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The Scientific Explanation for Donald Trump Controlling Peoples Brains, Didn’t You Know Donald Trump Is ‘The Most Ethical American’, The Case for Abolishing Harvard

What Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin and Viktor Orbán Understand About Your Brain

Why do some people who support Trump also wind up believing conspiracy theories? There’s a scientific explanation for that.

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Trump attorney calls him ‘the most ethical American I know’ in wake of superseding indictment

Alina Habba, an attorney for Donald Trump, praised the former president for being “the most ethical American” she knows after he was hit with fresh superseding charges…

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The Case For Abolishing Harvard

On this episode of The Time of Monsters, Matt Bruenig discusses how elite private schools support plutocracy.

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Adam Schiff Warns Kevin McCarthy On Biden Impeachment

Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) warned Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) that if he opens an impeachment inquiry into Biden, he might not be able to stop it.

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Democratic Caucus chair says shutdown is looming because ‘the far-right is battling the extreme right’

Democratic Caucus Chair, Rep. Pete Aguilar (D-Calif.), said Congress is on a “collision course” towards a government shutdown because of the power dynamics at play…

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Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. Didn’t Used to Be This Way. His Path Is a Warning.

He’s said he was drawn to his conspiracies “reluctantly.” This is how it happened.

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Medvedev Says ‘No Other Option’ But Nuclear War if Ukrainian Counteroffensive Succeeds

The former Russian president and current deputy Security Council chair warned of “global nuclear fire” should Ukraine take back regions illegally annexed by Moscow.

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America’s Military Trails Russia and China in Race for the Melting Arctic

The U.S. is competing with a partnership between the two countries but has fewer icebreakers and ports, and less experience.

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Minor Characters Emerge to Play Key Roles in Trump Documents Case

Carlos De Oliveira and Walt Nauta, who were hired by former President Donald J. Trump despite past troubles, rely on him for their legal fees — and are now his co-defendants.

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Nikki Haley says if Trump accusations are true, it’s “incredibly dangerous to our national security”

Haley wouldn’t say if she trusted the Department of Justice herself, but promised that if she becomes president, she would “clean it up from the top.”

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Trump team creating legal defense fund amid mounting legal fees

The fund is expected to cover the bills of some of Trump’s current and former aides and employees who have been wrapped up in various investigations into the former president.

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Moscow buildings damaged in overnight drone attacks that Russia blames on Kyiv

Officials say one person is injured in the latest in a series of strikes on the Russian capital that Ukraine has not claimed responsibility for.

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Homeless Camps Are Being Cleared in California. What Happens Next?

One of the state’s largest homeless encampments was recently shut down in Oakland, but that didn’t stop the problem of homelessness.

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China’s Great Leap Backward: So much for the next dominant superpower

The Chinese century is over. Facing upside-down demographic and economic trends, China is heading off the cliff.

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4 people were killed in separate aircraft crashes before a major air show in Oshkosh, Wisconsin

Two people died when a North American T-6, a vintage military training craft, crashed around 9 a.m. into Lake Winnebago.

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Are we really debating if we need Red Flag Laws????
by. Domonica Bryan

As our society grapples with the ongoing issue of gun violence, the necessity of red flag laws and the creation of sensible gun laws has become increasingly evident. Red flag laws, also known as extreme risk protection order laws, provide an essential tool for identifying individuals who pose a risk to themselves or others and temporarily restrict their access to firearms. By empowering law enforcement and family members to proactively intervene in situations where someone exhibits warning signs of potential violence, red flag laws can help prevent tragic outcomes.

Furthermore, it is crucial that we create sensible gun laws that balance the fundamental right to bear arms with the imperative to protect public safety. Sensible gun laws should prioritize universal background checks, closing loopholes such as private sales and gun show transactions, and implementing thorough screening processes. These measures aim to ensure that firearms do not fall into the wrong hands and help restrict access from individuals with a history of violence, mental illness, or other risk factors.

By enacting red flag laws and implementing sensible gun laws, we can work towards a society where responsible gun ownership coexists harmoniously with public safety. It is essential that policymakers carefully consider and enact evidence-based strategies to prevent further tragedies. By prioritizing the collective well-being of our communities, we can create a safer environment that upholds individual rights while mitigating the risks associated with gun violence.

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Stop Book Bans


As a lover of literature, the idea of book bans sends a chill down my spine. Unfortunately, this is a reality that many of us have to face, especially in states like Florida, where GOP conservatives have been pushing for book bans in public schools.

The idea of banning books is not only antithetical to the principles of free speech and expression, but it also restricts the ability of students to learn about different perspectives and ideas. By limiting access to certain books, we are essentially limiting the knowledge and critical thinking skills of our future generations.

While some may argue that book bans are necessary to protect children from certain themes or language, the reality is that we cannot shield our children from the world around them. It is important for them to learn about different viewpoints, even if they may not agree with them. This is how we foster empathy and understanding in our communities.

In Florida, there have been attempts to ban books like “To Kill a Mockingbird” and “The Diary of Anne Frank,” both of which are considered classics in American literature. These books offer a valuable perspective on issues like racism and discrimination, and by banning them, we are essentially erasing these important conversations from our classrooms.

As concerned citizens, it is our duty to speak out against book bans and to protect the right to access information and knowledge. We need to ensure that our schools remain a safe space for students to learn and grow, and that means allowing them to read and learn from a variety of sources.

If you are passionate about this issue, I urge you to sign this petition and contact your local representatives to make your voice heard.

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Elizabeth Warren

Candidate for Massachusetts, US Senate, 2024


As Elizabeth Warren gears up for her re-election campaign in 2024, supporters are already buzzing with excitement. Warren, who has served as the senior United States Senator from Massachusetts since 2013, has been a vocal champion for progressive policies and economic reform. Her passionate advocacy for consumer protection and financial regulation has earned her a reputation as a fierce advocate for working families.

Warren’s tenure in the Senate has been marked by her tireless work on behalf of her constituents. She has been a strong voice for healthcare reform, environmental protection, and economic justice. Her outspoken criticism of Wall Street and big banks has made her a target for conservatives, but she has never backed down from a fight.

As a former law professor and expert in bankruptcy law, Warren has a deep understanding of the economic challenges facing middle-class families. She has been a leading voice in the fight for student loan reform, and has championed legislation to make college more affordable for all Americans.

In Congress, Warren has been a leader on progressive issues, including gun control, reproductive rights, and immigration reform. She has also been a vocal opponent of the Trump administration’s efforts to undermine healthcare access, environmental protections, and civil rights.

With her fierce commitment to progressive values and her deep understanding of the issues facing working families, Warren is the clear choice for re-election in 2024.

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