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Friday Wrap: A Bollywood Gay Rights Music Video, Ann Coulter Backlash, and More...

by: Burnt Orange Report

Fri May 16, 2014 at 04:30 PM CDT

It's Friday! Time for your Burnt Orange Reporters to close some browser tabs and touch on the issues of the week.

First up this week, a fascinating Slate.com map shows a state-by-state breakdown of the most popular languages in the US, other than Spanish and English. Texas's third most common language is Vietnamese!

Below the jump, Macaulay Culkin wears an important t-shirt, a gun store owner in Katy puts up an offensive sign, and more...

Wait, what?!

-Katherine Haenschen


The GOP hispanic outreach is in full effect in Katy where a gun store owner changed his sign to read, "I like my guns like Obama likes his voters: undocumented." Instead of condemning it, it is being passed around GOP blogs and was promoted by Rush Limbaugh on Facebook.

-Joe Deshotel


The United Nations Free & Equal campaign released the first ever Bollywood music video in support of gay rights, and it's just as colorful, heartwarming, and catchy as you'd expect.

-Katie Singh


Ann Coulter thought it would be cute to make fun of the #bringbackourgirls hashtag calling for the return of hundreds of kidnapped Nigerian girls -- the internet didn't think so...

-Joe Deshotel

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