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Why America’s Freedom is Truly in Danger on Our Independence Day
“What? The land of the free? Whoever told you that is your enemy.” Just about 30 years ago, a politically charged band named Rage Against the Machine burst onto the scene to warn us about how America is truly not as free as we think. We are controlled by corporations, the wealthy elite, and politicians.
A Moment of Silence
On May 24, 2022, twenty-one people in a small town near El Paso, Texas, lost their lives. Of these, nineteen were elementary school children—too young, one would assume, to have done anything which would have warranted such a violent death.
How Rich Is Former President Donald Trump?
Former President Donald Trump lost roughly $600 million of his net worth during his time in office as President of the United States. He lost another $700 million following the Capital Hill riots and his impeachments after several organizations stopped doing business with Trump or any of his properties.
Maga Country Is Sounding Off From The Horns of Trumpism
Most high ranking Liberal politicians have sabotaged and targeted conservatives who speak out against the Liberal’s corruption. It makes me feel that our freedoms are being swept under a rug while they walk all over it. I used to be a democrat but down thru the years they supported propaganda, fake news, abortions (which is murder), Black Lives Matter (Which I won’t get into right now) & they spied on Trump during his campaign run and his presidency.
The Thrill Is Just About Gone
Tuesday, May 3, was a good day in the Trump amen corner. JD Vance, a first-time Republican candidate for the United States Senate, won a GOP primary victory in Ohio. Vance won with about 32 percent of the vote, topping his closest challenger, Josh Mandel, by about 8 points, and reversing a downward slide in his support.
The Trump presidency is now history. So how will it rank?
In the race to the bottom for the title of worst American president, the same few sorry names appear at the end of almost every list, jockeying for last place. There’s Andrew Johnson, whose abysmal behavior during Reconstruction led to the first presidential impeachment. There’s Warren G. Harding, responsible for the Teapot Dome scandal. There’s hapless, hated Franklin Pierce; doomed, dead-after-32-days William Henry Harrison; and inevitably, James Buchanan, often considered worst of all because of how badly he bungled the lead-up to the Civil War.
Will Donald Trump Escape Justice?
An op ed in the New York Times today summed up the grim mood among Democrats regarding the DOJ’s apparent inaction in pursuing federal investigations into former President Donald Trump, and his coterie of criminals in and outside of government for their various roles in the sustained and ultimately lethal attack on American democracy last year. As federal indictments and prison sentences pile up for rioters, the author of the attack remains untouched. It reeks of politics.
What We Have Learned About the Capitol Riot?
Failure of Capitol Security A day before the Capitol riot on January 6, the FBI warned Capitol Police that extremists were traveling to Washington to commit violence. The FBI asked the Capitol Police to coordinate with them before taking any action. No coordination took place.
According to a new book by Trump's former chief of staff, Trump tested positive for COVID before his debate with Biden.
https://www.digistore24.com/redir/350912/Dishan1990/ The Guardian got a copy of Meadows' memoir, "The Chief's Chief," which will be released next week by conservative publisher All Seasons Press. Trump tested positive on Sept. 26, 2020, three days before the Sept. 29 debate in Cleveland.
A Letter To The Former President
Tonight I sit here the night before Mr. Trump's supposed re-installation on August 13, 2021. A level of disgust proliferates my brain when I think of him. I'm going to give you a journey that helped me see things.
Donald Trump Inspired César Lazcano from ‘Who Killed Sara?’
Chilean writer José Ignácio “Chascas” Valenzuela is the creator and producer of Who Killed Sara? In an exclusive interview with Radio Futuro, El Chascas explains how Donald Trump inspired the binge-worthy Netflix series.
In Anticipation of Trump's Obituary
There’s a reflexive moral convulsion that comes from the prospect of speaking ill of the recently deceased. The memory of the dead is something of a sacrosanctity, that, if impinged upon, affords the transgressor with a degree of social disdain. Hunter S. Thompson did not care for this consequence, however, when he penned his scathing obituary of Richard Nixon in 1994. The late, great American journalist even doubled down in an interview three years later when he exclaimed, “…speak no evil of the dead. Well, why not? What the fuck?”