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“We came back to a field of empty ashes.”

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“In the end—no matter how much money you attain—none of it will matter if you are alone and devoid of purpose.”

Kansas City Chiefs football kicker HARRISON BUTKER, a two-time Super Bowl champ, in a May 6 address at the Georgia Institute of Technology advising graduates to “get married and start a family.”

“We came back to a field of empty ashes.”

NWE NAUNG, a 26-year-old teacher trainee (using a pseudonym) from the Burmese village of Nyaung Hla. Her home was burned by military forces in January along with at least 370 others, according to Al Jazeera.

“While the Constitution addresses many weighty issues, the type of pork chops California merchants may sell is not on that list.”

U.S. Supreme Court Justice NEIL GORSUCH, writing a majority opinion in a 5-4 ruling on May 11 that upheld California’s right to ban the sales of pork from breeding pigs kept in closely confined quarters.

“If those stations are not on the car dash, they’re dead.”

NICOLE OVADIA of the research group BIA Advisory Services, speaking to The Washington Post about AM radio stations, which often feature news and talk shows. Some car manufacturers are choosing not to include AM receivers in new vehicles.


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