Category: democracy

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Trump partially shut down the government after Congress denied him the $5 billion necessary to follow through on his plan to build a wall ...
Imagine for a moment that life is different, living somewhere outside the United States. Imagine a life in a country where corruption prevails, w ...
The 2020 election might seem far away, but 2019 is right around the corner, meaning Democrats will soon be weighing their options for who to pit ...
The 41st President of the United States passed away late November 30th at the age of 94. When his wife Barbara died in April of this year, many di ...
Social media and politics are two things people engage with almost every day. More often than not, it’s a simple interaction with politics on soci ...
Climate change has been a controversial issue in America for years. Most people appropriately believe that climate change cause by human activity is r ...
  Social media and politics are two things people engage with almost every day. More often than not, it’s a simple interaction with politi ...
It is like, you are at a rooftop party and everyone- even the sun- is dancing, undulating through the discarded champagne bottles and two camera ...
No one knows the exact time or way that they will die. This is what keeps us sane, what keeps us from thinking about the inevitability that our li ...
The recent midterm election results gave both parties a win. Democrats unsurprisingly flipped the House of Representatives by a sizable amount, ...
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