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Searching for Richard Spencer: What I Found in a Small Montana Town at the Center of a Neo-Nazi Troll Storm by Eli Sanders It is a long drive from Seattle to Whitefish, Montana. Rise early in the short days of winter, squint through the windshield...
What an amazing convention. Fantastic speakers, great performances, great music not accompanied by a takedown order from the artist, and the difference between the Democrats and the Republicans couldn’t be more stark. When Scott Baio is a key speaker...
(Photo by Dion Ogust) Originally the plan for the Women’s March on Woodstock was to stick to the sidewalks as marchers progressed from Andy Lee Field, along Rock City Road, and then down Mill Hill Road to the Bradley Meadows parking lot. But when police...
TV shows, songs, children’s books all promote her image (WND) – A new report says that Hollywood already has voted for Hillary Clinton in this year’s presidential race. In fact, has been voting for her for months, years, even decades. The Media Research...
Two professors—Jeremy Pressman from the University of Connecticut and Erica Chenoweth from the University of Denver—conducted a detailed accounting of press and other reports from rallies in over 500 cities and towns across the country. Their conclusion...
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Last November, fish biologists working at an undisclosed location in the Farmington River watershed came across three mounds of stones. Ordinarily, this discovery wouldn’t have been particularly signi...
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the IWW’s success at leading strikes against key industries prompted the U.S. government to crush the union during World War I, sending many of its leaders to jail. In The Wobblies in Their Heyday, E...