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”

2020 Makes Another Record- Tied for Hottest Year

With all the unique events, tragedies, and situations that 2020 has found itself in, it is almost of little surprise that it also tied 2016 for the hottest year on record. With wicked wildfires, droughts, and natural disasters this year, it is clear that nature had its fair share of suffering. And as I writeContinue reading “2020 Makes Another Record- Tied for Hottest Year”

Diversifying COVID-19 Clinical Trials

Since the start of the pandemic, there has been sufficient data showing that “communities of color are disproportionately affected by COVID-19 across the United States“. Throughout the entire pandemic, people of color have been getting sick and dying of COVID-19 at rates exponentially higher than white people and the problem only continues to worsen. PeopleContinue reading “Diversifying COVID-19 Clinical Trials”

Last days in the White House

On January 6, Congress and Vice President Mike Pence met to certify the November presidential election result at the Capitol building. A riot began that afternoon after Trump and his allies held a rally earlier in the day, urging Congress to not certify the results. Trump vowed to “never concede” and urged his supporters “toContinue reading “Last days in the White House”

Trump’s Concession Refusal Rubs Off

Republican State Senator Nicole Ziccarelli of Pennsylvania just set a very dangerous precedent conveying that as long as you refuse to concede, the winning opponent will not be sworn in. This behavior entailed Pennsylvania’s Republican Senate majority to refuse to seat a Democratic state senator who narrowly won re-election over a challenger who won’t concede.Continue reading “Trump’s Concession Refusal Rubs Off”

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”

After Chaos at the Capitol, Josh Hawley’s Book is Canceled by Publisher

Wednesday’s events at the Capitol have sent shockwaves through the country, whether it be the decreasing support of Presidential allies, claims of fraudulent election becoming more scarce, or Missouri Senator Josh Hawley’s book being canceled. Clearly these events are not all equal, but the Senator, after showing a fist of support for the rioters atContinue reading “After Chaos at the Capitol, Josh Hawley’s Book is Canceled by Publisher”

California Gov. appointed the senator seat vacated by Kamala Harris

Secretary of State Alex Padilla was appointed by California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Tuesday, Dec. 22, 2020, as the state’s next U.S. senator to fill the seat being vacated by Vice President-elect Kamala Harris. Harris was first elected in 2016, so Padilla will fill the seat by appointment until 2022 when an election will be heldContinue reading “California Gov. appointed the senator seat vacated by Kamala Harris”

Ted Cruz Corruption Reported

According to a report from the Wall Street Journal, Ted Cruz was caught red-handed doing a very corrupt deal. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) lent a helping hand to two fracking billionaires by asking for changes to rules that would allow them to acquire a $35 million COVID-19 relief loan aimed at helping struggling businesses toContinue reading “Ted Cruz Corruption Reported”

Trump V.S. Pence Feud soon to Come?

According to Axios, President Donald Trump is furious at people in his circle he thinks are not supporting him. That includes Vice President Mike Pence, with Pence having a habit of not being around for Trump’s most damaging moments. Trump thinks that those who are not fighting in his corner are “weak, stupid, or disloyal”Continue reading “Trump V.S. Pence Feud soon to Come?”

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