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Rupert Murdoch suggests Barack Obama isn’t ‘real black president’

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The founder of the global News Corp. media empire, Rupert Murdoch, is suggesting that President Barack Obama isn’t a “real black president.” Murdoch was praising Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson and his wife on Twitter Wednesday evening when he wrote: “Ben and Candy Carson terrific. What about a real black President who can properly address the racial divide?” Later, Murdoch recommended a New York magazine article asking whether Obama has done enough for the African-American community. Murdoch is the founder…

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With new ‘Tell All’ book debuting, Chuck Palahniuk featured in New York Magazine

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The waiter at the café—a cute, young aspiring writer with face fuzz and a military-surplus cap—stammers with recognition. Square-jawed, buttoned-down Chuck Palahniuk, kicking off a tour for his new book, Tell-All, chats with him smilingly about an Iowa wrestling tournament both he and the waiter have been to, and signs an autograph. Just a couple of bros. Palahniuk is most famous for Fight Club, the 1996 book (and the testosteroney 1999 Ed Norton-Brad Pitt movie) about bored white-collar guys who get together,…

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With new ‘Tell All’ book debuting, Chuck Palahniuk featured in New York Magazine

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The waiter at the café—a cute, young aspiring writer with face fuzz and a military-surplus cap—stammers with recognition. Square-jawed, buttoned-down Chuck Palahniuk, kicking off a tour for his new book, Tell-All, chats with him smilingly about an Iowa wrestling tournament both he and the waiter have been to, and signs an autograph. Just a couple of bros. Palahniuk is most famous for Fight Club, the 1996 book (and the testosteroney 1999 Ed Norton-Brad Pitt movie) about bored white-collar guys who get together,…

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