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An America Without Consequences?

An America Without Consequences?

Many Americans admit that they have never seen a country so divided. The last elections, one of the most intense on record, became the most talked about of all time. It had one of the most significant voting battles this nation has ever seen. It was one of the most watched political dramas ever broadcasted on […]

Yvonne LaGrone and Her Road to Litigation

Yvonne LaGrone and Her Road to Litigation

Yvonne LaGrone is a black Lawyer from the South Side of Chicago, Illinois. At the tender age of 5, she knew that it was her destiny to become a lawyer. She designed her life around this dream and soon came to realize this dream was her only hope. The only back-up plan she ever had was to become […]

Donald Trump Follows Through on His Campaign Pledge to Israel

Donald Trump Follows Through on His Campaign Pledge to Israel

The New York Times has reported that President Donald J. Trump has followed through on his campaign pledge to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. In Gaza, Palestinians burned pictures of President Trump, the Israeli and American flags, on Dec. 6, 2017. Trump stated that acknowledging Jerusalem as the capital of Israel was “the right […]

The 25th Amendment: The Upsides and Downsides of Impeaching Donald J. Trump

The 25th Amendment: The Upsides and Downsides of Impeaching Donald J. Trump

To some Americans, Michael Flynn’s shocking plea to come clean about the Trump-Russian connection meant impeachment might be around the corner. Impeachment in the United States is an enumerated power of the council that enables formal charges to be brought against a general officer of government for conferred violations. So, could Flynn’s guilty confession become President’s […]

Chicago Gun Violence Is Killing the City

Chicago Gun Violence Is Killing the City

In Chicago holiday weekends can be more deadly than the regular customary life cycle. According to sources, there were 44 people shot and wounded over Thanksgiving weekend in 2017. Eight out of the total wounded suffered serious injuries and died. These numbers are significantly lower in comparison to 2016 when 70 people were reported dead. However, the numbers are high […]

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