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High Tensions As Presidential Election Drags On

As the divisive 2020 election season comes to an end, tensions and emotions remain high, but a record voter turnout and unprecedented political participation from younger generations give many hope for the future. As of November 7, the amount of votes for former Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Kamala Harris reached a point where […]

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It’s Official: The Government Shutdown

The United States Government has officially shutdown as of 12:00 am Saturday morning. Although the shutdown is said to last only a few hours, Congress failed to come up with a solution on immigration. On Thursday night, the House voted to postpone the possible shutdown until February 19, but Democrats and and even a few […]

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Trump Under the Spotlight…Again

In continuing with the tumultuous theme of the Trump’s Administration, in the past week the FBI has opened up investigation in order to pursue claims that members of  his campaign and now staff was, and may still possibly be in contact with the Russian Government in regards to issues such as national security. On December […]

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Pearl Harbor 75th Rememberance

Today marks 75 years since the attack on Pearl Harbor, sparking the United State’s involvement in World War II. As we take today to remember the 2,403 brave souls that lost their lives that tragic morning, let us follow President Obama in, “Giv[ing] thanks to the veterans and survivors of Pearl Harbor.” Check out The […]

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Presidential Riots

On November 9, Donald Trump delivered his acceptance speech after a long and hard-fought election. In that speech he made a promise that should have comforted citizens, saying, “I pledge to every citizen of our land that I will be president for all Americans.” Unfortunately, this didn’t seem to be enough for everyone In light […]

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“Trumped Up” Debates

It is hard to find anyone who does not have an opinion on the presidential election. Until this year, the most-watched debate was between Ronald Reagan and Jimmy Carter in 1980 which caught the attention of 81 million citizens. In 2016 roughly 84 million people watched the debates between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, topping […]