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Taliban Gains Control in Afghanistan

Taliban Gains Control in Afghanistan

Taliban continues to gain control over territory in Afghanistan. Conflict increases as unity in the Middle East seem unlikely. With the Taliban controlling 85 percent of the territory in Afghanistan, military measures must be taken to ensure the safety of its citizens, government, and borders, as reported by CNN on July 9, 2021. United States […]

The Future 2024 Election

The Future 2024 Election Former Vice President Mike Pence adressing the GOP in Lincoln Regan Dinner   In Des Moines Iowa Mike Pence went to Iowa where he was met with a nice crowd of people who welcomed him back from his trip after the election. The Republican party had a picnic in the northern […]

Haitian President Jovenel Moïse Dies at the Hands of Assassins

Haitian President Jovenel Moïse Dies at the Hands of Assassins

As Haitian citizens were struggling with ongoing violence, a group of assassins broke into the home of President Jovenel and Firstlady Martine Moïse. The assassination left the First Lady wounded and Haiti in a state of crisis. The President’s tragic assassination happened on July 7, 2021. The news comes after months of controversy revolving around […]

Affordable Care Act Stands as Supreme Court Dismisses Trump Admin Case

Affordable Care Act Stands as Supreme Court Dismisses Trump Admin Case

Obamacare survived another attempt at dismantling a lifeline for 31 million Americans when the Supreme Court dismissed the case brought by the former Trump administration and GOP-led states on June 17, 2021. The ACA challengers urged the justices to block the law in its entirety. Today’s 7-2 decision was written by Supreme Court Justice Stephen […]

Oregon House Expels Legislator for Promoting Domestic Terrorism

Oregon House Expels Legislator for Promoting Domestic Terrorism

The Oregon House took unprecedented action against a Republican legislator in expelling him for his actions that placed his colleagues and Gov. Kate Brown (D) in danger earlier this year. Rep. Mike Nearman not only unlocked the doors allowing far-right rioters to enter the capital building but coached them beforehand. On Thursday, June 10, he […]

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