourly on Saturday, August 23, 2014 | 1:34 PM

Desert Hot Springs, CA - Known for it's skin-searing heat, history of UFO lore, and high concentration of meth addicts, DHS was recently the scene of an unfortunate accident.

Anti-Obama KKK Member Tired of "Racist" Label

Written By Bill Hourly on Wednesday, July 16, 2014 | 7:08 AM

James Kisten, a 47-year-old Texas native and proud member of the Kux Klux Klan has recently decided to go public with his outcry against unfair racist labeling.

"So the other day I got a reply to the 7th "look Obama is a monkey" chain email I sent that day and my liberal sister replied, calling me a racist.  But why am I a racist?  Because I love America?  Because I believe in the Constitution? Really, I just think she's bitter because I would never let her date a black guy.

"I would in fact say that the N****rs I work with are the racists because they don't laugh when I throw the N word around.  For one, I don't exactly say it everyday and if these guys ever listened to rap they'd know that N****r rappers sorta use this word too, so why can't I?  So really, all this "racist" accusation is nonsense.  I'm just a good American boy whose objectively tired Obama's policies, and I wish N****rs didn't think I was racist just because I don't like Obama.

When asked if he felt that the confederate flag shirt, hat and tattoos might also give the impression that he was a racist he replied,  "The Southern States aren't racist at all and the Civil War was really about States' Rights not slavery.  People lose focus on that.  The South simply wanted more sovereignty for the States and less federal involvement.  And take this situation with illegals coming here from South America and other parts of Mexico. They think they can come here just because their ancestors crossed the Asian-American border 13,000 years before Europeans arrived here and enlightened them.

"But in fact, Southern states like Texas worked hard to get the federal government to act on behalf of the States and earning the Southwestern states by taking it from the B*****s and increasing the number of slave-owning states.  In fact, I'd say Mexicans still owe us reparations for the cost of that war."
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