If that isn’t the headline of the decade, then perhaps the first sentence deserves some kind of award (if not the story itself): “These weren’t the kind of clowns you want to mess with.”
Toronto’s founder was an abolitionist who was assigned to suppress a slave rebellion in Haiti.
This echoes the previous article. It’s an interesting mess, and these sorts of issues remind me of similar problems with folk music: there are a million versions, no one knows which one came first, and perhaps, from some angles… it doesn’t matter? It is frustrating when someone other than the creator is making money, though.
A 14-year-old in Atlanta created one of the biggest dances on the internet. But nobody really knows that.
It’s not really that unsettling, it’s the argument that turnout is paramount, and it’s very positive for the dems.