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With political ads and memes everywhere, most Americans have some bearing on the 2020 presidential election. Fewer Americans, however, follow the important Congressional elections that will also take place in November, including those for all 435 seats in the House of Representatives and 35 seats in the Senate. Republican Texas Senator John Cornyn is among those up for election. Senator...
The Removal of a Constitutional Right On August 5, 2019, Narendra Modi, the Prime Minister of India, scrapped Article 370. Since then, chaos has only increased in Kashmir. The Chaotic Aftermath The Constitutional Article had granted autonomy to the region of Kashmir. This meant that they were allowed their own constitution, a separate flag, and the right to make their own laws....
Credit: US News On January 21, 2019 the junior senator from California, Kamala Harris, announced she would throw her hat in the ring for the Democratic nomination in the 2020 election. Almost a year later, she ended her campaign on Tuesday, December 3, in an article by CNBC remarking “I’ve taken stock and looked at this from every angle, and...
To cap a marathon high-stakes, high-drama day in politics starting with the bombshell testimony from US Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland in the House Impeachment Inquiry into President Donald Trump in front of the House Intelligence Committee and ending with hours of ensuing testimony on Capitol Hill, the ten qualifying Democratic Presidential candidates took the debate stage...
"Impeachment" is a word that gets thrown around a lot lately. Recently, news broke that the US House of Representatives will pursue an impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump. When people hear the term, they typically think of Watergate, the scandal that led to the resignation of Richard Nixon. People also think of the more recent impeachment of Bill...
Three rounds and five nights of Democratic 2020 Presidential Primary Debates have come and gone, and still, a historic, record-setting 12 candidates appeared on-stage Tuesday, October 15th in Westerville, Ohio for the Fourth Democratic 2020 Presidential Primary Debate.  Following an action-packed summer on the 2020 trail, two major political events have shaken the country: the US House of Representatives’ formal...
In what was the largest field of primary candidates to take the same stage on the same night, the Democratic presidential hopefuls met in Westerville, Ohio, to continue to try to gain support for their campaigns. Hosted by CNN and the New York Times, the October 15 debate touched on ongoing issues and new developments. Twelve candidates qualified for...
Since the nomination of Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh to the bench, both the Right and the Left have hypothesized the future of the Supreme Court. Will the conservative majority court strike down Roe v. Wade? Will the Affordable Care Act be declared unconstitutional? The Supreme Court has made important decisions recently, such as the Court's upholding of partisan gerrymandering...

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