December 06, 2012
Black Friday Christmas?
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Now that retail stores have opened for Thanksgiving day shopping, will American's love for consumerism prompt stores to open on Christmas day as well? Reporter David Ortiz has more.
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Within a day after Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher’s and his girlfriend’s deaths, the establishment launched a surprise attack on the right to bear arms and the Second Amendment using guns as a scapegoat to distract from the most-likely culprit: the concussion-inducing, psychotropic drug-addicted, gladiatorial thug, celebrity rock star culture plaguing the NFL. This past weekend on Sunday Night Football, sports commentator Bob Costas, with the full support of NBC and the NFL, indicted the “gun culture” as he quoted an article by Fox Sports columnist James Whitlock which blamed guns for the sad killings that took place - Watch now