Nick Kangadis is an alumnus of Ashford University where he graduated Magna Cum Laude in Journalism & Mass Communications and minored in Political Science. He is currently the Assistant Managing Editor for MRCTV and MRC Culture.
"Remember when the idea of people leading your country was supposed to mean that the best and brightest represented you? At least that was the idea. Now we have President Joe Biden’s regime."
A black man is the prime “suspect” in the beating of a Hispanic, female employee at a Cricket Wireless store in Phoenix, Arizona, which took place last Saturday, June 4.
Axios reported on Monday that “some members want big changes on voting rights.” You know, the same voting rights that the establishment is constantly screeching at Republicans about for allegedly taking those rights away from people.
If you’ve been feeling the financial pinch as a result of the Biden regime’s actions, you’re not alone.
Child abuse and grooming is alive and well in the United States and, over the weekend, the epicenter was in Dallas, Texas.
The 68th Bilderberg Meeting wrapped up on Sunday, but journalists looking to get an inside scoop on the elitist, establishment gathering held at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Washington D.C. from June 2nd through the 5th were met by something that globalists tell us don’t work and is racist — a wall.
On Thursday evening, Beijing Biden decided to use his bully pulpit to read the teleprompter and slur his words to the American people that their rights can be taken away at any time because they’re not “absolute.”
And of course, with Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont (D) is funding the operation while Secretary of State Denise Merrill (D) overseeing the operation, the state wants the position to be filled as soon as possible so they can influence the information that might come out before the 2022 midterm elections.
"... if you’re part of the, at least, 94 percent of the population that enjoys the company of the only other gender that exists besides your own, it’s time to celebrate straight pride."
"...don’t look to me to stop them," Batman said. "That’s not why I do this."