May 2019

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Politics

The Covington high school Lawsuits

On the 18thJanuary 2019, a video was posted online in what appeared to be Nicholas Sandmann a Covington Catholic high school student and his school mates mocking and harassing Nathan Phillips a native American elder as he sang and played the drum at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC.

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2020 Presidential elections
Politics

Why 2020 Elections will be a victory for the Republican President?

Another round of elections for President of the United States is less than 2 years away. Two years of Trump Administration have been followed by impeachment narrative and serious accusations, while some of his achievements have been left neglected. Despite the big win of Democrats in midterms 2018 and their recently established majority in House of Representatives, odds are that US people might opt for a Republican president in 2020 again. The article seeks to outline why a vote for a Republican serves the best interest of the country.

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Terrorism
Politics

Jihadist terrorists strike Sri Lanka: political division and intelligence failure

By Jaime Luis Zapata On Easter Sunday morning, April 21, Jihadist terrorists attacked Sri Lanka in a series of coordinated actions that resulted in 253 people dead. The attacks were favored by religious fractionalization and a political division that led to a failure in intelligence and security services. This scenario was a structure of political […]

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Transgender athletes
Politics

Should Male-Born Transgender Athletes be Allowed to Compete on Girls Teams?

Should Male-Born Transgender Athletes be Allowed to Compete on Girls Teams? -By Kimberly Wylie It’s interesting how social advancements often lead to new social challenges. Case in point – Transgender participation in sports. Two recent events have surfaced in the news lately, although you won’t find mainstream media covering the transgender athletes, for some reason. […]

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Democratic investigations
Politics

Democratic investigations bogged down by White House counter-offensives

Back in November when they retook the house, the Dems were full of bravado, threatening to rain fire and brimstone on the White House. After years in the political wilderness of the opposition, the Democrats in the Congress were eager to wield the power of house investigations to hurt their arch-nemesis in the White House, no matter the cost to the American citizen.

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