Another Gun Control Backlash can Hurt GOP’s Chances in the Midterms

The growing confidence that Republicans had in taking back House leadership is fast eroding after the second most violent school shooting happened last week. The Robb Elementary school shooting incident in Uvalde, Texas, had once again demonstrated how loose gun control laws enabled an 18-year mentally unstable person to purchase an AR-15 assault rifle. A […]

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This week, Russian President Putin recognized two Ukrainian regions as independent pro-Russian territories; signifying agreement to Russia’s occupation. That being the case, the US government believes that Russian troops will make a move to occupy the two regions on Monday evening. The Russian president signed decrees that recognize the Luhansk People’s Republic (LNR) and the […]

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The Supreme Court decided to hear oral arguments about the legal challenges raised against the Texas abortion law in as early as November. However, the Court allowed the law to take effect last September. The Supreme Court also decided to hear oral arguments on questions raised about the authority of the federal government to infringe […]

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The procedural vote to approve Biden’s infrastructure agenda, which the US Senate is working on as a bipartisan package, has been met with prolonged delays. As recourse, Democratic leader and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said that they will ditch the bipartisan track and instead proceed with the voting process via the “reconciliation” procedure on […]

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Ideally, the system of awarding a contract to provide police tow services involves a vetting committee to ensure standards set by council officials are met. Prompt and reasonably priced services are the foremost considerations for the issuance or renewal of a towing contract with the local police department. While such system is regarded as fair, […]

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After voting to acquit ex-president Trump on charges of inciting the Capitol riot last Jan. 06, Sen. Mitch McConnell delivered a speech blaming Trump. Although, the Kentucky senator’s vote couldn’t have changed the outcome of Trump’s second impeachment trial, because the count still wouldn’t have reached the required ⅔ majority for a guilty verdict. Still, […]

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  Politics can be defined in several ways. Depending on the perceptions of people or how a person sees it. Its definition could be because of something like experience, observations, well disregarding its technical or objective meaning. When we say politics, for most people, it is dirty. It is complicated. It has a lot of […]

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In this year’s commemoration of International Human Rights Day, the US OFAC officially announced Chechen Leader Ramzan Kadyrov’s inclusion in the sanction list. As Kadyrov’s reputation as a human rights abuser precedes him, the announcement also serves as warning to American MMA fighters who participate in Kadyrov’s Absolute Championship Akhmat (ACA) events. The Office of […]

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Republican Senator Lindsey Graham of S.Carolina has been formally cited by 3 top ethics experts as a subject for investigation by the Senate Ethics Committee. Their request for Sen. Graham’s ethics investigation is in connection with the information disclosed by Georgia’s Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to the Washington Post. SoS Raffensperger made public Graham’s […]

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After threats of arrest by Congress, the U.S. Postmaster General does a turnabout by working toward convincing American users about mail-in voting safety. Louis DeJoy, the current head of the U.S. Postal Services (USPS) had previously ordered changes in U.S. post offices, which resulted in widespread disruptions of postal services throughout the country. DeJoy did […]

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