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The Texas Pledge, State Pledges, and Texit
17 states have their own unique state pledges, but only the Texas pledge gets recited every morning.
Nazbol Ideology Is the Weird, Meme-Loving Child of the Left and Right
Economically left but otherwise extreme right, Nazbol is kind of a meme. But some of its fans might not be joking.
Surgeon, Talk Show Host, GOP Senate Candidate: Who Is Dr. Oz?
Get to know the latest controversial GOP Senate candidate Dr. Oz.
Shakespearean, Proustian, Kafkaesque, Orwellian: What Do These Adjectives Mean?
What do people mean when they use authors’ names as adjectives?
A Researcher Asked 19,000 People What Their Fetishes and Political Alignments Are
Submission and domination have always had sexual, as well as political, connotations. But this gives a whole new meaning to “eating the rich.”
R/Antiwork, Tiktok Programmer, and Infiltrator Scabs Take On Kellogg’s and Its Attempt to Break Workers’ Strike
Earlier this week, Kellogg’s tried to hire scabs to replace workers on strike. The internet got to work.
Pepe the Frog: How a Harmless Frog Cartoon Turned Into a Symbol of Hate
Pepe the frog started out as an innocent stoner frog cartoon, but quickly turned into a symbol of bigotry and hatred. How did this happen?
Occupy Wall Street Swept the Globe 10 Years Ago. Here’s How It Changed America
September 17th marks the 10 year anniversary of Occupy Wall Street, the movement that swept the globe and made socialism cool again.
A Brief History of Women’s Rights in Afghanistan
As American forces withdrew, the Taliban quickly swept through the country, threatening women’s rights in Afghanistan once again.
The Supreme Court’s Role in Shaping the Relationship between Church and State
We revere Supreme Court as the protector of our Constitution. This case study of how the Court thoroughly bungled the concept of Church/State separation calls that reputation into question.
Watch Your Language: How to Twist the Truth Without Lying
Ever wanted to lie without the risk of being caught? These helpful pointers from history, corporations, and politics can help you twist the truth!
How to Overcome Losing a Loved One to QAnon, Anti-Vax, and Trump’s America
When loved ones fall for the hateful messaging of QAnon and other fringe groups, sometimes we have to make tough calls. Here’s how to heal after losing a loved one to extremism.
The Persecution Complex in the Modern Age: Defensive Delusions and Resistance to Change
Adopting a persecution complex is a common way of coping with one’s fear of change. However, on such a widespread scale, this phenomenon can have seriously harmful effects.
Minnesota Governor Ignores Line 3 Pipeline Water Permit Violations Amid Severe Drought and Looming Wildfires
Minnesota is in a severe drought, with wildfires at its border. But the governor is allowing Enbridge to use billions of gallons of water to construct controversial Line 3 pipeline.
Rep. Bush’s “Unhoused Bill of Rights” Calls for Low-Income Apartments, More Support to Address Nationwide Unhoused Crisis
Missouri Congresswoman Cori Bush introduced a resolution this July to address the unhoused crisis by building more low-income apartments and expanding assistance programs.