Yang’s UBI vs. Trump’s Stimulus Package

With the world being hit by Coronavirus, America is starting to take measures to help slow down the spreading infection. In USA alone, there are almost 60,000 people currently infected, and the number is continuing to grow at a drastic rate. The economy is shutting down as businesses, services, and workers stay home and close down shops.... Continue Reading →

NFL Combine Biggest Winners

The NFL Combine took place in Indianapolis for the top NFL prospects between February 28 and March 2. This article will look at some of the players who stood out with great performances (in no particular order) and may have increased their draft stocks heading into the 2020 NFL Draft that will take place from... Continue Reading →

Judiciary Politics

Thanks to President Donald Trump, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit recently became the third circuit court to flip from a majority of Democratic to Republican appointees as of late November 2019. On top of this, within three years of being in office, Trump has appointed over 150 judges, including over 50... Continue Reading →

Rumblings at the Department of Justice

Weeks after the impeachment trial, in addition to unexpectedly pardoning 11 people, President Trump has publicly praised Attorney General William Barr over his amendment of Roger Stone’s sentencing. As announced by the U.S. Attorney’s office and reported by multiple outlets, including the Washington Examiner, Attorney General Bill Barr withdrew the sentencing recommendation made by Department... Continue Reading →

Bucks Historic Season

The Bucks are having a historic season and can still build on it. The Bucks hold the best record in the NBA at 52-8 with a ten-game lead over the second-place Raptors in the Eastern Conference. The Bucks lead the league scoring 119.6 points per game and a +12.8 point differential on its opponents. What... Continue Reading →

Bloomberg Hedges His Bets on Super Tuesday

With the late introduction of former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg into the Democratic primary, the race for the presidency has entered uncharted territory. With a net worth in the ballpark of $60 billion, Bloomberg can easily outspend any other candidate which he has proceeded to do so on an enormous scale. And the... Continue Reading →

Flirtations with the Far Right in Germany

With long-serving German Chancellor Angela Merkel set to step down next year, Germany finds itself at a crossroads entertaining the prospect of a far right resurgence, further weakening an already reeling European Union On February 10, 2020, German Minister of Defense Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer announced her intent to give up her post as president of the... Continue Reading →

Revisiting the NBA Trade Deadline Deals

        Every year right before the All-Star Break, the league is often shifted through trades made before the deadline. Teams on the verge of competing for a title will cash in on their assets to put them over the top, while teams trending away from the playoffs are committing to retooling. This trade deadline saw... Continue Reading →

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