Ariana Grande Licks Donuts, Hates America And Fat Shames (Caught On Tape)


“Police said Wednesday they were investigating video that appears to show Ariana Grande licking doughnuts at a shop in California. Earlier, Grande apologized for saying “I hate America” in the same video.

Police in Lake Elsinore, California, where the doughnut shop is located, said they and Riverside County public health officials were investigating the video, which appeared to show the 22-year-old singer and a man with her “maliciously lick” the doughnuts.

Mayra Solis, 22, a cashier on duty at Wolfee Donuts when Grande went into the store, said the singer didn’t purchase any of the doughnuts she licked.” *

Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian (The Point) discuss on The Young Turks. Tell us what you think in the comment section below.

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Next Stop for The Young Turks: The AOL On Network

Next Stop for The Young Turks: The AOL On Network

By Adam Flomenbaum on May. 26, 2015

From YouTube to Roku, Hulu, and Facebook, The Young Turks (TYT) have conquered nearly every major online platform – producing videos tailored to each platform’s audience. And still, they continue to expand. TYT recently announced that they would begin distributing content through the AOL On Network.

Part of AOL’s appeal to Verizon is its advertising technology, which includes its large video distribution network.

“The Young Turks and AOL have been working on this deal long before the announcement of the Verizon deal,” Steve Oh, COO, The Young Turks, tells LostRemote. “That said, just this week, TYT and Verizon have begun exploring opportunities for TYT to create content for Verizon’s various platforms.”

Whichever platforms its fans are using, TYT will expand there. “Our goal is to be wherever the audience is, to extend our brand and grow our fan base,” Oh says.

The next logical step for the network is mobile messaging platforms, which may include Snapchat and Kik, among others.

UPDATE: Konami Orders Takedown on Critical YouTube Video


Note: YouTube has Overridden Konami’s takedown order since this video was shot. However, it’s an important enough issue that we feel this still needs to air- Mgmt. (Kim)

Hideo Kojima and Konami are in the middle of…something. We know this much is true. But when George “Super Bunnyhop” Weidman published video alleging he had inside information on what’s going on with Konami, the company ordered the video be taken down! Why does this matter? And how does this reflect on the embittered company?

Kim Horcher discusses with special guests Erika Ishii and Becca Scott, both from Geek and Sundry on Twitch! (

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Game Of Thrones Season 5 Episode 6 “Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken” Review And Discussion


HBO’s Game of Thrones Season 5 Episode 5 S05E06 (“Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken”) is reviewed.

Find out what Ben Mankiewicz, Matt Atchity (Rotten Tomatoes), and John Iadarola of Think Tank think in this discussion and review of HBO’s Game of Throne’s season 5 episode 5, “Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken”!

What was your favorite scene in this episode? What do you hope to see happen in season 5? Who do you think will be the next to die? Let us know what you think in the comments!

The Young Turks’s Ben Mankiewicz, Matt Atchity, and John Iadarola of Think Tank discuss all the ins and outs of GOT S05E06 ‘Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken’.

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ISIS = Islamic Extremists? ‘No’ Says Obama and Jordan’s King Abdullah II


“Cenk Uygur ( host of The Young Turks discusses the most recent comments by Jordan King Abdullah II who claims that ISIS is not an example of Islamic Extremists.

During an interview with CNN’s Fareed Zakaria, the Jordanian King stated that he agreed with earlier statements from U.S. President Obama and believed that members of ISIS were ‘outlaws’ on the outside of the established religion of Islam that boasts over one billion members. He added that ISIS is simply looking for a legitimate face for its organization and that its members ‘do not have any relation to [the Islamic] faith’.

This comes after weeks of reporting by Fox News that favored King Abdullah II as a strong leader over what they perceived as an ineffectiveness by President Obama.”

Is ISIS an Islamic Extremist organization, or are they simply trying to claim the title for their own ends? Tell us what you think in the comments below.

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OBGYN Helps Women Find And Stimulate G-Spot


“A disciplinary panel has voted to strip an Ohio gynecologist of his medical license for inappropriate behavior with two patients, both of whom the physician helped find their respective “G-spots” before engaging in further sexual contact, according to state records.

The State Medical Board of Ohio last month voted to sanction Dr. Kurt Froehlich, a Cincinnati doctor who has been licensed to practice medicine since 1993. A medical board member who voted to permanently revoke Froehlich’s license called the case against the 48-year-old physician (seen at right) the “most crude” he had seen in 40 years.” *

Cenk Uygur ( and Ana Kasparian ( discuss.

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Wall Street Guardian Angel Completely Missing In Action


“For all the anger among progressives about a Wall Street bailout provision that made its way into the just-passed $1.1 trillion government spending bill, there’s been little attention on the person who put it in there.

Meet Congressman Kevin Yoder (R-Kansas).

Yoder, a second-term congressman whose largest contributors are in the finance industry, introduced the provision last summer. It was literally written by Citigroup executives, but Yoder took their language and rolled it into an amendment to a spending bill in a House subcommittee meeting. It got swept into the year-end spending package because it “was within the scope of negotiations” on it, according to an Appropriations Committee aide.

The provision, which prompted a fiery speech by Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), undoes a rule that prevents big banks from relying on the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. to bail them out if things go sour when they trade risky assets.”* The Young Turks hosts Cenk Uygur breaks it down.

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