Category Archives: Isn’t That Illegal?
So far, no perpetrators have been arrested in connection to the April 12 bombing of the bus belonging to a big-league German soccer team, Borussia Dortmund. It’s clearly a terrorist incident. But one “usual suspect” terror group could be ruled … Continue reading
And no, it has nothing to do with Russia, which actually opposes him on the Syrian front. It has to do with one of the only two reasons Donnie Drumpf does anything: Now, Ana and John are being cautious here, … Continue reading
Venezuelan lawyer Ana Teresa Argotti stands behind a table covered with the materials found in her car following her arrest by Venezuelan federal police. Story, courtesy of La Tabla: A lawyer, Ana Teresa Argotti, “girlfriend” of the former Venezuelan diplomat … Continue reading
26 minutes of your time, folks. That’s all Abby Martin needs to lay out the facts. If your hair’s not turning white by the end of it, you weren’t paying attention. (Either that, or you must already be white-haired…or bald.) … Continue reading
Ever wonder what’s been going on in Cambodia since Pol Pot became history? Well, a few things have: It’s become a high-water mark of sorts for human rights abuses, with one third of the country’s people killed in a genocide … Continue reading
So, kiddies, now you know: Samsung is the official manufacturer of Big Brother’s telescreens. And Orwell was only out by about 30 years on the date by which such technology would be possible.
What are we working for? CHANGE. And what are we working to change? These things, among many, MANY others: If you’re driving while female, be careful about honking your horn at anyone blocking the road. Some asshole with a crowbar … Continue reading
Hello, Montréal Police? Have I got a tip for you! Guess what showed up at Concordia University lately? Charming, isn’t it? Like everything the “alt-right” (translation: white supremacists too chicken to wear their sheets in public, and/or neo-Nazis who don’t … Continue reading
Mirabile dictu, the anti-gang laws of Georgia have actually put a couple of white supremacist gang members (and several of their equally white-supremacist buddies) behind bars. And without violating either the First OR the Second Amendment, because this was a … Continue reading