The COVID-19 Gun Debate

After multiple Governors across the nation closed gun stores amid the Covid-19 shutdowns, the NRA sued local county governments and Governors like Gavin Newsom (D-CA) and Andrew Cuomo (D-NY), lobbied to Congress, and eventually got the Trump administration to deem gun shops as essential businesses. At the same time, gun stores had record sales in... 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 →

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