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Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Sisters offended by ‘41’ billboard

On Aug. 19, the Fond du Lac Reporter published an article about a billboard that appears along Interstate 41 in Oshkosh noting that the content of the sign is unusual for this stretch of highway. The billboard depicts Mount Rushmore, but not with images of our founding fathers. Instead, Mao Zedong, Adolph Hitler and Joseph Stalin are portrayed next to President Barack Obama. The tagline reads, “My real father’s dream. Search it” and invites passersby to visit the website InfoWars.com. Read more.

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