History Of The ‘Yellow Vests’ – From Grassroots Movement To Political Force

The Yellow Vest movement started out as a group of French citizens who were voicing their grievances about the government on social media. And it has grown to the point where members are now meeting with leaders in Italy.

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Bipartisan Criminal Justice Reform Bill Would Benefit Major For-Profit Prison Corporations

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has announced that he will allow a vote on legislation that seeks to reform our criminal justice system, before the end of 2018. The legislation that is being considered by the Senate is the First Step Act. It targets nonviolent drug offenders who automatically received decades-long sentences as a result of […]

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Judge Delays Verdict On Case To Unseal Charges Against Julian Assange

A federal judge announced that no decision has been made in the case of whether the criminal complaint against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will be unsealed, after it was revealed that he is facing unspecified charges here in the United States. It is still not clear what charges Assange is facing right now, and a […]

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What You Need To Know About ‘Freedom’ in America on Independence Day

On this day in 1776, American patriots revolted against the British government because they were sick and tired of being forced to pay an enormous amount of money in taxes to a tyrannical government, while having no say in how the money was spent, and receiving no benefits from it—does that sound familiar?! Every year, […]

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