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Lately, there’ve been a lot of battles with a lot of messy fighting, especially on the internet, in terms of the COVID-19 vaccines and the virus. The whole pandemic got off to a messy start, with the Trump Administration downplaying the severity of the virus.

Trump himself even said, “It’s…

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You may be wondering why the vaccine efforts are ramping up. It might seem like other people are just trying to control you, which does happen all the time. If there’s one thing that’s constant in humans, it’s the weird desire to control one another.

But that doesn’t mean that…


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“I tried everything. We contacted multiple news stations, multiple hospitals, trying to find an ECMO machine for him and it was too late. He ended up passing away on the 29th.” Those are the words of Deanna Gomez, a woman whose husband just died from COVID-19 in Central Florida.



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It’s been a crazy week. Heck, it’s been a crazy month, a crazy quarter, and a crazy year. In Florida, we’ve become a battleground for the rights of children and families, we’ve navigated this global pandemic caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus that’s rocked the world.

Now that back-to-school is in…

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Recently in the United States and elsewhere, there’s been a lot of discussion about boosters for the vaccines most of us have already gotten. …


Gage Skidmore

Right now, two U.S. Senators are standing in the way of the agenda of their entire political party and the will of the American voters. Those two Senators, as you know, are Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona and Joe Manchin of West Virginia. Arizona and West Virginia are neither democratic strongholds.

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“Educators: the TikTok student challenge for October is ‘slap a staff member.’ You’ve been warned.” The white text contrasted the bright plum purple background of the meme that was spreading around Facebook.

Parents and educators are concerned about a new TikTok challenge allegedly swirling around the internet where kids dare…


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Yesterday, a local news station here in Florida ran a piece about the Haitian migrant crisis. They told the story of a man named Guerrier Antoine, a Haitian migrant who’d left the country after it was rocked by several unimaginable crises at once.

First, Haitian President Jovenel Moise was assassinated…


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It was a brisk evening in late October 2020, and the US President at the time, Donald Trump, was driving in his motorcade. You might remember, Trump at the time was battling the coronavirus in the months leading up to the 2020 election.

He was just then finally starting to…

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Gage Skidmore

What began as a few minor skirmishes have heated up into an all-out war, of both political maneuvers and words, between President Joe Biden and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. This whole thing kicked off when earlier this week President Biden announced a vaccine mandate for the United States. …

David Lee Hill

I like to talk about serious things: science, philosophy, politics, and life. Sensible Liberal.

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