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Jun 22 2016
The EU isn't snookering Britain. Britain is hoodwinking the EU.
On Thursday, the citizens of the United Kingdom will decide whether to sever ties with the European Union. It's a tangled drama unfolding on the world stage, touching upon populism, national identity, xenophobia, and the relationship between everyday working people and the elites running the world's increasingly massive and complicated institutions. (Read our helpful Brexit explainer here.)The Week - News
Jan 19 2023
‘Complete chaos’: Massachusetts boy reeled in a great white shark while fishing off the Florida coast - The Boston Globe
“A whole lot more than him,” joked his mom, Colleen Keenan, 44, who was with Campbell. But that’s small fry in comparison to the catch the 12-year-old made off the south coast of Florida on Tuesday afternoon: a great white shark estimated at 11 feet long and at least 400 pounds. Until this week, the biggest fish that young Campbell Keenan had reeled in was a glistening striper measured at 25The Boston Globe
Oct 29 2022
Russia Alleges Britain’s Royal Navy Blew Up Nord Stream Gas Pipelines
Britain’s Royal Navy helped to execute the “terrorist attack” which damaged the Nord Stream gas pipelines from Russia to the European Union, the Russian defence ministry has alleged.
The Russian ministry levelled the allegation at Britain’s senior military service in a news bulletin centred primarily on what they claimed was an attempted “terrorist attack against the ships of the BlackBreitbart News
Jan 06 2023
Things are going great! Republicans walk out en masse on Florida man Gaetz during speech
The House of Representatives still does not have a speaker. The 20 or so Freedom Caucus members holding up the proceedings realize that they, like the Republican Party itself, don’t believe in majority rule. The fact that the Republican establishment has kowtowed to them for the past decade or more has only emboldened their position. Of course, that doesn’t mean that the craven establishmentDaily Kos
Sep 14 2022
How King Charles Can Deal With Britain’s Racist, Colonial Legacy
It’s time to run the jewels.
That was my first thought after I visited the British Museum, home to an astounding collection of “stolen goods”—brilliant cultural artifacts plundered from former colonies of the British empire. That thought returned last week after I learned of the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, may she rest in peace.Daily Beast
Mar 25 2023
Shootout win lifts Austin Bruins to first NAHL Central Division championship in 8 years
AUSTIN — Jack Malinski and Walter Zacher were here two years ago, standing on the Riverside Arena ice as the Austin Bruins season came to a painful end. The Bruins finished one victory shy of a North American Hockey League Central Division playoff spot in that 2020-21 season, a season that started late and ran into mid-May due to the COVID-19 pandemic. “Two years ago we had a great team, itPost-Bulletin
Mar 28 2023
This sure sounded like Matt LaFleur’s Packers goodbye to Aaron Rodgers
PHOENIX — Packers coach Matt LaFleur sounded like a man saying goodbye on Tuesday. LaFleur addressed the possible trade of Aaron Rodgers to the Jets at the league meetings here. He did not get into specifics but made it clear that the team is transitioning from Rodgers to Jordan Love, even if a trade has yet to be agreed to. “First of all, I’ve got nothing but love and appreciation for whatNew York Post (News)
Mar 28 2023
Former Vikings tight end Irv Smith Jr. heads to Cincinnati Bengals
The Minnesota Vikings had visions of Irv Smith Jr. becoming the next great tight end to replace Kyle Rudolph, and wear the jersey previously donned by Hall of Fame receiver Randy Moss. Smith’s time with the Vikings is over after three seasons, and just 37 career games. The 2019 second round pick out of Alabama is reportedly headed to the Cincinnati Bengals on a one-year contract. He became aFox9
Mar 28 2023
Packers’ Matt LaFleur offers another sign that Aaron Rodgers is headed to Jets
PHOENIX – Tuesday brought the latest sign that Aaron Rodgers is headed for the Jets as Packers coach Mike LaFleur bid a public farewell to the legendary quarterback for the first time. And unlike Packers GM Brian Gutekunst, LaFleur wanted to remember the good times. “First of all, I’ve got nothing but love and appreciation for everything Aaron has done for our organization,” LaFleur saidnj.com
Mar 28 2023
No. 5 Virginia baseball team cruises past Old Dominion
He didn’t want to wait around for Old Dominion’s freshly-summoned reliever to settle in. So, Virginia’s Ethan O’Donnell took the advice he was given and attacked the first pitch he saw from Monarchs right-hander Landen Burch. “That was plan,” O’Donnell said. “This coaching staff here does a phenomenal job of putting us in the best position to have success and [assistant coach Matt] Kirby doesDaily Progress