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On January 12, 1991, FUGAZI performed at a Gulf War protest in front of the White House…in 2017, when we say “illegal gulf war” most people think of George Bush Jr., but back when he was still seeing white lines in his mind, his dad was perpetrating another war that had America

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The Left Hand Path is a crowded, contentious way to go; a pandemonium of singular individuals with no faith that life is only found at the end of a narrow way and through a small gate. It is open to anyone with the will to pave their own lane. There

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When it was announced in February that some witches were planning a mass ritual to stop Donald Trump, the Internet mostly reacted with bemusement, as one would expect. Not all were so amused, though; some fearful and angry Christians called for a mass prayer to protect Trump from the evil

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Last month marked the 102nd commemoration of the Armenian Genocide of 1915-1923. On April 24, 1915, the Ottoman government arrested and exiled over 200 intellectuals of Armenian descent from Constantinople (modern day Istanbul) to Ankara in a move that saw the majority of them slaughtered at the hands of the Turkish

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Downtown Vancouver, February 28th 2017. It’s been a rough little time since one of the arguably worst human beings to ever walk on the face of this Earth was sworn in as 45th President of the United States of America. Values that you’d think would be sacrosanct in the 21st century,

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When I was a child, I went camping often with my very Christian grandparents in their small trailer by the beach. We would hike trails, play cards together, make s’mores etc. They were always picture perfect little vacations away from a normally dysfunctional childhood. Then one night while I was

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