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Sean Hannity States That FISA Scandal Is Worse Than Watergate

Sean Hannity States That FISA Scandal Is Worse Than Watergate

Members of the Republican Party are requesting the release of a Foreign Intelligence Service Act (FISA) memo. The request was made after Fox News host Sean Hannity stated that the claims of government shadowing were worse than the 1972 Watergate scandal. Rep. Steve King and Rep. Mark Meadows stated on Twitter that they have perceived […]

The Best New Shows on Netflix

The Best New Shows on Netflix

The following Netflix Originals have been ranked by Streamline for the best shows to watch currently. “Black Mirror” ranks first place on Netflix for the third time, according to Streamline. The British television series features stand-alone dramas that are suspenseful satirical tales that explore techno-paranoia. According to IMDb it is a modernized version of “The […]

New California Proponents Claim California Is Ungovernable

New California Proponents Claim California Is Ungovernable

A group calling themselves New California proclaims their state has become ungovernable. On January 16, 2018, the members read their Declaration of Independence. The plan is to form a new state comprised of rural counties and San Diego. The proposed new terrain would be separate from the majority of coastal locations. In an online document, New […]

Government Shutdown; What Would That Mean for Americans?

Government Shutdown; What Would That Mean for Americans?

Talk of a Government shutdown for the past four months may turn out to be more than just talk, and take place at midnight tonight. On Thursday, January 18, 2018, House Republicans passed a short-term spending bill to avert the shutdown, as reported by Roll Call. However, Democrats are not pleased with the measure. Furthering American uncertainty as […]

Restorative Justice Transforms Ignorance Into Accountability

Restorative Justice Transforms Ignorance Into Accountability

Restorative Justice is a term that has gained vast amounts of popularity over the last 35 years. The theory has become familiar to victims, offenders, and many individuals who work within the judicial system. Restorative Justice has become a way to “repair harm caused by crime, and doing so by involving victims, offenders and community […]

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