On March 10th the House of Representatives is scheduled to take a final vote on Joe Biden’s enormous COVID relief plan. The bill, if passed, could benefit a lot of Americans, but also play as a significant achievement for the new administration.
At around 2 pm on Wednesday, January 6th, Trump loyalists stormed the Capitol Building in Washington D.C. in an unjust violation of American law. Congress was in the process of certifying the Electoral College results, following the senate election in Georgia which would shift the majority.
“You [will] be put to death in the electric chair by having electrical current passed through your body in such amount and frequency until you are rendered death”. There were the words of Judge Clifford B. Shepard to Clifford Williams Jr. on October 27, 1976, when Williams was accused of a break-in murder despite contrasting forensics evidence and a strong alibi. In many ways, he was sentenced because he was Black.
There has been a decent amount of drama floating around the left recently. The debate involves comedian and radio show host Jimmy Dore and US representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez sparring over the upcoming vote for Speaker of the House.
It has been three weeks since our last update on the rushed but slowly-progressing creation of the COVID-19 vaccine. Here’s where we are now, at the start of December (there’s good news!).
On Monday, Pfizer and BioNTech soared ahead in the race for a COVID-19 vaccine when they announced that their vaccine was incredibly effective in preventing the virus.
Whether you like it or not, Biden is looking like he has the ticket nearly secured, with an over 10% lead in most major polls. It wouldn’t be bold to assume that for many on the left, that is a relief. However, if you are tired of the hysteria, and just ready to take a break from politics, it would be a good idea to take a step back and look at what a Biden presidency would really mean for the country.
November 3rd is coming in a matter of days. Months of civic turmoil, an expanding global pandemic, and anxious anticipation have foreshadowed the impact of the 2020 presidential election’s outcomes. No matter who becomes the 46th President of the United States, what happens in the next few weeks are defining moments in history that will forever change the lives of all American citizens. Here are a few things to keep in mind as we approach Election Week.
Patrick Barnette and Hafsa Erfan
Last night was the second, and the final presidential candidate debate for the upcoming 2020 election. The candidates, President Donald Trump and Joe Biden, had their fair share of inconsistencies, but unlike the previous debate, they were both able to succinctly address the policies they are running on.
There are many questions in the wake of our magnificent first debate of the 2020 election. Were the candidates telling the truth? Who is going to be our next president? Is this the end? I can only confidently answer the first of the questions, and I’ll start off by saying no, absolutely not! Let’s dive into some of the examples.