A Most Unholy Ending to Chilling Adventures of Sabrina

Source: Netflix Marking the end of 2020, the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina premiered its fourth and final season. After Netflix announced its cancellation, fans were very much disappointed. That left the show runners no time to properly end the storylines. A rushed ending usually does not help the show. Season four continued with Sabrina Spellman …

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Ranking the Hulu shows I watched this year from best to worst

At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in the U.S., stores (except for essential businesses) closed, public gatherings were banned and most states enacted lockdowns –– keeping us home...and bored. In the early months of the pandemic, social media featured people baking banana bread, whipped coffee, excessive cleaning and lack of toilet paper. Like me, …

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Christian Capitalism: How the Republican party uses faith as a catalyst for money and power.

Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call/AP Today marks the fourth day of senate judiciary hearings for Trump's SCOTUS nominee Amy Coney Barrett. Her legal and ideological records are being questioned to determine whether she should serve on the bench. From what I've read and seen...she doesn't deserve that seat. Yet she'll be confirmed anyway. When she enters …

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Racism-apologist Kentucky AG Daniel Cameron

Source: Twitter page of the Kentucky AG's office Yesterday, I learned that the grand jury in Jefferson county Kentucky indicted one officer involved in killing Breonna Taylor. There's just one problem: It was an indictment for damaging her neighbor's apartment...NOT her death. Adding more fuel to the fire, Attorney General Daniel Cameron said the officers …

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