3 years ago yesterday, George Floyd was brutally murdered in cold blood by Derek Chauvin. This murder was a memorable event in many Americans’ lives, as it briefly sparked massive Black Lives Matter protests and riots across the United States for several weeks. Let’s reflect on this event, and whether it is the place of the state to murder its own citizens
Bernie Sanders: guaranteeing healthcare to all Americans as a human right would be a transformative moment for the U.S. It would not only keep people healthier, happier and increase life expectancy, it would be a major step forward in creating a more vibrant democracy. Imagine what it would mean if our government worked for ordinary people and not just powerful corporate interests.
Is neoliberal austerity and rampant inefficient military spending the future of Western Europe, as their establishment powers reduce social spending, and ramp up defense and surveillance spending? That’s up to the European people, and so far, they’ve chosen austerity…
It’s not every day your opponent misses a forced win through under-promotion to a knight. Always threaten mate on G2 with the queen bishop battery to keep your opponents on their toes
Jeremy Loffredo provides more fantastic coverage of the anti tyranny protests in France, now calling for a 6th Republic, as they see Macron’s breaches of democracy and executive power as tyrannical. His front lines reporting, and interviewing the protestors at the demonstrations provides on the ground in your face storytelling, and he asks all the right questions to give the viewer the full picture.