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Deleting Net Neutrality really really bytes

It looks like the corporatist Big Boys want to squeeze us, the little people, for some more money: real time monetary units, bellicose bit-coin or pray tell, is it gold bullion they want? Maybe our heart and soul. They have […]

Deleting Net Neutrality really really bytes

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Crimson Astray: When politicians perpetuate the death penalty against the will of the people

Progressive Alabamians faced an election night last year that was by turns terrifying and soul-crushing, but also, when it comes to criminal justice reform, vaguely hopeful. While many were

Ron Burgundy has some lessons for today’s anchormen

Who would have thought the film Anchorman  would serve as both a humorous and accurate look at the world of television news? While the film may have poked fun at

Vietnam Vet talks about his experience, Part 3: He just had to fly

Part three:  Ron just had to fly In part two we learned about Ron Irwin’s battle with malaria and dengue fever, surviving mortar attacks and how an accidental drug overdose

Thanksgiving happy? We’re one year closer to the last

Thanksgiving. Happy? We celebrate by a parade of gluttony and self-righteous American exclusivity. Excuse me, could you pass the genetically engineered mammal fat please? I need some more of

Marshawn Trump: Rebel with a dollar sign jersey

I have no problem with athletes who do not stand during the National Anthem as a way of protest. However, when you choose to sit while it is played

Charles Manson dead at 83

Charles Manson, the man who commanded a “family” of followers that carried out a string of murders in 1969, has died. He was 83 years old. Born to a 16-year

GQ outrage and IQ go together

I did some really deep research today and found out GQ magazine has a little over 600,000 subscribers and about 800,000 readers. In other words, most people, myself included,

Vietnam Vet talks about his first day in country

Part One:  Vietnam Day One We recently celebrated Veterans Day, in which our nation salutes all of the men and women who have served our country in many conflicts

Freddie Gray death inspired new HBO documentary ‘Baltimore Rising’

Baltimore City Police Commissioner Kevin Davis talks with community leader Genard “Shadow” Barr in the new HBO documentary Baltimore Rising. (courtesy HBO) In April 2015, a seemingly routine arrest turned

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