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Good thing the novel coronavirus vaccine has made its way stateside. Today, nine-ish months after humanity and the world went into lockdown on account of the global COVID-19 pandemic, and as the United States of America’s death toll passed 301,000, Sandra Lindsay, a critical care nurse in Queens, N.Y., became the first American to be […]

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“U.S.A.” “U.S.A.” U…S…Oy. We are 40 days and 40 nights out from Election Day on Nov. 3, and the one and only (thank goodness) Donald “the Impeached” Trump is still unabashedly signaling and unequivocally on the record saying he does not anticipate a peaceful transfer of power, when he loses the election (again), because basically, […]

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You know I been Team Amy McGrath. From what little I know about the retired U.S. Marine Corps lieutenant colonel and, say, her vision re: foreign policy and national security (which minces no words where standing up to aggressive foreign powers is concerned, for instance), I think she would be a fine choice to unseat […]

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Nice try. Now back it up. Today the Supreme Court of the United States surprised again, after it ruled on another eagerly anticipated decision, one concerning the Barack Obama-era DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) American immigration policy, which since summer 2012 has provided close to 700,000 (known) young DREAMers respite from deportation. Swinging toward […]

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We need to have a conversation about privacy and decorum, don’t we, 12 years after Mark Zuckerberg roped us and the culture into his soul-sucking Facebook (which does not know its references, either). I mean, what the fuck are we doing? Remember that white lady, you know the one…the one, who recently weaponized her privilege […]