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If you’re in search of a tranquil, stress-free escape, Ukraine might just be the spot for you. That’s right, even with its so-called reputation as a war-torn region, Ukraine offers delightful opportunities to enjoy a leisurely walk, dine at charming cafes, or share some music with friends. And no, we’re not joking.

CBS News:

A summer’s evening, a sidewalk café, smiling friends. It could have been a scene from almost anywhere. But it’s not anywhere — it’s Kharkiv, not far from the Russian border in eastern Ukraine, and within easy reach of missiles and airstrikes.

While many buildings remain boarded up in Ukraine’s second largest city, the remote yet real possibility of dying hasn’t stopped many of its residents from living.

Among those who have refused to cower from Russia’s war, are 20-year-old student George Soldutenko and his friends, Nicolai and Andrei.

There’s an awful lot of military-age men just wandering around.

When you’re done exploring Ukraine’s nightlife, you might as well jet off to the U.S. for a sumptuous vacation funded by taxpayers. At least, that’s what people are starting to question after a video surfaced allegedly showing the daughter of Ukraine’s draft board chief living it up on a boat in Miami.

Obviously, we can’t say for sure who funded this young woman’s extravagant Miami/LA vacation. She might’ve worked double shifts for a year to afford it. But here’s the kicker: while American vets struggle with homelessness people deal with real devastation in places like Maui and Florida, we’re funneling billions to a country that appears more inviting and safe than many large liberal-run American cities. This isn’t sitting well with Americans, who are increasingly fed up with bankrolling what they see as Joe Biden’s criminal enterprise.