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Bannon and the National Security Council’s Secret “Kill List”

While the United States and the world was in an uproar over Donald Trump’s executive order (EO) on immigration that even conservative sources view as unconstitutional and illegal, Trump reorganized …

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#ClimateFacts Tweetstorm at POTUS Jan. 26, Noon Eastern Time

The Trump administration and some members of Congress are intent on misinforming the public on climate change and acting on these lies in a storm of decisions that will damage …

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This.

Things are scary in the USA right now and it’s easy to get overwhelmed by the constant barrage of executive orders and new laws soon to be affecting human rights …

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A Russian Journalist writes “A message to my doomed colleagues in the American media”

The following article is by Alexey Kovalev, a Russian journo who generously states in a postscript that he allows this to be reposted and shared. We feel it’s important and …

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What happened to these Indigenous women and girls?

It was the data that got me. Not just the number of data points, but the shape of the data. The shape reminded me of a Holter monitor recording of a …

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A Runoff Election in Louisiana Could Help Democrats Senate Situation

There is currently a Senate runoff election happening in Louisiana which, if won by Democrat Foster Campbell, would narrow the partisan split to 51-49. It’s a long shot, but a really important …

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Protest Art: No More Chances Organize Fight Back

This art was originally created for my Patreon supporters but I feel it’s a perfect companion piece to Courtney’s post, You’ve Had a Week to Mourn. Now What? So I …

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You’ve Had a Week to Mourn. Now What?

Last week, our country elected an orange spray-painted rubber tire as leader of the free world. Since that time, there have been tears, there have been protests, and – since …

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