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Cuba protests july 11 2021
Cubans Protest Against Communist Regime Over Rising Prices and Shortages
Thousands of Cubans took to the streets of 16 cities, including the national capital of Havana, to voice their displeasure at long lines and rising prices, which have been associated with shortages of food and...
The Georgia Senate recently passed a bill that would end no-excuse ballot voting in a bid to strengthen election integrity in the state.
Georgia Senate Approves Bill Aimed at Stopping ‘No-Excuse’ Absentee Votes
The Georgia Senate recently passed a bill that would end no-excuse ballot voting to strengthen election integrity in the state. The bill, SB 241, passed by a vote of 29-20 with Republican support, will now...
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis gives updates about the state's response to the coronavirus pandemic during a press conference on April 17, 2020 in Fort Lauderdale. A DeSantis Executive Order eliminated all fines from COVID-19 lockdown measure enforcement by county and city government officials.
State of Florida Cracks Down on Beijing’s ‘Economic Infiltration’
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis announced a focused effort to crack down on what he calls “meticulous and deliberate” Chinese Communist Party (CCP) economic infiltration in his state during a press conference on Monday, March 1....
Grammy Award-winning rapper Pitbull has a warning for America: steer clear of communism. In an interview with Revolt TV, he discussed the dangers that the ideology poses to the United States.
Rapper Pitbull Says Communism is Dangerous, Appreciate Freedom
Grammy Award-winning rapper whose stage name is “Pitbull,” is also known as Mr. 305; Mr. Worldwide. He has a message for America: steer clear of communism. The stylish rapper talked with Revolt TV about the dangers...
Cuba Returns to State Sponsor of Terrorism List as Trump Administration Winds Down
The United States has returned Cuba to the State Sponsor of Terrorism (SST) list, reversing an Obama-era concession to remove the Communist country from the list during attempts to normalize relations.  In April of 2015,...