By JNS Reporter Elon Musk continues to invite controversy. The newly minted Twitter CEO on Monday posted a picture of a World War II Wehrmacht soldier carrying three carrier pigeons in a cage during the Nazi invasion of France on his social-media platform. Musk’s original caption reads: “3 Unread Messages.” “How times have changed” has
Category: National Politics
By Michael Andrew Lovito A controversial new film is aimed at black voters, launching less than 100 days before the 2022 congressional midterm elections. Salem Media Group unveiled its latest film, “Uncle Tom II: An American Odyssey,” on Friday, August 26. Salem is America’s largest distributor of radio programs, reaching some 3,000 AM and FM
By Lem Satterfield Kenny Gendason has never forgotten the horrific shooting. When Nicholas Cruz, 19, opened fire with an AK-47 at Parkland, Florida’s Marjory Stoneman Douglass High School on Valentine’s Day in 2018, Eagles’ wrestling coaches Aaron Feis and Chris Hixon were among the three staff members and 14 students murdered. Gendason was among the
By Lem Satterfield Ashley Mudge is powered by art. She finds meaning in the upcoming June 17-19 Women Of Color Art Expo (WOCAX) at the downtown lakefront in Columbia, Maryland, and the message of empowerment it conveys. “When you feel like giving up, push harder. Talk to other women and share experiences. Never be afraid
Owning cannabis businesses in the United States has been particularly difficult for black Americans.
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Politicians roll back environmental protection laws, claiming to fix the supply-chain crisis.
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Rapes, forced conscription, disappearances, and other terrors left their mark on the victims of the Colombian rebel group.
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Business owners worry rising prices will keep them from fully recovering from the Covid-19 pandemic.
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As the leaders face a drop in popularity, the people deal with serious social, economic and health issues.
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Overcoming his own homelessness and addictions, Donald Whitehead is at the forefront of a movement to make housing a human right.
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