Pro-Palestine Students Protests Face Police Brutality

GWU Gaza Solidarity Encampment emptied May 8th

A record number of student protests have taken place over the past two months. The students’ courage and persistence have helped spread copy-cat protests around the globe. Despite enduring police brutality and other penalties, these social justice warriors truly deserve commendation for showing moral fiber and support for the Palestinians trapped in Gaza. However most of mainstream media coverage about […]

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Key Bridge Disaster Cripples Baltimore Harbor

"Bridgegate" StateoftheNation crosspost from Jeff Childers blog

Around 1:30am on Tuesday March 26, 2023, a cargo ship crashed into the Francis Scott Key Bridge (I-695) in Baltimore, MD, causing the bridge to collapse. A lot of questions are surfacing as to how this could have happened, and while some of the facts and questions are described, an in-depth investigation remains and may take years to conclude. However […]

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Global Day for Gaza: Protest at Israeli Embassy in DC

Thousands of people gathered at the Embassy of Israel in support of Palestine, and the late-Aaron Bushnell, U.S. Airman

Washington, DC — On Saturday afternoon beginning at 12 noon of March 2nd, protesters filled the street in front of the Embassy of Israel located at Van Ness Street NW and International Drive NW. The number of demonstrators easily numbered in the thousands including passersby. Police blocked the entrance to Van Ness from Connecticut Ave NW, and marchers filed from […]

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Migrant cartels squeeze into homeless trough

EL threw away the curtains and staff promised to replace them four months ago.

Homeless Services Limited Shrinking Accountability Due to Increases in Migrants Thank to the Biden Administration with its gates wide open for all-migrants rushing into the United States, “Houston, we have a great problem!” Not only is New York facing a deficit and possible bankruptcy accommodating the migrants, but so are other sanctuary cities. All citizens living in the city nowadays […]

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Saving the Cannibalistic Void

Bear as in the animal

“You can have your illusion of freedom and independence, just know that Big Brother is watching it all, every dollar you spend, every place you travel, every move you make, every second of the day…We aim to hear your thoughts too.”—-Technocratic Society for Mass Dysfunctionalism Moral dysfunctionalism The end of the totalitarianism only began with the fight for freedom but […]

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Americans blindly embracing ideology

That quip comes from Col. Doug Macgregor commenting on the blind hatred against Russians by leading Americans inside the Beltway in their pursuit of war in Ukraine. Living inside the beltway myself, I don’t believe it’s actually restricted to inside the Beltway; it has to include much of Virginia, and bases all around America, and also around the world. But […]

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Rage Against War rally 2023: Arbeit Macht Frei

Left and Right Unite at Rage Against War Rally, Feb 19th, Presidents' Day weekend

While the armies of Russia and China are goose-stepping towards World War, the West’s response has been equally entrenched in darkening the clouds. Nevertheless, the Rage Against the War Machine national protest was successfully held before the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. on Sunday of President’s Day weekend. On this cloudless blue-sky day with light winds and temperatures in the […]

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Peace is War: WEF 2023

Harmony, peace, and, reconcile

The fashion right now is that anything spiritual and humane is only skin deep. So it appears with the beautiful people of Davos attending the 2023 World Economic Forum. The World Economic Forum met this January 16-20, in Davos, Switzerland, high in alpine country. It is an international supragovernmental organization that promotes discussion and ideas catering to the globalized interests […]

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Will public water infrastructure delays ruin the Golden State?

Light sandy loam, no rain

Water wells are going dry in California, especially in small towns in the Central Valley. In one documentary residents of Porterville reported their wells running dry in 2015.  Another media byte exposes emptying water wells in Cambria. For the sake of tourism and upkeep of high property values along the coast, the water shortages are often downplayed. In fact, all […]

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Church of the Epiphany Helps Save All in Need

Red doors mark this iconic church near the White House

Rollbacks, Extortion, Shortages—-What do we do? In a time of new frustration and vexation, it’s easy to succomb to all kinds of acting out. Maybe that is why the Triad has decided to raise once “settled” issues. Over the past week, we’ve seen a new “contest” over the right for women to have abortion, and a new cry and hue […]

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Will Voting in D.C. Make Any Difference?

RobertforDC.com

Why No One Wants to Vote in DC: It really doesn’t matter During the primary, early elections are being held at various locations in District of Columbia, including in the extensively renovated Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library. This voter showed up early and amid all the paperwork for changing party, it still went mostly smoothly. The reason for the […]

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Six logistical challenges faced by #ConvoytoDC 2022

U.S. Capitol Building 2021 Pre-Inauguration

In early March, the American counterpart of #FreedomConvoy is heading to Washington, DC from the West Coast. However, unlike the awesome showing of support across Canada for the truckers heading to Ottowa, Canada, in the United States, it’s more likely #ConvoytoDC will be hard put to stave off rising hostility. As an investigative technical journalist based in District of Columbia, […]

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