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B for Belarus, and why the world should take a lesson in unity over fear

Updated on July 2, 2020 at 12 pm PST. People should not be afraid of their governments. Governments should be afraid of their people. © V for Vendetta (2005) Apocalyptic future in a police state in Europe, where the government brutally suppresses anyone who thinks or says differently. Secret police grab people in the middle […]

Black Lives Matter Utah founder condemns violence, presenting police reform bill

“The ultimate weakness of violence is that it is a descending spiral, begetting the very thing it seeks to destroy.”Martin Luther King Jr. BLM protests broke out in Salt Lake City on May 30 after the police officer Derek Chauvi murdered George Floyd. Chauvi and other officers arrived at the scene after a 911 call […]

Review: Toguard C200 4K Dual Dash Cam — unboxing, install and test

By Vera Sauchanka, Dennis Bindarau Dash cameras become more and more popular for a reason. They add a level of protection on the road and ensure that if anything happens you will have the evidence you need, whether your car is parked or in motion. Back in the day, they used to be quite expensive, […]

From a blogger to a political prisoner. The story of Ihar Losik

A 28-year-old journalist and blogger, Ihar Losik wasn’t supposed to be in prison. He was meant to keep covering news, spending time with his wife and daughter, and doing his part in building a better, brighter future. However, all of this would be in a parallel Universe. Not in Belarus.  Freedom of the press and […]

“Free Navalny!” | San Francisco joined global anti-Putin rallies

Alexei Navalny, Russia’s opposition leader and prominent critic of Putin, was arrested on January 17, shortly after his flight landed in Moscow. Navalny spent five months in Germany undergoing treatment after poisoning with Novichok nerve agent, allegedly carried out by the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB). Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov denied FSB’s involvement in […]

Trudeau invokes the Emergencies Act, Ottawa Police Chief resigns: all you need to know

On Monday, Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau invoked the never-before-used Emergencies Act, previously known as the War Measures Act. The decision comes in amid the continuous anti-mandate protests taking place all over the country and in Ottawa for over three weeks. What is the Emergencies Act? The Emergencies Act has become federal law in 1988. […]

Oahu reopens beaches and stores: is Hawaii open for business?

Oahu reopens beaches right in time for those summer, surf-filled days. With crowds flocking to the waters and summer in swing, we talked with surf and swimwear stores about what it’s like to be open for business. On May 16, Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell reopened Oahu beaches but with some restrictions still in place. Unlike […]