America’s top parasite should watch the film he mocked

Trump mocking a foreign film that won Best Picture is about as entitled as someone can get. The 2019 South Korean film “Parasite” became the Best Picture winner of the 2020 Oscars. This historic moment went on to be praised upon as one of the greatest Best Picture wins. That is until one man, who is the President of the United States, decides to put the film on blast for its win. President Trump talked about “Parasite” and its historic win at a rally on …

Trump the liar emboldened after acquittal

After months of denial during his impeachment hearing, President Donald Trump, now invigorated after the vindication of his impeachment, has publicly admitted to sending his attorney Rudy Giuliani to Ukraine in order to achieve political gain, a complete unethical reversal from his stance in Nov. 2019. Trump’s contradiction was publicized on Feb. 11 during an interview on Roadkill with podcast with host and journalist Geraldo Rivera. According to Tom Porter of Business Insider, just eight days after his impeachment acquittal, Trump contradicted a key principle …

Forget the president, local elections matter more

Marking his first political speaking engagement since the end of his term, former President Barack Obama urged students at the University of Illinois to fight against President Donald Trump and his regime. The significance of the midterm election has been downplayed in years past and, in our current political climate, this coming November is shaping up to be one of the most important midterms to date.

McCain: Military man, merciless maverick

As a combat veteran and fellow purple heart recipient it was quite difficult to not root for the late Senator John Sidney McCain III. McCain had a military record to be admired and served in public office for nearly four decades. He was an independent man, a maverick, and did what he felt was right and just. He selflessly served this country and its citizens up until his last days.

Courier Chat: Separation of families with Hilda Coleman

In this edition of the Courier Chat, Sam talks to Hilda Coleman about how she organized the PCC protest against the separation of families under Trump’s zero-toleration policy and how that policy is affecting the nation. Hilda’s contacts and media: Podcast: thegirlwithsadeyesbutgoodvibes.podbean.com Instagram: taintedsun Email: hilda.coleman4@gmail.com Have something you want us to talk about on the podcast? Want to appear as a guest or have your story told? Email us!: podcast.courier@gmail.com The PCC Courier stands in solidarity with the Capital Gazette Newsroom

Political Dissident: White Amerikkka is a terrorist organization

“When the anonymous black person enters the white space, others there immediately try to make sense of him or her—to figure out “who that is,” or to gain a sense of the nature of the person’s business and whether they need to be concerned … Accordingly, the most easily tolerated black person in the white space is often one who is “in his place”—that is, one who is working as a janitor or a service person or one who has been vouched for by white …

Sinclair’s politically motivated script hoisted red flags for a path of destruction

Irony is inescapable as you watch the Deadspin video that stitches together Sinclair Broadcasting Group’s reporters as they recite a script hypocritically claiming to defend democracy. It evokes a hair-raising feeling of dread reminiscent of 1984. The message criticized fake news, which seems like a noble message until you consider the political context. From a national news standpoint, the script echos Trump’s favorite talking point about “fake news.” From an independent journalism standpoint, the command to broadcast is threatening to mute journalists’ critical and individual …