Biden Prepares to Address Congress; Compared to Lyndon Johnson

Biden Prepares to Address Congress; Compared to Lyndon Johnson

By Quentin Choy April 28, 2021 I’ve written a lot about Joe Biden on this blog, and recently I’ve been hearing comparisons of him and his legislative agenda to that of one of my favorite presidents, Lyndon Johnson. While I vehemently oppose Johnson’s escalation of the war in Vietnam which led to him not running…

73-Year-Old Colorado Woman With Dementia Brutally Arrested

73-Year-Old Colorado Woman With Dementia Brutally Arrested

By Quentin Choy April 27, 2021 Karen Garner, a 73-year-old woman suffering from dementia was arrested in June 2020 in Loveland, Colorado. She was reported for allegedly removing her card without the transaction going through at a Walmart. Recently released police footage shows the brutal arrest of an elderly woman, showing the arrest that led…

Media, Democrats, Republicans, and War Hawks Ally to Stay in Afghanistan

Media, Democrats, Republicans, and War Hawks Ally to Stay in Afghanistan

By Quentin Choy April 15, 2021 Following President Biden’s announcement that he has decided to withdraw U.S. troops from Afghanistan, thereby ending the longest war in American history, much of Washington D.C.’s greatest actors are lining up in a show of force against him. Democrats such as Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) and Republicans such as Lindsey…

America’s Longest War: Biden Seeks to End 20 Year Long Afghanistan War and Bring Troops Home

America’s Longest War: Biden Seeks to End 20 Year Long Afghanistan War and Bring Troops Home

President Joe Biden has announced plans to withdraw American troops from Afghanistan by September 11, ending the 20 year long Afghanistan War. The war was declared against the Taliban government in response to their refusal to hand over Osama bin Laden following the September 11 attacks. Being the longest war in United States history, many…

A Flailing Cuomo Capitalizes on Weed’s Popularity

A Flailing Cuomo Capitalizes on Weed’s Popularity

By Quentin Choy March 31, 2021 Governor Andrew Cuomo signed legislation legalizing marijuana usage for New Yorkers 21 and up. The legislation passed through the New York legislature and will set a 14% sales tax on weed, and projections predict $350 million to be generated annually from the new industry. According to Politico, “the adult-use…

Lisa Murkowski Cannot Lose Her Seat

Lisa Murkowski Cannot Lose Her Seat

By Quentin Choy March 30, 2021 Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) is up for reelection in 2022, and a Republican primary challenger, Kelly Tshibaka has announced that she would challenge Senator Murkowski for her Senate seat. Tshibaka serves as the state commissioner of administration in Alaska, and she stated that she would step down from her…

Just an Old, Sweet Song Keeps Georgia on My Mind

Just an Old, Sweet Song Keeps Georgia on My Mind

By Quentin Choy March 29, 2021 Following crucial losses at the presidential level and at the Senate level, Georgia Republicans including Governor Brian Kemp have taken archaic measures to prevent any losses like they saw last election cycle from ever happening again. The measures that they have passed are undemocratic in the most blatant sense,…

Utah Governor Aims to Block Pornography in the State

Utah Governor Aims to Block Pornography in the State

By Quentin Choy March 24, 2021 Governor Spencer Cox, the governor of Utah signed legislation that would mandate all cellphones and tablets sold within the state to block porn automatically. The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) believes that the measure is unconstitutional and that it violates the free speech of Utahns. The governor and senators…

Boulder Shooting Returns Gun Control to the Forefront of U.S. Politics

Boulder Shooting Returns Gun Control to the Forefront of U.S. Politics

By Quentin Choy March 23, 2021 Frankly, the issue of guns is one of the most difficult for me to address. I understand both sides clearly, and I understand that like freedom of speech and religion, the right to bear arms is clearly, explicitly protected in the U.S. Constitution. However, following the restrictions of lockdowns…

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