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A John Farnham soundtrack and a polished advertisement fronted by a young Indigenous boy may be emotive, but they aren’t enough to convince us to vote yes.
Harris signaled the Biden administration is relying on heavily funded ballot measure campaigns in red states to execute its abortion agenda.
‘We Don’t Know’: Expert Tells GOP Rep Defendants Can’t Determine If CCP Funds Litigation That Disadvantages US Nick Pope on September 13, 2023 A legal expert suggested Wednesday that defendants in American court cases are typically unable to determine whether the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) funds plaintiffs as a third-party in U.S. courts to achieve outcomes that serve its own interests. Republican Florida Rep. Byron Donalds asked a panel of experts whether or not they are aware of instances...
Mike Babcock resigned from the Columbus Blue Jackets without having coached a single game. And all because he looked through somebody's phone. There are people, presumably boomers, who think it was an overreaction to essentially fire a head coach just
Things are often not what they seem to be. Or what we are told they are. This verity holds especially true when it comes to wars of empire. The current conflict between Russia and Ukraine is no exception. In fact, it can be quite reasonably argued that this conflict is one of the most misrepresented More
The Pentagon will ramp up efforts to identify service members discharged because of their sexual orientation during the “don’t ask/don’t tell” era, with the goal of helping them correct their military records, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said Wednesday.
Human trafficking in real life isn’t what movies make it out to be. There’s no superhero coming to save the day dramatically. It doesn’t just happen in foreign countries, it happens in the United States. It just doesn’t happen in big cities, it happens in communities like Fort Morgan and Brush, too. Anyone can become […]
It's the 12th anniversary of DADT's repeal. An estimated 33,000 queer service members were discharged under the discriminatory policy.
Democratic Sen. Mark Kelly (Ariz.) has joined some of his congressional colleagues in criticizing the Senate’s new informal dress code. “I don’t like it," Kelly said when asked by CNN anchor Jake Tapper about the updated dress code. “I think it would’ve been better if we had a discussion about it ahead of time.” Senate