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Hope and Change, the Obama Years

Hope and Change, the Obama Years

  In 2008 the United States was in the last months of arguably the worst presidency of the modern era as well as the worst economy since the Great Depression in the Great Recession. President George W. Bush not only collapsed the economy but he helped enter the country into two full-scale wars that the […]

Covid-19 Impact on the World

Covid-19 Impact on the World

Covid-19 has traveled from Wuhan China to almost the entire planet. As of April 3, 2020, over 1 million people have been diagnosed with the coronavirus, resulting in over 58,000 deaths. Many countries, such as Canada, were prepared for the spread of Covid-19, which resulted in only 208 deaths out of 12,000 confirmed coronavirus cases. Even […]

Breaking: Elizabeth Warren Ends Presidential Campaign

Breaking: Elizabeth Warren Ends Presidential Campaign

Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren has decided to end her 2020 presidential campaign as of March 5, 2020. The Senator launched her presidential campaign in January 2019 and was viewed by many as a great option to be the first female President. During the first months of the campaign, she doubled down as a progressive champion […]

Elizabeth Warren Flip Flops Again

Elizabeth Warren Flip Flops Again

Senator Elizabeth Warren has made a name for herself in Washington as a progressive firebrand who rails against corruption and money in politics. The second term senator identified money in politics as corrupting on her 2020 campaign website saying “With money comes time, access, and the corruption of our representative democracy. Enough is enough. It’s […]

1619: The Journey of a People – Review

1619: The Journey of a People – Review

Aug 2019 marked the 400 year anniversary of the first Africans arriving in Jamestown in 1619, which is also the beginning of America’s deepest flaw – slavery. While the play gets its name from the birth of American slavery, the play covers so much more than this. “1619: A Journey of a People” covers the […]

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