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Biden and Harris Take the Presidency

After a neck-and-neck brawl between the 2020 presidential candidates, the American public has voted to replace Republican President Trump with a new Commander in Chief, Democrat President-Elect Joe Biden.  Biden, the left-wing candidate, plans to walk into the White House this January with an Electoral College and Popular Vote  majority …

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Joe Biden’s Worst Nightmare

While Democrats gain confidence in former Vice President Joe Biden’s lead in the election polls, others note that their hope may be short-lived. Biden’s polls appear similar to those of 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, who lost the election despite winning the popular vote. Clinton is often criticized for …

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The Rising Demand for Young Leaders in Office

As November approaches, the future of young voters will depend on two candidates – both of whom are over 70. Critical decisions for the country rest on men who qualify for senior citizen benefits; this fact emphasizes a desperate need for young people in government.  Powerful youth are pivotal in policy-making, as …

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A Presidential Debate like Never Before

After months of vigorous campaigning, President Donald Trump and former Vice President, Joe Biden finally faced off head-to-head in the first 2020 presidential debate. The discussion started off with professional comments, but quickly escalated into what many Americans consider “the worst presidential debate in history.” After every question was posed, …

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Joe Biden, The Man of Misconduct

Written by staff writer Prisha Puntambekar In late March, Lucy Flores became one of the first women to issue a bold statement involving Joe Biden and his alleged history of inappropriate conduct. Flores claimed that presidential candidate Joe Biden harassed her back in 2014.  Since then, several women have stepped …

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The DNC’s Newest Darling

On February 29th, following his win in South Carolina, former Vice President Joe Biden solidified himself as the Democratic establishment’s darling candidate for the 2020 nomination.  In the run-up to South Carolina, the Democratic National Convention (DNC) flirted with other moderate options beyond the seemingly senile Mr. Biden. They looked …

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California Casts the Ballot

The field within the Democratic primaries is narrowing, and California voters will now be eligible to affect the course of the American presidential election. On Tuesday, March 3rd, 14 states will cast their votes in preliminary caucuses that will help to determine the eventual Democratic presidential nominee.  About 40% of …

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