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"Finally, history has shown that all opposition to entrenched oligarchy arises from the middle classes, who have the surplus of funds needed to challenge the ruling classes. Communism survived for as long as it did because their system designed the middle class out of existence at the very start. The New World Order will have to, indeed already is, following the same model. If the general population only has enough to pay for the next day's rent and food, they will do as they are told." -- Michael Rivero
Living under white supremacy is a never-ending struggle.
This is the "democracy" we're defending in Ukraine.
US officials are openly admitting America is running Ukraine's war with Russia.
Senator Lindsey Graham visited Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Friday in Kiev to celebrate Russians dying as "the best money we've ever spent."
For the second day in a row, and the 12th time since April 27, a horse is dead at Churchill Downs in Louisville.
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The New York man charged with murder after allegedly shooting and killing a 20-year-old woman because the driver of the car she was riding in pulled up to the wrong address, claimed that hunters were responsible for the shooting.
Denise Austin has been doing 30-minute wo
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The hamburger has become one of America’s favorite bites. Between quickly made fast food burgers, those made at home and at local burger joints, Americans consume nearly 50 billion burgers per year, according to PBS. The food item commonly served with fries on the side has become so popular that May 28 has become National Hamburger Day.
Jordan Neely's family will file a wrongful death lawsuit against Daniel Penny, who is accused of fatally choking a homeless man on a New York City train on May 1.
The Pittsburgh Steelers selected running back Le'Veon Bell in the second round of the 2013 draft.
He had a prolific five-year career in Pittsburgh before the Steelers and Bell reached an impasse during contract negotiations. Bell held out during the 2017 offseason before eventually playing under the franchise tag that year.
Fleet Week 2023 is on a roll in New York City, kicking off with the impressive arrival of the naval warship USS Wasp.
Nearly two dozen Republican-led states have backed Florida’s legal challenge to a Biden administration policy that allowed for the release of migrants into the U.S. interior without court dates -- but was blocked just hours before the expiration of the Title 42 public health order.
A bear that injured two children in an attack last week in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, was caught and euthanized, according to officials.
Police in Ontario, Canada were involved in a negotiation with a landlord who allegedly shot and killed two of his tenants following a landlord-tenant dispute then barricaded himself indoors for hours.
A pair of retired U.S. Navy SEALs-turned-businessmen are on a mission to bring back American exceptionalism before it becomes a society of mediocrity while honoring fallen service members.
Ten puppies are looking for their forever home after being dumped on the side of the road in Georgia.
According to a Facebook post by the Burke County Animal Services, the adorable puppies were left on the side of the road on Wednesday, May 24.
New Mexico State Police confirmed they are investigating a shooting Saturday evening in Red River, New Mexico, northeast of Albuquerque.
The Texas House of Representatives voted Saturday to impeach Republican Attorney General Ken Paxton over charges of bribery, disregard of official duties and abuse of public trust after hours of debate in an afternoon session -- sending the case to the state Senate.