Category: News

News

The Assange Case Rests on This One Piece of Evidence

Ryan Lau | @RyanLau71R

Thursday morning, Julian Assange lost his safe place in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London after seven years. Ecuador’s president, Lenin Moreno, revoked his asylum, citing breaches of international law. The following video from The Independent shows British police dragging Assange out of the embassy.

Continue reading “The Assange Case Rests on This One Piece of Evidence”

Advertisements

Medicare for All Bill to Be Proposed by Bernie Sanders

Dane Larsen | @_danebailey

U.S. Senator and popular 2020 Democratic Nominee for President Bernie Sanders reopened the previously sealed can of worms: Medicare for all. On Wednesday, Sanders disclosed his plans to present Congress with a new and improved version of a highly controversial bill.

Continue reading “Medicare for All Bill to Be Proposed by Bernie Sanders”

Ocean Builders Is Creating Floating ‘Seastead’ Cities

Ryan Lau | @RyanLau71R

After years of planning, developing, and speculating, the seastead project is becoming a reality. What is a seastead? Basically, it’s a floating platform of any size that serves as a permanent place of residence. It also may host businesses, hotels, or other permanent establishments. In simple terms, a seastead is a floating city.

The Seasteading Institute, one of the major organizations behind the project, believes this will help solve some of the planet’s most pressing issues: climate change, bad government, and overpopulation. This year, they’ve made their biggest leap yet.

Continue reading “Ocean Builders Is Creating Floating ‘Seastead’ Cities”

Julian Assange, Co-Founder of Wikileaks, Arrested

Mike Ottavio | @MadMikePolitics

Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange was arrested this morning after spending 7 years in an Ecuadorian embassy, BBC reports.

Assange initially took refuge in an Ecuadorian embassy seven years ago to avoid being extradited to Sweden over a sexual assault case that has since been dropped.

Continue reading “Julian Assange, Co-Founder of Wikileaks, Arrested”

Iran Flood Kills At Least 70, Leaves Thousands Stranded

Sanders Jett-Folk | @sjettfolk

Heavy rains across much of Iran have caused widespread flooding, which has killed at least 70 people. Thousands of others have had to evacuate from their homes.

Continue reading “Iran Flood Kills At Least 70, Leaves Thousands Stranded”