Nick Kangadis
Asst. Managing Editor/Blogger/On-Air Talent

Nick Kangadis is an alumnus of the University of Arizona - Global Campus, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude in Journalism & Mass Communications and minored in Political Science. He is currently the Assistant Managing Editor for MRCTV and MRC Culture.

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Nick Kangadis | January 28, 2016
(Image: Reuters/Jacky Naegelen) Police in France have arrested a man at Disneyland Paris said to be holding two guns and a copy of the Quran. The man, 28 (reportedly) and of European origin, was also said to have a box of ammunition on his person. He had a bag that allegedly triggered alarms at the entrance of the New York Hotel at the Disney theme park. The girlfriend of the apprehended…
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Nick Kangadis | January 28, 2016
Last month, a town hall was held in Brentwood, Tenn., to discuss Islam in schools. The crowded town hall was filled with concerned parents questioning the motives of the seventh grade textbook in question. Complaints ranged from the textbook's clear bias toward Islam to possible “indoctrination” of the impressionable minds of young students. Some parents also complained about “supplementary…
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Nick Kangadis | January 27, 2016
(Image: Getty Images) As most everyone knows by now, GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump said that he will not attend the Fox News/Google Republican debate on Thursday because Megyn Kelly will be the moderator. But back in December of 2011, Trump did an interview with Kelly in which he slammed Republican candidates for not wanting to attend a debate he tried to set up with Newsmax.…
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Nick Kangadis | January 27, 2016
Have you ever found it difficult to find the perfect restaurant for dinner reservations on Valentine’s Day? Fret no more! Waffle House has announced that it will be accepting reservations for “candlelit romantic dinners” on Valentine’s Day. The Georgia-based chain said that they wanted to provide a “low-cost alternative” to restaurants that jack up their prices during one of the busiest days…
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Nick Kangadis | January 27, 2016
(Image: Getty Images) Late Tuesday night, talk radio host and TheBlaze founder Glenn Beck wrote a scathing diatribe on Facebook about Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's statement that he will skip Thursday night’s Fox News/Google GOP debate. In the rant on Trump, Beck stated that he does not believe that Trump will miss the debate. He also made a veiled reference to Trump being…
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Nick Kangadis | January 26, 2016
(Image: Headline Politics) President Obama announced on Monday a ban on solitary confinement for juvenile offenders in the federal prison system. He is also contemplating banning or severely restricting its use in general. Instead of getting legislation passed through Congress, Obama will use his “phone and pen” to outline a series of executive actions against the practice. The president…
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Nick Kangadis | January 26, 2016
Update (1:45 PM EST): Navy Capt. Curt Jones said that investigators have found "absolutely nothing" that would confirm a report that shots were fired in the basement of the Naval Medical Center in San Diego. Update (12:15 PM EST): Naval Medical Center spokesman Mike Alvarez released this statement: "We're not taking any chances and are executing procedures we've been trained for in this kind…
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Nick Kangadis | January 26, 2016
(Image: Zealot via Twitter) In a story that is just too funny not to write about, a Florida man who quit his job at Burger King decided to steal all of the chicken nuggets in the store. After securely fastening the nuggets' seatbelt for the ride home, the man then posted photo proof of his exploits on Twitter under the name "Zealot."   TODAY WAS MY LAST DAY WORKING AT BURGER KING SO I…
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Nick Kangadis | January 25, 2016
(Image: WOWT 6 News) Iraq War veteran and wounded warrior Justin Anderson just wants to give back to his community. An amputee with only one leg, the disabled vet fitted his all-terrain wheelchair with a sidewalk-sized snow plow on the front, and goes up and down his neighborhood in Omaha, Neb., whenever there is snowfall, clearing the sidewalk for his neighbors. After numerous complaints…
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Nick Kangadis | January 25, 2016
In an attempt to cross the Antarctic unaided, British explorer Henry Worsley has died. The 55-year-old called for help just 30 miles short of completing the trek. He had already traveled 913 miles across the South Pole, but struggled with a bacterial infection and dehydration. With the expedition coming to an end, Worsley sent out one last message: The 71 days alone on the Antarctic with…