When thousands of protesters gathered on the National Mall on Sunday morning to protest Covid vaccine mandates, they did so, they insisted, to preserve personal freedoms. “No more mandates!” they shouted as they marched, serpentine and coiled, like the snakes on the “Don’t Tread On Me” flags hoisted above their heads. “This is not about
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The AFL-CIO’s Department for Professional Employees is urging Congress to increase federal funding for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting to $565 million in fiscal year 2022 and the National Endowment for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities to $201 million each – funding levels that were passed by the House of Representatives
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In what’s becoming a reoccurring theme for Tom Cruise-starring movies, the upcoming Mission: Impossible sequels have postponed their release dates nearly a year due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Paramount Pictures announced Friday. Filmed simultaneously before and during the pandemic, Mission: Impossible 7 has shifted from Sept. 30, 2022 to July 14, 2023; that’s a week
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It’s a new year, and as always, it is a good time to support the Indigenous authors of North America. If you haven’t yet seen this year’s Book Riot’s read harder challenge, several of these titles could potentially check a box off our list. In the spirit of the new year, I encourage you to
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Gary Chambers lit up the internet on Tuesday with a campaign ad focused on one issue: the injustice of non-violent marijuana arrests. Sitting in a leather chair in a field near New Orleans’ City Park, the Louisiana Senate candidate puffed on a massive blunt while a voiceover rattled off statistics on the disproportionate number of
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