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Carey Wedler

Born on the 24th of August not so long ago, Wedler currently resides in Los Angeles, California, where she was born and raised. With a BA in History from University of California, Los Angeles, she takes special interest in in the police and warfare states, the Drug War, the relevance of history to current problems and solutions, and positive developments that drive humanity forward. Before joining Anti-Media’s team in September of 2014, she produced videos for her YouTube channel. As an independent journalist, Carey is also the Senior Editor for Anti-Media and is responsible for editing most of the site’s content.

Carey Wedler's Articles

Meryl Streep Finally Realizes the Government Does Bad Things

"When the powerful use their position to bully others, we all lose."

Meryl Streep's not wrong, but where was her outrage about powerful bullies during the last eight years? It appears her outrage stems from a two-party-tinted worldview rooted not in principle, but in empowering equally repugnant politicians who happen to share her ideology.

- January 10, 2017

Being Reckless with Nukes Is a Bi-Partisan Affair

There is no doubt Trump is advocating dangerous policies on nuclear weapons, but like many other issues currently terrifying Americans fearful of The Donald, Obama set the stage for Trump to implement his aggressive goals.

- December 28, 2016

The Still Raging Drug War Ruined Millions of Lives in 2015

In 2015, 1,488,707 arrests were made in our government's never-ending war on drugs. 83.9% were from mere possession.

- October 06, 2016

The IRS to Michael Phelps: "You Didn’t Win That"

"You didn't win that" might as well be the U.S. government’s official congratulatory platitude to American Olympians who succeed in Rio this summer.

- August 17, 2016

After Legalizing Recreational Weed, Teen Use in Colorado Lower Than Rest of Country

In addition to the survey’s conclusions that cannabis use among youth failed to skyrocket — as detractors from legalization predicted it would — the survey found cannabis use among teens in the state was actually lower than teens around the country.

- June 24, 2016

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