Did Biden Just Paint Himself into a Corner?

Did Biden Just Paint Himself into a Corner?

Now that the confetti has fallen to the floor, tune in for what's next with odd couple Kamala and Joe.Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden (R) and his running mate Sen....
Trump expands racist travel ban to 6 additional countries / Boing Boing

Trump asked for mail-in ballot for Florida’s Tuesday primary election, he and Melania to...

President Donald Trump requested a mail-in ballot for Florida's Tuesday primary election, despite weeks of spewing hot lying garbage all over the place about how voting by mail means cats and dogs and...
Democrats have nothing to fear, but themselves – Foreign Policy News

Democrats have nothing to fear, but themselves – Foreign Policy News

When Mr. Trump completed his hostile takeover of the Republican Party and claimed the 2016 nomination, it became Mrs. Clinton’s election to lose. Her senior aides had secretly been hoping she would face...
cc Flickr US Army Africa, modified, https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/, .S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class Brock Jones, 128th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment, Utah Army National Guard Atlas Drop 2011 officially began with a morning ceremony at the Soroti Airfield in Eastern Uganda, April 13. Atlas Drop 11, an annual joint aerial-delivery exercise sponsored by U.S. Army Africa (USARAF), brings together U.S. service members with counterparts from the Ugandan People’s Defense Forces (UPDF), and is designed to enhance the readiness of both countries’ resupply and logistical capabilities. The two-week training will consist of classroom instruction and a field training exercise. Atlas Drop 11 will increase the capability of both UPDF and U.S. forces to resupply Soldiers operating in remote areas. Local civic leaders and dignitaries, UPDF leadership, and the Ugandan and U.S. forces involved in the exercise gathered on the airfield tarmac to commemorate the exercise

While Washington Sleeps, China Continues to Make Inroads in Africa

Justice Potter Stewart stated in his concurring opinion for the 1964 Jacobellis v. Ohio case: “I know it when I see it.” This is the same sentiment one gets when observing the domination...
What You Need To Know About Today’s Elections In Minnesota And Georgia

What You Need To Know About Today’s Elections In Minnesota And Georgia

Believe it or not, the 2020 Democratic presidential primary is still going on — but it comes to an end today. Connecticut’s presidential primary is the last of the cycle, and the fact...
Today Was Another Concerning, Crazy Day In Trump Land. Instead Of Focusing On The Pandemic, Trump Spent Time Questioning Joe Biden’s Mental Acuity, Proclaimed Biden Will Take Away 2nd Amendment Rights, And Wants To “Hurt The Bible And Hurt God.” He Was Sweating And Ranting Like A Maniac. His Bizarre Performance Set Off A Media Blitz Of Videos Showing How Often He Struggles With Pronouncing Words And Presenting Thoughts In A Coherent Manner. Trump Projects His Own Deficits And Crimes Onto Others.

Today Was Another Concerning, Crazy Day In Trump Land. Instead Of Focusing On The...

Tonight on CNN, anchor Chris Cuomo discussed Trump’s attack on Biden’s mental acuity from the perspective that his rambling attacks may not be purely political but instead could be a sign he is...
As Tensions Rise With Russia, Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko Faces His Greatest Political Challenge Yet

As Tensions Rise With Russia, Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko Faces His Greatest Political Challenge...

Elections are a predictable affair in the country often called Europe’s last dictatorship: There will be few surprises when Aleksandr Lukashenko is reelected to his sixth consecutive term as president of Belarus on...
Forget about masks: the real covid culture war has only just begun

the real covid culture war has only just begun

By Jonathan LisThe box-office coronavirus culture war already seems to have faltered. People still grumble about their...
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