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”

Joe Biden’s Controversial Secretary of Defense Pick

Joe Biden made another pick for his administration and it is reportedly retired General Lloyd Austin to be his secretary of defense. If confirmed, Austin would become the first African American to head the Pentagon. Austin is the former chief of U.S. Central Command, where he oversaw U.S. forces in Iraq and Syria. After retiringContinue reading “Joe Biden’s Controversial Secretary of Defense Pick”

U.S. & Australia COVID Case Comparison; Double Donut Day

More than 12.2 million cases have been confirmed in the U.S. as of the beginning of December, a number that surpasses every other country’s total. The U.S. has confirmed more than 3 million cases more than India, the country with the second-highest number of infections. India has seen more than 9 million cases and hasContinue reading “U.S. & Australia COVID Case Comparison; Double Donut Day”

Former MSNBC Producer Confirms Yang & Other Outsider Dems Were Blacklisted by MSNBC

Former Democratic Presidential Candidate, Andrew Yang, currently hosts his own Podcast called “Yang Speaks” and recently hosted an episode with former MSNBC Producer Ariana Pekary. Interestingly enough, the former producer who quit from her position in August of this year had detailed of her experiences and spilled controversial information which has caused some public upset.Continue reading “Former MSNBC Producer Confirms Yang & Other Outsider Dems Were Blacklisted by MSNBC”

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?”

Former MSNBC Producer Confirms Yang & Other Outsider Dems Were Blacklisted by MSNBC

Former Democratic Presidential Candidate, Andrew Yang, currently hosts his own Podcast called “Yang Speaks” and recently hosted an episode with former MSNBC Producer Ariana Pekary. Interestingly enough, the former producer who quit from her position in August of this year had detailed of her experiences and spilled controversial information which has caused some public upset.Continue reading “Former MSNBC Producer Confirms Yang & Other Outsider Dems Were Blacklisted by MSNBC”

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”

Hospitals During Covid: Running Low on Supplies and Hope

As the second largest wave of Covid-19 continues to make its way in the U.S., hospitals are running out of room for ICU patients, supplies, and optimism for the future. There is a staff shortage at many hospitals due to nurses having Covid as well as supply shortages nation-wide. Covid-19 is setting new records everyContinue reading “Hospitals During Covid: Running Low on Supplies and Hope”

President Elect Joe Biden’s Plan to Fight Against Coronavirus

In the United States there’s been a total of 13.4 million cases and 267,000 deaths and cases are still increasing. The top 5 states most affected are Texas, California, Florida, Illinois, and New York. Ultimately, Coronavirus was one of the top issues during the presidential elections. Basically the American people wanted a solution.  Main PointsContinue reading “President Elect Joe Biden’s Plan to Fight Against Coronavirus”

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