7 Things We Didn't Write About, but That You Might Want to Comment on, Including How Much Hillary Clinton's Campaign (Allegedly) Pays For Celebrity Endorsement

Plus, the kitchen condiment you can use to clean up tarnished silver.
Publish date:
February 21, 2016
Beyonce, HIllary Clinton, Weekly News Round Up, Donald Trump

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  • To tell each other how we feel about things that are going on in the world .
  • To cover some topics that I regret us not covering on the site already.

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The Clinton campaign paid Katy Perry, via Perry's company, Kitty Purry, Inc., nearly $70,000 in December in what some believe is an endorsement fee. [Gawker]

Police unions are attempting to boycott Beyoncé because they cannot handle her "Formation" video. [Salon]

Harper Lee, Pulitzer Prize winning author of To Kill a Mockingbird, passed away at the age of 89. [CNN]

A judge has ruled that Kesha must remain in her contract with Dr. Luke's label despite allegations of sexual and emotional abuse. [NYDN]

Donald Trump is calling for his supporters to boycott Apple until the company provides the FBI with access to the San Bernardino attackers’ phone. [Buzzfeed]

Instead of buying tarnish remover, try polishing dull silver with ketchup (seriously, there's a video). [Lifehacker]

After publishing an essay that cast Daniel Holtzclaw (a former police office sentenced to 263 years in jail for serial rape) in a positive light, SB Nation is suspending its long-form platform. [Deadspin]

Talk below about these or any other worldly or local or universal items of your choosing! It's all up to you.