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Hong Kong Protesters Are Not Fooled by Only Postponing the Bill

Hong Kong Protesters Are Not Fooled by Only Postponing the Bill

For weeks, Hong Kong protesters have been under fire from police as they raid the streets. Young activists are persistent in the withdrawal of Leader Carrie Lam’s extradition bill, as well as her resignation. On July 9, 2019, protesters took Lam’s response to interviewer questions, if she would comply with demands to step down two […]

Donald Trump Threatens to Shut Mexican Border Over Wall

Donald Trump Threatens to Shut Mexican Border Over Wall

Donald Trump has stated he will shut down the southern border with Mexico and cut off aid to all Central American countries if the Democrats do not agree to fund his border wall. On Friday, Dec. 28, 2018, Trump tweeted: “We will be forced to close the Southern Border entirely if the Obstructionist Democrats do […]

Sen. Elizabeth Warren Declares Trump ‘Embraces Dictators of All Stripes’

Sen. Elizabeth Warren Declares Trump ‘Embraces Dictators of All Stripes’

Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) made her voice heard in preparation to the presidential race, and she had plenty to say about the current president. On Nov. 30, 2018, Sen. Warren’s take on President Donald J. Trump’s foreign policy surrenders to tyrants and she wants to take action. “President Trump’s actions and instincts align with those of […]

Voter Registration for November Elections Quickly Approaches

Voter Registration for November Elections Quickly Approaches

With the midterm elections rapidly approaching, so does the last day to register to vote. Even though this is a right, it is also a civic duty for all adults 18 years and older. Many eligible voters dismiss their need to vote because, as they say, “it is a right, not a law.” However, one […]

Chicago’s Political Structure Encourages Citizen Participation

Chicago’s Political Structure Encourages Citizen Participation

Understanding politics is important. Chicago’s political system is designed to help its citizens. It is structured so the people can take part in the process. People can voice their opinions about what elected officials are doing in their communities. When there is a Chicago City Council vote scheduled community members are encouraged to state their feelings on their […]

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