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Prod Slash


Giant Meteor Cultist

Now part man, part pastry, I seek vengeance on a cruel and uncaring God.

52 Posts

  1. Rigged! It sure is.
  2. Stop worshipping billionaires. Elon Musk threw away tens of billions of dollars to buy Twitter, and has spent the last year running it into the ground. When billionaires take control of our most vital platforms for communication, it’s not a win for free speech. It’s a win for oligar
  3. what kind of shithole party censures Adam Schiff and protects George Santos
  4. If the past few years have taught us anything, it's that: 1) Poverty is a policy choice. 2) Workers keep America going, not billionaires. 3) Corporate profits don't trickle down. 4) Health care is a human right. The time to act on these issues is now.
  5. Latest comic: The PGA-LIV Bonesaw Classic #sportswashing #sports #golf #PGA #authoritarianism Get my weekly newsletter on Patreon
  6. The implications of this more robust alliance are daunting.
  7. Why is healthcare so expensive in America? In the past few years, some hospital CEOs have seen their salaries increase by as much as 700 percent. Yes, you read that correctly. Say it with me, Medicare for All.
  8. Last week, two Jews were shot as they left morning prayers in Los Angeles. And yet, the twin attacks received little national attention, which is why you're probably hearing about them for the first time. I wrote about the antisemitism we don't discuss, and why some anti-Jewish a
  9. Getting a sufficient photo ID to vote isn’t always easy. Government IDs cost money, which low-income voters may not be able to spare. Even when states offer IDs for free, the documents needed to get an ID, like a birth certificate, are not. On top of the costs needed, voters also
  10. As always, I highly recommend reading The Present Age and supporting Parker Molloy.
  11. They really want to justify their commercial real estate ownership, don't they?
  12. By: Michael Humphries, Deputy Chair of Business Administration, Touro University It’s a case of déjà vu all over again on the debt ceiling debate. Republicans, who regained control of the House of Representatives in November 2022, are threatening to not allow an increase in the deb

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