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Russian Interference Back for Round Two

Russian Interference Back for Round Two

By Quentin Choy March 16, 2021 I am sick and tired hearing about how the Russians interfered in U.S. elections. Today, an intelligence community report found that Russia interfered in the 2020 election to “denigrate Joe Biden.” Americans don’t need Russians to tell them about Biden’s flaws. According to CNN, the report also found that…

Record Number of Migrant Children in Cages Under Biden

Record Number of Migrant Children in Cages Under Biden

By Quentin Choy March 13, 2021 A record 3,200 migrant children are being detained at the Southern Border under the Biden Administration. 21st Century American presidents have all had bad records when it comes to the issue of immigration. Bush’s creation of ICE and deportations. High levels of deportation under Obama and Trump. Trump’s ICE raids…

Kentucky Cancels Its Own Citizens

Kentucky Cancels Its Own Citizens

By Quentin Choy March 13, 2021 A year ago today, Breonna Taylor, a 26-year old paramedic was shot dead in her apartment in Louisville, Kentucky. Both Taylor’s death and George Floyd’s death in Minneapolis were deaths that Black Lives Matter protesters sought to amplify to the country last summer.  On the one year mark of…

Proposed Voting Bills Show How the GOP Can’t Get 2020 Through Their Head

Proposed Voting Bills Show How the GOP Can’t Get 2020 Through Their Head

By Quentin Choy March 12, 2021 A series of laws aimed at restricting voter access in states such as Georgia, Iowa, and Arizona reveals a Republican Party still struggling to get 2020 through their heads. Losses for a Senate seat in Arizona, two Senate seats in Georgia, and Donald Trump’s loss of the presidency are…

Can Biden-Harris Be More Than Just the COVID Fixers?

Can Biden-Harris Be More Than Just the COVID Fixers?

By Quentin Choy March 12, 2021  With his presidency being geared toward bringing America through the COVID-19 pandemic which has already taken 500,000 American lives, Joe Biden’s presidency has been focused primarily on the pandemic. Americans are being vaccinated, states are reopening, and economic relief has been signed into law following the pandemic’s one year…

COVID-19: My Personal Experiences, 1 Year Later

COVID-19: My Personal Experiences, 1 Year Later

By Quentin Choy March 11, 2021 Outbreak One year ago, the CDC declared COVID-19 as a pandemic. I was a sophomore in college, and Spring Break was in a matter of days. Universities seemed hopeful in that they would go online for a week or two before resuming as if nothing had gone awry. It…

Biden’s Big Win: $1.9 Trillion Coronavirus Stimulus Bill Passes

Biden’s Big Win: $1.9 Trillion Coronavirus Stimulus Bill Passes

By Quentin Choy March 10, 2021 President Joe Biden just scored the first big win for his presidency after Congress passed his $1.9 trillion stimulus package. The bill narrowly passed in the House of Representatives with a 220-211 vote. Billions of dollars in the bill are included to increase the rate of vaccinations, assist in…

Garland Returns: Five Years Later

Garland Returns: Five Years Later

By Quentin Choy March 10, 2021 Merrick Garland was confirmed by the United States Senate to be the Attorney General, leading the Department of Justice during the Biden Presidency. The Senate voted 70-30, confirming the former judge to the highest legal position in the country.  Garland is notable since he was appointed by former President…

Arkansas Abortion Bill Aims to Prod the Supreme Court into Action

Arkansas Abortion Bill Aims to Prod the Supreme Court into Action

By Quentin Choy March 9, 2021 Asa Hutchinson, the Republican governor of Arkansas signed into law a bill which would ban virtually all abortions within the Natural State. Supported by the Arkansas State Legislature as well as by Arkansasans, Governor Hutchinson approved the bill becoming law, knowing the ripple effect it would have on national…

A Brief History of U.S. Intervention in Latin America During the 20th Century

A Brief History of U.S. Intervention in Latin America During the 20th Century

By Quentin Choy March 9, 2021 While the United States was heavily involved in the domestic affairs of Central America, South America, and the Caribbean, the 20th Century saw a changing dynamic in American interests and justification for U.S. interventionism in the region. Various patterns for intervention throughout the 1935 to 1990 period included protection…

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