Latest Polling Data Finds Trump On The Ropes

The wagons are beginning to circle within the Trump campaign after a fresh round of polling data showed former Vice President Joe Biden with a commanding lead over the incumbent, President Donald J. Trump, in several battleground states ahead of November’s presidential election. Coming off a succession of national crises that includes the COVID-19 public... Continue Reading →

The Public Reckoning with Facebook

Facebook, along with the rest of the tech industry, is facing renewed scrutiny for governments and political watchdogs. Recently, Germany’s top court ruled that the company had abused its social media dominance to illegally collect data about its users. This comes after the already present antitrust concerns that resulted in Mark Zuckerberg agreeing to testify... Continue Reading →

A Coronavirus Roundup

As states officially reopen this summer, the media opines about 'the new normal' and the President turns his attention to other news, we look back our coronavirus coverage so far. Uncertainty Over Unemployment Numbers Economists are stunned as positive jobs numbers roll in. But are we truly on the other side of the Coronavirus economy?... Continue Reading →

Uncertainty Over Unemployment Numbers

In a surprising turn, job numbers seemingly to be bounced back last week, signaling the end of the Coronavirus economic downturn. Contrary to predictions, job reports indicate a 1.4% drop in unemployment from April to May. Regarding this, President Trump triumphantly claimed, “George Floyd would be proud.” However, critics claim that these numbers are misleading.... Continue Reading →

John Bolton Set to Release Tell-All Memoir

After serving a 17 month tenure at the White House, former National Security Advisor John Bolton is set to release his memoir detailing a first hand account of how the Trump administration runs. While Bolton’s book The Room Where it Happened contains inflammatory and powerful accusations against President Trump, President Trump has nonetheless declared the... Continue Reading →

Trump and Twitter

On May 28th, Trump signed an executive order calling for the government to review the federal law that protects online companies from liability for content posted by users. This is largely seen as retaliation after Twitter has begun fact check his tweets in an effort to crackdown on misinformation. Trump’s actions come after a series... Continue Reading →

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