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  2. The Right Stuff (blog) - Wikipedia

    The Right Stuff is a neo-Nazi, Holocaust denial, and white nationalist conspiracy theory media website that hosts a blog and discussion forum, as well as various podcasts, including The Daily Shoah.

  3. Wake Up the Nation - Wikipedia

    Wake Up the Nation is the tenth studio album from Paul Weller and was released on 19 April 2010. It was nominated for the 2010 Mercury Music Prize.The albums was dedicated to "absent friends – John Weller, Pat Foxton and Robert Kirby".

  4. People's Daily - Wikipedia's_Daily

    The People's Daily (simplified Chinese: 人民 日报; traditional Chinese: 人民 日報; pinyin: Rénmín Rìbào) is the largest newspaper group in China.The paper is an official newspaper of the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party, published worldwide with a circulation of 3 million.

  5. A Nation Once Again - Wikipedia

    "A Nation Once Again" is a song, written in the early to mid-1840s by Thomas Osborne Davis (1814–1845). Davis was a founder of Young Ireland, an Irish movement whose aim was for Ireland to gain independence from Britain.

  6. Nas Daily - Wikipedia

    Nas Daily Facebook page. In 2016, Yassin quit his job at Venmo and decided to explore the world, with the intention of documenting his travels and experiences on video. This resulted in his creating of a Facebook page known as Nas Daily (Arabic: الناس ‎, romanized: Al-Nās, lit.

  7. New York Daily News - Wikipedia

    The New York Daily News, officially titled the Daily News, is an American newspaper based in New York City. It was founded in 1919 by Joseph Medill Patterson as the Illustrated Daily News. It was the first U.S. daily printed in tabloid format. It reached its peak circulation in 1947, at 2.4 million copies a day.

  8. The Sun (Nigeria) - Wikipedia

    The Daily Sun is a Nigerian daily print newspaper founded and published in KiriKiri Industrial Layout, Lagos, Nigeria. As of 2011 The Sun had a daily print run of 130,000 copies, and 135,000 for weekend titles, with an average of 80% sales.

  9. Thai Forest Tradition - Wikipedia

    Save Thai Nation. In the midst of the Thai Financial crisis in the late 1990s, Ajahn Maha Bua initiated Save Thai Nation—a campaign which aimed to raise capital to underwrite the Thai currency. By the year 2000, 3.097 tonnes of gold was collected.