President-Elect Joe Biden’s Stimulus Plan

In less than a week, President-elect Joe Biden will be confirmed as the 46th President of the United States. Amid a second impeachment, capitol riots, and general civil unrest, Biden has unveiled his plan to launch a 1.9 trillion dollar coronavirus package. The plan titled “America Rescue Plan” comes after a year-long battle of conflictingContinue reading “President-Elect Joe Biden’s Stimulus Plan”

Arizona COVID-19 Update

As of January 7th, Arizona has taken its place as the number one COVID-19 hotspot in the world, based on cases per-capita. Health officials are seeing approximately 118.3 new cases for every 100,000 citizens. ICU’s have reached record capacity, with the number of hospitalizations increasing daily at a rapid rate. With this impossible challenge, health-officials are looking for leadershipContinue reading “Arizona COVID-19 Update”

Nashville Bombing

In the early hours of December 25th, the City of Nashville, Tennessee, was jolted awake by a sound telling them to evacuate their homes before a bomb would be triggered in the next 15 minutes. An unidentified white RV was parked in front of the AT&T building broadcasting a message warning residents to evacuate in conjunctionContinue reading “Nashville Bombing”

Who Will President Trump Pardon?

It is customary for a President to pardon or commutate certain individuals at the end of their term. As President Trump’s term comes to a close, he will undoubtedly observe the same practice. While Trump has already issued several pardons, he has exercised his executive power far less than any other U.S. President. Trump’s 29Continue reading “Who Will President Trump Pardon?”

COVID 19 Vaccine: How Close are We?

Canada and the United Kingdom were among the first of three countries to approve and administer the first Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines. While there are a few similar vaccines in the pipeline, Pfizer is the only company to receive emergency authorization. Comparatively, the United States reported record-breaking case numbers on Wednesday. Earlier today, the first shipmentContinue reading “COVID 19 Vaccine: How Close are We?”

Arizona Officials Rebuke Trump’s Claims of Voter Fraud

As President Trump’s baseless claims of voter fraud are being debunked across the country, Arizona officials are speaking up. Following Governor Doug Ducey’s certification of Arizona’s election results indicating that Joe Biden had won the state’s Presidential election, President Trump took to Twitter claiming Ducey had betrayed the people of Arizona. Arizona House Speaker Rusty Bowers,Continue reading “Arizona Officials Rebuke Trump’s Claims of Voter Fraud”

Kyle Rittenhouse and Ricky Schroder?

On Friday, November 20th, 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse was released on two million dollars bail. The young teen faces two felony charges of homicide and one misdemeanor charge of possessing a dangerous weapon while under 18. These charges followed an incident in Kenosha, Wisconsin, where the 17-year-old allegedly shot and killed two Black men at a protest, leavingContinue reading “Kyle Rittenhouse and Ricky Schroder?”

Are We Approaching a Second Lockdown?

With the news splitting its time between election coverage and COVID-19 updates, it seems like 2020 may go on forever. But with a new Presidential Elect and an on going Pandemic, with case numbers spiking all over the country, it is looking like we are heading toward a second lockdown. Today, the United States hasContinue reading “Are We Approaching a Second Lockdown?”

How the World Reacted to President Elect Joe Biden

After a contentious few days, Joesph R Biden was determined to be the winner of the 2020 Presidential election. With claims of voter fraud from the sitting President and an ongoing pandemic, it was interesting to see how the world responded to our new Presidential Elect. The Trump administration has burnt many international bridges duringContinue reading “How the World Reacted to President Elect Joe Biden”

How Cities are Preparing for Life after November 3rd

We are two days out from Election Day, and as voters continue to drop off their ballots and prepare for the possibility of a contested election, cities are preparing for chaos. No matter the election’s outcome, there are sure to be public demonstrations like we have seen in cities across the country over the last fewContinue reading “How Cities are Preparing for Life after November 3rd”

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