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Putin the Punk: Russian war criminal taunts the West “We will not be isolated”

Vladamir Putin is making headlines again. According to Reuters, Putin has made a series of new comments amid reports that his criminal band of soldiers have begun moving eastward in Ukraine. It does appear that these soldiers have their sights set on the Donbas region of the country. "The sanctions were total, the isolation was complete but the Soviet Union was still first in space," Putin said. "We don't intend to be isolated," he added.  "It is impossible to severely isolate anyone in the modern world—especially such a vast country as Russia." he continued per the US network.
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Stealthing is now illegal in California, as states gear up to *finally* mark heinous act against the law

Stealthing is often defined as intentionally removing a condom without the consent of another (simply typing the word in on sites like Pornhub will return a bevvy of shocking results.) The act has been around for a while though many places and countries widely consider the act to be rape whilst no state in the U.S until now has criminalized such actions. This week CA Governor Newsom announced that legislation has officially been signed which now makes the act sexual battery. It is a first for the United States considering according to past Pornhub statistics the term was once most popular in America. Advocates for the legislation have long called the act rape-adjacent (hint: it most definitely is and it isn't just women who experience such.) CA hopes that other states will fol...
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America is flirting with the idea of taxing you per mile when you drive your car

Tucked deep within the massive infrastructure bill laid out today in Washington is a point some may have missed. According to the pages of the legislation, a $125M pilot program essentially meant to tax Americans per mile driven made its way into the bill. This means that transpo secretary Pete Buttieg now has the ability to aware grants and monies to entities that help create the programs. Drivers in all 50 states including the likes of Puerto Rico and so on would be lawfully required to be registered in the program per text from the bill. Buttieg notably claimed in March that such would not happen although it appears the administration has gone back on its word. The present bill in its trillion dollar capacity is headed to the House of Representatives for a full vote.
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Joe Biden may have used a secret email server drawing comparisons to Hilary Clinton’s e-mail scandal

President Biden according to the very documents leaked from his son’s laptop appears to be email savvy. According to multiple reports, Hunter Biden’s laptop this week exposed the use a private server on behalf of the now President. Of course the revelations have sent right wing America into a tizzy considering this has happened before. If it sounds familiar that is because Hilary Clinton used a private email server at one point sparking the now infamous scandal that followed. Some of the names used on the server both fictitious and real included: Robin, Robert and JRB. It is the latest in a string of revelations to emerge from Biden’s laptop that mysteriously turned up at a laptop repair store. An incident that still has never quite been solved. The occurrences reported...
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Israel attacked the press in its war against Hamas, it might not go over so well because that’s a crime

The Israeli military might’ve made a mistake in attacking a high rise building housing members of the press; Al Jazeera, and the U.S owned Associated Press. As the weekend kicked off, rockets were announced in the area that confirmed the building was under attack. It took all of a few minutes for the long standing half commercial half residential building to come down. International condemnation soon followed. In most countries, attacking members of the press or protected individuals is largely frowned upon. Though in the political climate we now live in — it is unclear if the U.S or Qatar intend to respond to the attacks on the building. The AP reports that they narrowly avoided a major loss of life. An hour before the reported attack the Israeli military phoned to confir...
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Oklahoma sports broadcaster calls girls sports team the N-word, blames it on diabetes

You can't make this up. A sports commentator in Oklahoma is catching some serious flack after apparently being caught on a hot-mic making racist comments about a girls basketball team. The Washington Post reports that said commentator has in turn blamed his racism on his diabetes. Matt Rowan apparently referred to Norman High School players as the ("n-word") before going on a further profanity laced rant after they kneeled during the same. “I hope Norman gets their ass kicked,” per the Tahlequah Daily Press. In a broadcasted  statement, Rowan admits making “statements that cannot be taken back,” saying: “I am a family man. I am married, have two children and at one time was a youth pastor.” He denies being a racist, adding “I will state that I suffer from Type 1 diabetes an...
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The woman who went viral for putting #GorillaGlue in her hair has gone to the hospital

Please let this be a warning to others that you should always double check the label before you put something on your persons or in your hair. A Louisiana woman learned the hard way this week after she quite literally gave herself a head full of Gorilla Glue. https://twitter.com/TessicaBrown/status/1358531957727129600 “Look: My hair, it don’t move. You hear what I’m telling you? It don’t move,” she said in the original video. “I’ve washed my hair 15 times and it don’t move.” Tessica Brown said in the now infamous video.
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Guest Post: How I learned to have confidence in the face of a mentally-damaging pandemic

The pandemic like for most people has also been dramatically damaging to my own mental health; well being, and truly just the fact that I miss my friends and their families whom are stuck or locked down themselves. In the face of the pandemic, I’ve learned so much about myself and the fact that I now have mental health issues that I was not nor had I ever thought I would ever have. Living in a pandemic has induced a sense of irrevresible anxiety at almost every step that I take. Some people argue that such could be brought on by the politics of it, but, I’d rather argue that it is largely brought on by people who don’t believe it is real and those who don’t care if they pass it on to you. I’ve learned to be confident in the face of this by simply standing my ground in the face ...
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A former USPS employee has plead guilty to stealing gift cards and such from inside people’s mail

A stunning story addding to many of the reasons why people don’t often trust the USPS anymore. According to an indictment seen by Daily News America, one Markeyta McAllister, 30 is facing some serious prison time after having spent several years stealing things from inside people’s mail. A feat she managed to do from 2014 through 2019. "While most U.S. Postal Service employees serve Americans with integrity and honesty – McAllister did not," said U.S. Attorney Byung J. 'BJay' Pak. "By opening peoples' mail to steal money and gift cards, McAllister betrayed both the citizens she supposedly served and the reputation of her fellow employees." Prosecutors allege that she did such on her route in Dulutha GA and then would often go use the gift cards and such at store like Kroger and Wa...
Amazon Driver:  I promise I wasn’t stealing packages, I was pooping in the woods
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Amazon Driver: I promise I wasn’t stealing packages, I was pooping in the woods

Let this be a lesson to anyone who wants to think they can get away with stealing people’s packages because they’re a delivery driver. According to cops in N.J, a local delivery driver for the company has been arrested this weekend (and since released) after having been caught by authorities tossing packages into a wooded area. Desmond Gould allegedly claimed to the cop that caught him that he was pooping in the woods but the cop had already noticed packages being thrown before Gould was actually approached. Cops later found out that Gould was dumping packages into the wooded area with the hope of returning later after his shift to retrieve them. He attempted to steal upwards of $288 worth of packages. An Amazon rep confirmed that Gould has since been let go — although this sho...
Casey Goodson Jr, 23, an unarmed Black man in Columbus was gunned down by police
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Casey Goodson Jr, 23, an unarmed Black man in Columbus was gunned down by police

Yet another unarmed innocent Black man has died at the hands of police. According to reports, police in suburban Ohio are making headlines this week as it has emerged that they killed Casey Goodson Jr, 23, who they falsely claimed was waving a gun when he was actually returning from the dentist carrying a sandwhich. The shooter has been identified as Columbus officer Jason Meade, a reported 17 year veteran of the local police department. An investigation is underway, however, U.S Marshal ‘s and officers are attempting to claim it was justified. Goodson was apparently falsely mistaken for a suspect they were working for even so the U.S Marshal Service subsequently confirmed that Columbus police should not have killed Goodson. Officials noted on Tuesday that Goodson was not...
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Britain has a problem that is straight out of an action movie

An action movie where one Vin Diesel is likely starring. According to media reports in Britain, police are struggling to contain an apparent ring of thieves that are and we mean this literally robbing delivery trucks as they’re driving along the highway. Local police note that there have been 27 brazen daylight highway robberies since September — all of which involve people jumping onto moving trucks. Police say that robbers are jumping from the roof of their cars (after they box the truck in) and into the back of the delivery truck after they bust it open. They’re apparently after everything from cell phones to Ps5’s and more. Police in Britain are unaware of who is behind the attacks, but, do suspect that it may be an insider.
Morning Mix: Marijuana might be decriminalized; Guiliani ‘s brazen lie, and more
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Morning Mix: Marijuana might be decriminalized; Guiliani ‘s brazen lie, and more

It's time for your morning mix. Grab your coffee; and your cat and settle in. In this edition of Morning Mix there might be some things that might not be suitable for all audiences due to their violent nature. This edition of Morning Mix is brought to you by Skye PR & Media. The U.S House of Representatives has made a bold move likely to spark much interest from others. Yesterday, the House passed a bill that would (and we mean this literally) decriminalise marijuana on a federal level for good. The bill would also expunge records for those who have been arrested for such charges. This is one of many reasons why the fight for the Senate is absolutely of the utmost importance. With a majority in the Senate, the Democrats could pass the bill leading to life-changin...
Alexis Sharkey ‘s creepy husband is pictured as new details emerge in her shocking death
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Alexis Sharkey ‘s creepy husband is pictured as new details emerge in her shocking death

The man reported to have been married to Alexis Sharkey in the days leading up to her death has now been pictured. According to local news reports in Houston, “Tom” is pictured in the picture featured below with Alexis. Alexis ‘s friends have since gave interviews citing that on a recent trip to Mexico she had declared that she was a bit uneasy and concerned for her safety back home. She turneed up dead a while later. Her friends Lauren Breaux, Ally Cale, and Courtney Ehninger on Wednesday told ABC17 : 'She had no demons. She didn't have demons and I know that is what people are speculating and that's not what it was. 'She was literally one of the people that I think had the most life in her' Source: IG/ Tom and Alexis Sharkey. Tom is the estranged husband of Alexis whom h...
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Good Dollar and the ambitious quest that launched a Universal Basic Income to the world

Alright hang in there guys and gals —- we’re going to get pretty informative in this article. For starters, we’re going to introduce what’s called the (“Blockchain” and (“Cryptocurrency”.) We pooled some of you in a user poll and found that allot of you have a little misunderstanding of those two things in fact are. We’re mentioning them because they go hand in hand with a blockchain service called Good Dollar — that on a daily basis does exactly what one would assume by the name. But back to the important thing. The Blockchain is a digital area of the (“world”) if you will where people trade; sell, and buy what is known as cryptocurrency. Think of it like the currency you’d find in one of your favourite games or the (“coins”) except in real life. Cryptocurrency is growing in pop...
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Why you won’t ever see big ticket corporate stuff on our newspapers

Despite consistent efforts —- we have no interest in corporate showoffs. Over the years (at the UK version anyway) and now the American version there have been quite a few attempts to have major corporate intervention. We’re not interested. We do just fine with our advertising budget; occasional sponsored advertising, and rather large viewership from our fairly loyal returning readers. As writers; bloggers, and journalists we’ve made it our mission never to insult our readers by adding in much of anything to do with the corporate world. In fact, we aren’t owned by a corporation at all. We’re owned by a private family who has no links to the corporate world or anything of the kind. While the same cannot be said for the UK version of this newspaper —- we’re happiest where we are....
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A man has been sentenced to 25 years in prison for torching Black churches

A year or so ago, three La. based churches that stretch back in history clear to the reconstruction era —- were abruptly torched and burnt down. And now in what DOJ officials call justice for (“acts of hate”) — a 23-year-old white male has been sentenced for those fires. Officials say that Holden Matthews, 23, will spend the next 25 years of his life behind bars for the arson case(s). The churches have been identified as:  St. Mary Baptist Church in Port Barre, the Greater Union Baptist Churchin Opelousas, and the Mount Pleasant Baptist Church in Opelousas. Prosecutors oddly claim that his crimes were not committed by acts of racism but rather acts of self promotion to “fans of Black metal.”
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