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Apr 13 2021
Last week, we said something on television that the usual chorus of hyperaggressive liars is now pretending was somehow highly controversial. Ordinarily, we'd ignore all of this. Once you've been denounced as a White supremacist for quoting Martin Luther King Jr., you realize such criticism is all just all another form of social control. Honestly, who cares what they think?
But in thisTucker Carlson
Sep 14 2023
After many trials and tribulations the Lady Wolverines jump into a new volleyball season, this time however with a new head coach. Nadine Varsovia has stepped down after 4 years of being head coach, with new coach Willie Blackmon stepping into her shoes. Blackmon helped out as an assistant coach for the Wolverines last season, this year, however, he is now ready to take the reigns and handleThe Journal of the San Juan Islands
Sep 29 2023
President Joe Biden placed a big bet that he could sell an improving economy under the banner of “Bidenomics.”
Three months later, some allied Democrats fear he’s made a serious misstep.
Several top Biden allies have privately raised concerns about the phrase to the White House, according to two people familiar with the backchanneling.
And Rep. Steven Horsford, who chairsPolitico
Sep 28 2023
JAMESTOWN, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – The Jamestown Police Department is warning residents of a new high-risk registered sex offender that has moved within the city of Jamestown. 39-year-old Anthony Allen Rolland currently resides in the parking lot of the Buffalo Motel at 1530 6th Avenue SW, in a silver Dodge Durango. He is a 6′, 350-pound American Indian male with brown hair and brown eyes. HeNews Dakota
Sep 16 2023
The United Auto Workers made history this week by going on strike at all three of Detroit’s big automakers simultaneously for the first time. But autoworkers have been striking for nearly a century at Ford, General Motors and Jeep parent company Stellantis. For years, autoworker unions targeted strikes at one company to leverage contracts at another. The strikes influenced labor rights acrossWashington Post
Sep 26 2023
The Patriots signed quarterback Will Grier off the Bengals’ practice squad three days before their win last weekend over the Jets. But they likely did so with this Sunday’s game in mind. Grier, who spent most of the past two seasons in Dallas, has his ex-Cowboy teammates and coaches on edge this week. Dallas offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer told reporters Tuesday his offense wouldBoston Herald
Sep 26 2023
The Patriots signed quarterback Will Grier off the Bengals’ practice squad three days before their win last weekend over the Jets. But they likely did so with this Sunday’s game in mind. Grier, who spent most of the past two seasons in Dallas, has his ex-Cowboy teammates and coaches on edge this week. Dallas offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer told reporters Tuesday his offense wouldHartford Courant
Sep 26 2023
Nitin Rakesh is the CEO and Managing Director of Mphasis and coauthor of the award-winning book "Transformation in Times of Crisis." Climate change is no longer a distant threat on the horizon; it is here and happening now. According to the World Meteorological Organization, "There is a 66% likelihood that the annual average near-surface global temperature between 2023 and 2027 willForbes
Sep 06 2023
Written by Kyle Simpson, Associate Deputy Secretary of Energy in the Clinton Administration, and Brett Loyd, former RNC Polling Director and current President of the nonpartisan Bullfinch Group. While a political mismatch, they've found that more brings them together than separates them. Now long-time friends, they have traveled the world together, enjoying the old-school art of disagreeingMultiple Writers - Mixed