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IN THE NEWS: GOP visits border, criticizes Biden policies The takeaway: Trump is a fascist shithead. He stokes people to support in his agenda --which consists largely in massive tax giveaways to the rich, and cutting regulations that make it easier for companies to profit while harming human life and the environment (not to mention … Continue reading Republicans are Storming the Border to Highlight Issue that Resonates with Trump Base, Propose Some Kind of ‘Solution’, Perhaps, a Final Solution?
Trend Arises of Parents Telling Kids "Do Your Studies, Now, Child! There are Citizens in Myanmar Whose Leaders Don't Give them Respect As Smart Enough to Self-Direct Their Destiny Through Democratic Govt and Need to Be Slaughtered and You Want to Be a Good Prole So Elites Respect You, Don't You, Kiddo?" People somewhere in … Continue reading The Myanmar Military & Tough Love – Why Sometimes Being an Authority Means Killing People’s Dreams. And Also, People.
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The U.S. Military's back streaming their ESports team on Twitch, after a kerfuffle involving banning players for asking questions about war crimes. A judge ruled they had to allow the players back onto chat, unbanning the accounts they banned. Now there are a LOT of users asking questions about war crimes and criticizing the military. … Continue reading The Greatest Generation Tells the Military to Go Fuck Itself
READ THE FULL STORY A decision handed down by a judge in an issue with an official army E-sports team attempting to recruit on twitch, which had banned users for asking anti-military questions, has set a precedent that may have implications for other cases, such as Unblock Me v. U Coward.