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The corporate global elite have manipulated activists into taking to the streets to rage for the machine
By Chadwick Moore
The timing of the New York governor’s hard-right shift cannot be ignored
From gay pride to gay shame
The enemies of manhood – liberal male bloggers – have yet to discover what they would call spiked seltzer’s fascism problem
The warped politics of asking your guests to remove their shoes
More New Yorkers voted for Donald Trump in 2020 than in 2016
Page seems to embody a sort of boutique transgenderism we’re all now accustomed to seeing
Smearing the Proud Boys as homophobes is a losing strategy
If religion is opium, Marxism is crystal meth
Don’t call it a comeback…seriously, don’t
‘The Pink Shirts are now knocking on doors daily to ask if any Deplorables live there’
On night one, the GOP offered consistency and stability
Democrats assassinate JFK’s memory
Self-employment comes with the dangerously right-wing attributes of self-reliance and discipline
Courtesy of your guide Chadwick Moore
What happened to the populist left?
Andrew Cuomo’s economy U-turn
Alpha seltzer: why do Trump bros love White Claw?
Circuit queens vs COVID snitches
Hey Elleniot, aren’t you a bit too old for this?
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