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Donald Trump wished a happy Father’s Day to “all, including the radical left degenerates.” Read More
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American Disease

Eugene O’Neill’s genius lay in his dialogue. Read More
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In protest of the Olympic Games, French activists announced a “defecation flashmob” in the Seine for June 23, when President Macron is scheduled to take a dip. Read More
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Twelve largely politically indifferent New York jurors with interests ranging from live music to the outdoors convicted former President Trump on all 34 counts of falsifying business records to influence the outcome of the 2016 election. Read More
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“I’ll explain it to you someday,” Trump said in response to the hypothetical question of how he puts his pants on. Read More
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In Taiwan, MPs brawled after spending more than 10 hours debating legislative reforms; they pulled, shoved, punched, and tackled each other, and one ran off with the bill. Read More
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For Joe Biden

The Biden Administration has a selling point that is even less visible than the withdrawal from Afghanistan: the antitrust campaign by the Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). Read More
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Robert F. Kennedy Jr. said that a parasitic worm found its way into his brain, “ate a portion of it and then died.” Read More
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Pro-Palestine encampments on college campuses spread to 24 countries, and protests reached all seven continents, including a demonstration at McMurdo Station in Antarctica. Read More
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A Belgian man was acquitted of drunk driving upon confirmation that he had auto-brewery syndrome, a rare condition in which the human body spontaneously generates alcohol. Read More
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The University of Southern California canceled a speech by its current valedictorian, a biomedical engineer who minored in resistance to genocide, out of concern that she might discuss Palestine. Read More
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Coup de Chance, Woody Allen’s 50th film, made its U.S. premiere; its title translates to “stroke of luck,” and a total of 13 theaters elected to show the flick. Read More
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Is NATO Necessary?

Needless to say, the Russian dictator prefers Trump. Read More
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“It mostly felt like a brief speed bump,” said a Pennsylvania man who was receiving a vasectomy when a 4.8-magnitude earthquake struck New Jersey and the New York City metropolitan area. Read More
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Dairy cows have tested positive for bird flu for the first time. Read More
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Lawyers for Donald Trump indicated that the former president was too cash poor to post his $454 million bond, and that none of the 30 would-be lenders he approached for loans would grant him the sum. Read More
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In Haiti, Prime Minister Ariel Henry announced he would step down once a transitional council was in place, and an ex-police officer and current gangster known as Barbecue threatened politicians who were planning to take part in the council. Read More
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A 62-year-old German man who was administered 217 COVID-19 vaccines reported no side effects and no cases of the virus; researchers found that the 217th shot had further boosted the man’s immunity. Read More
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President Biden said the U.S. would begin airdropping food and supplies to Gazans, but twice confused Gaza with Ukraine during his announcement. Read More
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An unidentified flying object observed traversing the skies of Salt Lake City, Utah, turned out to be a balloon; a joint military command issued a fighter jet to intercept it. Read More
Publisher’s Note

Will Trump Become a Dictator?

Hitler committed high treason; Trump stuck with incitement. Read More
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Nearly one-fifth of Americans believe in a conspiracy theory involving the strategic government use of Taylor Swift to increase Biden’s reelection chances. Read More
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Nikki Haley lost Nevada’s Republican primary to the “None of These Candidates” ballot option. Read More
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In Pennsylvania, a 32-year-old self-published author of dystopian science fiction who recently sued the United States over his student-loan debt used a machete to behead his father, who had been a federal employee for 20 years, and then posted a video of himself holding the head in a clear plastic grocery bag as he called for the execution of all government workers. Read More
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The president of the Philippines used a taxpayer-funded helicopter to fly to a Coldplay concert. Read More
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Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders introduced a resolution stipulating investigation into human rights abuses before additional U.S. aid is disbursed to Israel; the measure was rejected. Read More
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Tunnels were discovered beneath a Hasidic synagogue in Brooklyn; a rabbi called the group of men who had dug the illegal structures and later clashed with police “rogue, and, frankly, unwell youths.” Read More
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An Alaska Airlines flight made an emergency landing after a door-size section of the plane blew off 10 minutes after takeoff. Read More
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An Amazon warehouse in New York asked its employees if they were facing financial hardship during the holiday season and encouraged them to write to the company’s mascot, an orange blob named Peccy, to fulfill their “holiday wishes.” Read More
Publisher’s Note

One-State Solution

Absurd? Utopian? Not more so than “the two-state solution,” which has become a cynical trap advocated by hypocrites. Read More
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