Day: September 22, 2022

Slave Reparations – Opinion
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Slave Reparations – Opinion

Slave Reparations and History CNN Don Lemon shut-down over slave reparations Last night on CNN…

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Is the United States a Banana Republic? – Opinion
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Is the United States a Banana Republic? – Opinion

Joe Biden’s Banana Republic Donald Trump neglects to use the phrase, “Banana Republic.” Former President…

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Chinese government spying on the entire world… – Opinion
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Chinese government spying on the entire world… – Opinion

China buying new diplomatic influence and covert spying techniques Chinese investments in US technology China…

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Hawaii surf champ, 24, reportedly dies after seizure in the water
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Hawaii surf champ, 24, reportedly dies after seizure in the water

Kalani David, the 24-year-old surfing and skateboarding sensation from Hawaii, died during a practice surf session in Costa Rica, the Associated Press reported.   David was in the water at Playa Hermosa, Jacó, on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica when he “apparently suffered some kind of epileptic seizure and drowned,” the Costa Rica Judicial Investigation […]

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Hawaii’s Carissa Moore is primed for sixth World Surf League Championship
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Hawaii’s Carissa Moore is primed for sixth World Surf League Championship

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) – Carissa Moore is no stranger to the big stage having already won five World Surf League titles and a Olympic gold medal, so the champ isn’t switching up her game plan ahead of her season finale. “Yeah for the most part, it’s just kind of checking all the boxes.” Carissa Moore told […]

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Surf boards associated with surfing icons up for auction … all for a good cause!
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Surf boards associated with surfing icons up for auction … all for a good cause!

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) – Surf boards associated with some of the biggest names in the surfing world are up for auction. Among the items for sale at the Surf & Turf for The Pantry auction: 5′11″ Wade Tokoro shaped by Kelly Slater and signed by the pro surfer himself. A 5′10″ Matt Biolos/mayhem for Carissa Moore […]

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The story of Mexico’s surfing history is finally being told
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The story of Mexico’s surfing history is finally being told

The Baja coast has always had amazing waves. But as recently as the 1960s — when American surf culture took off — surfboards were a rare commodity in Ensenada. “It wasn’t like it is today where you see them everywhere,” said Ignacio Felix, one of Mexico’s surf pioneers in an interview in Spanish. “Every once […]

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What California’s 30×30 Initiative Means to This Surfer
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What California’s 30×30 Initiative Means to This Surfer

Lizelle Jackson, cofounder of Color the Water, describes the barriers to ocean access for BIPOC communities—and the promise of the 30×30 initiative. Lizelle Jackson, cofounder of Color the Water Raymond Joyce for Color the Water This guest blog was written by Lizelle Jackson, cofounder of Color the Water. As a surf instructor, my goal is […]

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The Six Best Surfing Beaches in Baja California
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The Six Best Surfing Beaches in Baja California

2,038. That is the number of miles of coastline surrounding Baja California and its islands. The roughly 800-mile long peninsula is the second biggest peninsula in the world, which for surfers means countless beaches where they can pull over, unload a board and hop in the water. On most surfer’s bucket list is a trip […]

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Has the Left killed the planet? – Opinion
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Has the Left killed the planet? – Opinion

Have socialists destroyed the earth? UN Secretary General Antonio Gutierrez begs for fuel to avert…

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