Trump’s Federal Income Taxes Upsets Voters

At this point it seems as though Trump’s electoral magic has worn off as Biden’s lead widens the gap for a 2nd term under the current U.S. President. Now, as reports suggest that President Trump has only paid a mere total of $750 in federal income taxes, polling on the topic suggests that his conductContinue reading “Trump’s Federal Income Taxes Upsets Voters”

A Closer Look at Arizona’s Ballot Initiatives

Proposition 207 – Marijuana Legalization Initiative This proposition aims to legalize the use, purchase, and transport of marijuana for people who are 21 years of age or older. People also have the ability to grow marijuana plants, although there are restrictions on the quantity and location. Smoking marijuana in public and driving under the influenceContinue reading “A Closer Look at Arizona’s Ballot Initiatives”

Nigeria’s Fight to End Police Brutality

As protests continue to occur throughout the United States, other countries are following suit and standing up to injustice. In Nigeria, Citizens are continuing to protest against police brutality.  The protesters call for systemic reformation and the abolishment of the police unit called the Special Anti-Robbery Squad. The demonstrations began on October 8th, and withinContinue reading “Nigeria’s Fight to End Police Brutality”

California Proposition 25: Replacing Cash Bail with Risk Assessment

California Proposition 25, the Replace Cash Bail with Risk Assessments Referendum, is on the California ballot as a veto referendum. Prop. 25 decides the fate of Senate Bill 10 which “eliminates the cash bail system, replacing it with an algorithm than determines whether a person is held in jail or let out on their ownContinue reading “California Proposition 25: Replacing Cash Bail with Risk Assessment”

Conflict Between Armenia and Azerbaijan Rises

Protests continue as the Armenian and Azerbaijani forces have been at war due to Azerbaijani accusing Armenia of targeting the countries cities that are past the war zone. Dozens of people have been killed and hundreds of others have been wounded in result of the war. Azerbaijani President Aliyev stated that the only way toContinue reading “Conflict Between Armenia and Azerbaijan Rises”

The United States and Refugees

The United States of America was established around democratic ideals. Democratic ideals such as liberty, self-government, individualism, and equality. Every single year refugees enter the United States in hopes of finding a better and safer environment. National Immigration Forum defines refugees as a “person outside of his or her nationality, who is unable or unwillingContinue reading “The United States and Refugees”

Trump Speeding Up Vaccine to Boost Re-Election Numbers?

U.S. President Donald Trump has slammed the newly approved U.S. Food and Drug Administration rules which would make circumstances incredibly difficult to pass a vaccine to be approved before the election. In a tweet Tuesday night, on October 6th, Trump had posted a tweet aimed at FDA Commissioner Dr. Stephen Hahn stating how “New FDAContinue reading “Trump Speeding Up Vaccine to Boost Re-Election Numbers?”

Presidential Crisis in a Global Pandemic

Friday, October 1, President Trump announced in a tweet his and First Lady Trump’s positive diagnosis for COVID-19, sharing, Tonight, @FLOTUS and I tested positive for COVID-19. We will begin our quarantine and recovery process immediately. We will get through this TOGETHER! – President Trump: @realDonaldTrump Since President Trump’s announcement, his COVID-19 diagnosis and statusContinue reading “Presidential Crisis in a Global Pandemic”

First Presidential Debate sways Voters Opinions

Only two days before President Trump’s hospitalization on Friday, October 2nd, the first presidential debate between President Trump and Vice President Joe Biden featured a chaotic exchange of insults and banter.  The debate consisted of the president repeatedly speaking over his Democratic counterpart and the moderator, Chris Wallace, struggling to mitigate a fire-induced 90-minute spectacle.Continue reading “First Presidential Debate sways Voters Opinions”

Arizona’s Education System and Proposition 208

During the past few years, education became a more prevalent and forefront issue for the State of Arizona. Some may even argue that it is the most important issue. Arizona’s public education system is currently ranked as 49 out of the 50 states. There is a shortage of teachers and very limited resources. Ultimately, educationContinue reading “Arizona’s Education System and Proposition 208”

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