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What’s likely to come after election day

What’s likely to come after election day
November 3, 2020

In anticipation of Tuesday’s election, many individuals have speculated as to how people will react given the preliminary results. Since the results of the election will not be finalized tonight, it...

Five great political movies for voters to watch

Five great political movies for voters to watch
November 2, 2020

Politics in film often highlights a monumental moment in history or focuses on one of the many intricate processes involved in government, and makes for an engaging, yet informational, plot. Here are five...

Five political TV shows to watch this election

Cast of
November 2, 2020

With the presidential election right around the corner, Americans are anxious to find out who will win. Television can be a good distraction from real-world events, especially with the potential of delayed...

Top things to know before the election if you don’t follow politics

November 2, 2020

The election this year is facing different circumstances as COVID-19 continues to loom in the U.S. It is understandable that there may be some confusion surrounding the election. With this in mind, here...

Can science and the U.S. government coexist?

Can science and the U.S. government coexist?
November 2, 2020

Last week, President Donald J. Trump, referred to his top epidemiologist, Anthony Fauci, and other leading scientists as “idiots.” As unbelievable as it may seem in 2020, the U.S. government and science...

Choose the lesser of two evils — But don’t stop there

November 2, 2020

This upcoming election has been hanging over the heads of all Americans like a big, gloomy, blue and red cloud. I’ve seen countless Facebook posts, articles and Twitter threads all pondering how we are...

Civil discourse in a divided nation

Civil discourse in a divided nation
November 2, 2020

As the presidential election approaches, concurrent with the holiday season, political conversations are abundant. From the classroom to the Thanksgiving table, individuals are discussing their political...

It’s time to pack the court

November 2, 2020

In 2016, with nearly eight months until the election and 10 months until the end of President Barack Obama’s term, Senate Republicans refused to hold hearings on Merrick Garland, the president’s Supreme...

Talking wrong about voting

November 2, 2020

If you ever hear somebody talk about this election, it is very gloom and doom -- a vote-or-die type of situation. People yell at you to vote, but never explain what you’re voting for, or to just vote...

Trump’s Worst Enemy in 2020 is Reality

Trump’s Worst Enemy in 2020 is Reality
November 2, 2020

The election is edging closer, over 42 million Americans have voted, and candidates are making their closing arguments. And yet, the closer we get to Election Day, the easier it is to see that Donald Trump...

Professional sports venues convert to voting centers

November 2, 2020

To accommodate the Nov. 3 election, professional sports teams are opening the doors to their stadiums and arenas to serve as new voting centers. Teams hope to give citizens in highly populated areas more...

Final debate makes one thing Clear; America’s character is on the line.

Final debate makes one thing Clear; America’s character is on the line.
October 26, 2020

The final presidential debate kicked off Thursday night with moderator and NBC anchor and correspondent, Kristen Welker, determined to not have a redo of the first, chaotic debate, which left few voters...

Debate commission to change format of upcoming presidential debates

Debate commission to change format of upcoming presidential debates
October 12, 2020

Less than 24 hours after 2020 presidential nominees Joe Biden and Donald Trump faced off for the first time on the debate stage, the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) announced that they would be...

Pres. Trump threatens to stop funding schools over 1619 project

October 12, 2020

On Sept. 6, the president responded to a twitter user's tweet claiming that “The 1619 Project” has been implemented in California public schools and that soon “you won’t recognize America.” "Department...

Vice Presidential Debate Recap

Vice Presidential Debate Recap
October 8, 2020

​While the vice presidential debate on Wednesday night was calmer than the presidential debate on Sept. 29, it still eventually devolved into a debate over facts, each side disagreeing on things said...

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