National

02 Mar 2021

Biden Saves Summer With Major Vaccine Announcement

President Joe Biden came out swinging on the vaccine front Tuesday with an announcement that he’s invoking the Defense Production Act to ramp up dose manufacturing with a goal of having enough supply to vaccinate all U.S. adults by the end of May. If all goes as planned, life could

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18 Feb 2021

While Millions of Texans Freeze, Ted Cruz Goes on Cancun Vacation

As 3 million Texans shivered in the dark, with no heat or clean water during the state’s worst freeze and power outage in history, their Senator Ted Cruz took off to Cancun with his family.  People who saw him at the airport and on their plane couldn’t believe it.

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16 Feb 2021

NAACP Lawsuit Ties Trump and Giuliani to Proud Boys and Oath Keepers in Capitol Attack

Former President Donald Trump escaped Senate conviction last week, but he may not be so lucky in a real court of law. A lawsuit filed Tuesday by the NAACP will be the first to test that theory. Joined by Mississippi Rep. Bennie Thompson and civil rights law firm Cohen Milstein

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12 Feb 2021

Yes, Big Tech is Too Powerful AND De-Platforming Trump Was Still the Right Move

For the past month, people of the world have woken up every day, slapped their fingers onto their smartphones to silence their morning alarms, unlocked their devices, and scrolled through their social media feeds. And what has been missing the entire time? A single word from former President Donald Trump.

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11 Feb 2021

Gina Carano Finally Fired for Anti-masker & Holocaust Post

It is hard enough in Hollywood to be a vocal Trump supporter or a Christian, but when you add ‘Anti-masker’ and ‘Anti-Trans’ to the equation, you really do become a ‘rebel’ in your industry.  Star Wars The Madalorian star Gina Carano, was officially fired by Disney, after yet another controversial

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09 Feb 2021

Trump Team Resorts to Threats in Impeachment Defense

“Remember this day forever!” The Senate convened Tuesday to try former President Donald Trump for his incitement of a violent insurrection that ultimately resulted in seven deaths, countless injuries and devastating damage to the U.S. Capitol, both to the building and democratic principles it was built to uphold.  Neither side

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02 Feb 2021

Secretary Mayor Pete Makes History, But Can He Do the Job?

Like him or hate him, there’s no denying that Pete Buttigieg has shaken the norms in the political sphere. His path from reelection as an openly gay mayor in the midwest to his historic cabinet confirmation has served as a feel-good story we didn’t know we needed. But we’ll need

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29 Jan 2021

When Anarchist Punks Become Nazis

Racist punks are supposed to look a certain way. They wear boots and braces. They shave their heads. They live in other cities. In other scenes. In other decades. Except sometimes they don’t. Sometimes they’re in your band. In the aftermath of the capitol insurrection, concerned citizens have started identifying

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