“I realized that in the eyes of the state, I had become an enemy for exercising what is supposed to be a protected right.”
“One thing that I think is an important lesson here is not to rent to blue-collar workers,” one landlord wrote as activists went after the bureaucrats who make eviction possible.
Beset by local police, feds, right-wing trolls, and friendlies-turned-grifters, the Pacific Northwest’s protest food groups have struggled to do something that should be easy.
“They use unmarked vehicles routinely,” a former cop said of the Boys in Blue in America’s largest city.
Local authorities say outside agitators are to blame for a Richmond protest that ended in violence. The participants have a much different account.
Faced with missing payments and busy phone lines at unemployment offices, an exploding number of r/unemployment users are trying to patch the holes in an overburdened safety net.
The aftermath of a spectacular attack on a judge’s family in New Jersey: internal turmoil and finger-pointing in the “manosphere.”
A fake CDC document has spread across Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, and more specialized websites like a hunting forum.