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Satire mimics truth in regards to the Taliban

The Taliban has a (well deserved) bad reputation for human rights violations. However, the truth of their actions blur the line when it comes to satire. For example, Andy Borowitz is a satire columnist for the New Yorker. In a recent Facebook post, he stated, “Taliban Says It Will Ban Schools From Teaching Critical Race …

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DOD Pentagon

SecDef Issues Guidance for Mandatory Vaccination

Yesterday, Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III released the following memorandum about his mandatory vaccination plan:  To defend this Nation, we need a healthy and ready force. After careful consultation with medical experts and military leadership, and with the support of the President, I have determined that mandatory vaccination against coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) …

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John Oliver

John Oliver slams bureaucracy leaving translators behind

John Oliver has been an outspoken critic of the way the US has handled the evacuation of translators from Afghanistan. Check out this video below detailing his thoughts. The Department of State has begun working with the Department of Defense to find a solution. However, many translators have claimed this is taking too long. In …

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charity

New Show: Grunt Style’s Road Trip for Charity

Grunt style has long been known for generous contributions to charity. However, it is now being taken to the next level. A special event is occurring with the conjunction of the official launch of the Grunt Style Charitable Foundation. As a result, 5 of Grunt Style’s best and brightest are setting out on a road …

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Olympics

Video: US Soldiers sweep skeet shooting in Olympics

Former Soldier, Vincent Hancock, has won his 3rd Gold Medal in skeet shooting! Watch him set a new Olympics record by watching the video below. NBC Sports reported, “After a disappointing performance in Rio, Vincent Hancock regained his throne as the Olympic champion in men’s skeet shooting in Tokyo, becoming the only person in history …

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cuba

Cuba shuts down internet as riots continue

Tensions in Havana have reached a boiling point this week. Consequently, President Joe Biden made the following statement regarding the protests in Cuba: “We stand with the Cuban people and their clarion call for freedom and relief from the tragic grip of the pandemic and from the decades of repression and economic suffering to which …

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Burger King

Burger King Staff Walks, Leaves Notice on Billboard

How much do you dislike your job? Apparently, a Burger King crew in Lincoln, Nebraska was fairly unhappy with theirs. They left the words “WE ALL QUIT,” & “SORRY FOR THE INCONVENIENCE” on the company sign. The image went viral overnight. Local news outlet KLKN caught up with two of the employees to find out …

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Johannesburg

Johannesburg Riots: 10 killed, 500 arrested

Johannesburg has recently been in turmoil over political unrest. Last week, former South African President Jacob Zuma surrendering to authorities. This caused mass riots that saw over 500 people arrested, and 10 killed. Current President, Cyril Ramaphosa, vowed to restore order to the country. Rioters looted, and shut parts of the highway down. Stick wielding …

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Wesley Black

“It’s too late for me.”- How the VA Failed SSG Wesley Black

There have been many lingering wounds from the War on Terror. Toxic exposure, traumatic brain injury, and post traumatic stress have claimed thousands of lives back home. Although a big push for post traumatic stress treatment has been seen recently, many toxic exposure illnesses are still left untreated. Consequently, these illnesses are mostly the result …

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Contest Being Held to Decide America’s Strongest Veteran

The United States Strongman (USS) has been monitoring herculean feats of strength since 2014. They provide structure for a contest of pure power. Men and women travel both near and far to show their strength, grit and determination at these competitions. Unfortunately, COVID-19 canceled many events in 2020. However, cases are thankfully falling, and many …

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