March for Science Chicago: Some of the Best Signs (PHOTOS)

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While the Women’s March in January and the Tax March last weekend had more than their fair share of clever signs, March for Science Chicago blew both of them away. The signage here was beyond brilliant. I guess that’s to be expected when you hold a rally that advocates reason, logic and critical thinking.

On this, the 47th edition of Earth Day, Saturday April 22nd, March for Science Chicago was held, sending a strong message  to our leaders in Washington D.C.

An estimated 4o,00 attended the event, which began with a speaker’s program at 10-11 am, then a march to the Field Museum of Natural History. There, an exposition was held until 3 pm, all in the name of supporting of science.

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Ex Chicago Fire Star Cuahtemoc Blanco Denies Murder Implications, Fears For His Life

Former Chicago Fire and Mexico striker Cuahtemoc Blanco stands accused of ordering a hit on a man named Juan Manuel García Bejarano. During a procession that commenced the city of Cuernavaca’s annual fair, Bejarano was gunned down.

The alleged killer was apprehended and accused Cuahtemoc Blanco, the current mayor of Cuernavaca, of having ordered the April 6th shooting; reports El Financiero. The Mexico legend denies the allegations, and says he fears for the safety of himself and his family.

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March for Science Chicago: Details and Info on Rally for Reason and Logic

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On Earth Day, Saturday April 22nd, March for Science Chicago will be held, and with it a strong message sent to our leaders in Washington D.C. Over 45,000+ are expected to attend the event, which runs from 10am to 3pm, to rally and march in support of science.

The flagship march will take place in our nation’s capital, and approximately 500+ other rallies will occur all around the world. The event is being organized to show support for the scientific community, recognize how science serves society at-large and promote an approach to governing that leverages peer-reviewed, evidence-based policy making.

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Aaron Hernandez Dead from Apparent Suicide; Twitter Users Make Really Bad Jokes


Aaron Hernandez was an awful human being; there’s really no disputing that.

Anyone who deliberately takes another person’s life is truly beyond the pale of description. Repugnant, deplorable, immoral, monstrous, disgusting….choose your words but at the end of the day these are still just words and they can never truly articulate the atrocity that is intentionally taking another human being’s life from them.

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Chicago Cubs World Series Win was the Last Great American Sports News Story


The party itself was a transcendent bacchanal, but now the hangover has set in. We had a transcendent euphoria of a time, but now the huge bill is due and the nausea and headaches are severe. It doesn’t mean we have any regrets at all about what we experienced, but it does make us wonder where we go from here.

The Chicago Cubs winning the World Series for the first time in 108 years was the last Great American Sports News Story (Capitalization Intentional). Everything else that’s happened since seems inconsequential by comparison.

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Tax March Chicago: Highlights, Signs, Sounds, Photos and Videos

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Most people never bought into the “only reporters care about my tax returns” fallacy that Donald Trump loves to espouse. It is and always has been a flimsy excuse, but for the small subset of America that thinks he could be right…they were proven dead wrong today!

In our nation’s capital, 25,000 people alone marched for the cause of getting Trump to show his taxes. Tax March Chicago was one of over 200 marches and rallies held in cities today across not just the United States of America, but the entire world.

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2026 World Cup Bid Launched: 60 Potential Matches in USA, 10 Each in Mexico, Canada


While the tide against globalism in politics continues to rise, it’s a totally different story in sports. FIFA is encouraging multi-nation bids for future football/futbol/soccer events and we’ll see a huge one, for the 2026 World Cup, come Monday.

Three CONCACAF nations: the United States of America, Canada and Mexico are scheduled to made what they billed as a historic announcement today at One World Observatory on the 102nd floor of One World Trade Center (the “Freedom Tower”). They unveiled plans of their joint bid to host the 2026 World Cup. This is the first tri-nation bid in history and the 2026 World Cup will be the first edition with 48 teams competing.

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Coastal Carolina Cheerleading Suspended; Amidst Prostitution Allegations


Coastal Carolina Cheerleading is currently dominating the sports news cycle, as the squad has been indefinitely suspended.

A conduct investigation is the reason for the suspension, and the allegations include “a long list of things,” including prostitution, purchasing alcohol for underage team members, and paying others to complete their homework assignments.

Coastal Carolina University, commonly referred to as CCU or Coastal, is a public, state-supported, liberal arts university in Conway, South Carolina, United States. It is actually not located on the coast, but about 12 miles inland from Myrtle Beach.

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Chelsea Owner, Putin Confidant Roman Abramovich was in Colorado Same Day as Jared Kushner


With Donald J. Trump and Vladimir Putin we have seen endless coincidences and collaboration. However, we have not seen evidence of definitive collusion. “The smoking gun,” as one would proverbially put it, hasn’t been found yet. However, the United States Senate is investigating whether or not Russia/Putin colluded with the Trump campaign to alter the outcome of the 2016 United States Presidential election.

As of now, the committee’s investigation has been saying that it’s too early to know whether the two parties colluded or not.

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Tomi Lahren Dismissal from TheBlaze Could Be an Example of “Failing Upwards”


While many rejoiced over news of TheBlaze network firing polarizing hostess Tomi Lahren, the schadenfreude could be both short-lived and premature. There’s so much conflicting information on this topic right now that it’s still TBD how exactly Tomi Lahren will leave the Glenn Beck run operation, and whether or not this results in a blessing-in-disguise for the polarizing and extremist talking head hate-monger.

Neither camp: Tomi Lahren and her representation, or TheBlaze, are responding to requests for comment right now.

It’s all leading to ramped up speculation, and when it’s all said and done, this might be a boon for the career of Lahren. Sadly, the Blaze may have just been holding her back

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West Ham United, Tottenham Hotspur Tweet Statements on London Terrorist Attacks

For the third time since late 2015, a terrorist attack coincided with European football on international break. The Paris attacks on Friday the 13th, November 2015 included three explosions occurring outside the Stade de France.

France were playing Germany in an international football friendly at the time of the terrorist bombing. Another atrocity occurred in March of 2016 in Brussels, again during an international break, and yesterday’s Westminster attack occurred on the one year anniversary.

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Manchester United’s Previous League Cup Win Had a Donald Trump Connection


Donald Trump is the 45th President of these United States of America, like it or not. This is reality despite his losing the popular vote by 2.8 million and receiving votes from just 27% of the eligible American electorate. As painful as it is to say, he is the man who is currently in the world’s most powerful position and as such has influence in places that you would never imagine.

Take for instance the League Cup of English football. With the EFL Cup Final set to kickoff on Sunday, and Manchester United vying with Southampton for the trophy, the Manchester Evening News unearthed this gem from the last time United won the title.

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