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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 Race for District 3 San Diego County Supervisor

As November 3 approaches,  Americans are shifting their focus onto the most paramount election: the presidency. With the  majority of Americans’ attention centered on the future leader of the country, smaller, more local elections tend to be overlooked. The presidential election, with its many twists and turns, never leaves a …

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Two Parties, Two Perspectives

For many Americans, a day is incomplete without the incessant exposure to current news. Throughout the day, U.S. residents are overfilled with the worldly information that attacks their brains through TV, phone, and computer screens. Announcements about  recently released information take over conversations and exist within daily media. These constant …

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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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Black vs. Blue: A Battle of the BLMs

In a sweet-sounding sentiment, a Blue Lives Matter group in New York makes an innocent statement regarding their humble organization.  “We are Blue Lives Matter NYC, a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization created to help Law Enforcement Officers and their families during their time of need,” their website states. “Members of …

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How COVID-19 affects Voting Procedures

As streets empty and cities close down due to the coronavirus pandemic, the United States has been left with a democratic dilemma in regards to the 2020 election.  Uncertainty and claims of unsafe in-person voting capabilities by infectious disease experts across the country fill daily newscasts. As a result, many …

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Is Facebook Letting Politicians Lie?

Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg has recently testified in front of the Senate, due to the announcement of a new, possibly  illicit, policy, that could potentially affect the results of the 2020 presidential election and the Brexit campaign.  Facebook announced it would refrain from fact-checking political speech on the site, which includes …

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The Call for Political Civility

Republican and Democrat, white and black, male and female; for many years these opposing issues have divided our country, caused us to fight against ourselves, and changed the way we as Americans see each other. On Tuesday, August 20, Cindy McCain, the widow of U.S. senator John McCain, began her …

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