In The News: Lawsuit Filed Against Florida Governor, Ron DeSantis

Last week, as part of a race baiting political stunt, Florida's governor Ron DeSantis shipped fifty migrants who were legally in America seeking asylum, to Martha's Vineyards. A small group of these migrants alleged to be from Venezuela, filed a lawsuit in a federal Massachusetts court, claiming that they were misled by governor DeSantis and …

Republican Governors Continue Racist Political Stunt Of Bussing Migrants Into “Liberal-Run Cities”

In the early days of the pandemic the Trump administration enacted title 42. Title 42 is a code, or provision of U.S. laws regarding civil rights, social welfare, and public health. The Trump administration enacted the provision to prevent migrants, who might be carrying a contagion, into the U.S. Recently, the Biden administration attempted to …

In The News: Second Alex Jones Defamation Trial Underway

On the morning of December 14, 2012, Adam Lanza entered the Sandy Hook elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut, armed with a Bushmaster rifle and a Glock handgun. He murdered twenty children ranging in ages from six to seven, and six adults. Earlier that morning before heading to the school, he murdered his mother. In the …

The MAGA Meltdown Over Biden’s ‘Soul Of The Nation’ Speech

President Biden gave perhaps the most aggressive speech of his presidency last Thursday. The previous week he had called out the MAGA movement for their adherence to "Semi-Fascism." The former president's defenders responded to his comments by acting like infants: calling Biden's comments "more hateful than anything Trump ever said." In his "Soul Of The …

Biden Says MAGA Ideology Is “Semi-fascism”

At a Democratic fund raising event last week president Biden refered to MAGA-loving Republicans as Semi-Fascist. ..."And what we're seeing now is either the beginning or the death knell of the extreme MAGA philosophy," he said. "It's not just Trump, it's the entire philosophy that underpins the - I'm going to say something, it's like …

In The News This Week: Mar-A-Lago Search Affidavit Unsealed

Anyone following the case knows by now that the affidavit and memo relating to the Mar-A-Lago Search by the FBI, was released Friday. It didn't reveal much other than what was already known: That Trump had allegedly stored government records at his vacation resort, and the possibility that some of them were classified. "The government …

News This Week: Appeals Court Rules Arkansas Cannot Prevent Gender-Affirming Treatment Of Trans Children

A federal appeals court ruled yesterday that the state of Arkansas cannot enforce a law banning trans children from receiving gender-affirming treatment. The law was put into place in 2021, preventing medical providers from distributing gender-affirming treatments, including hormones, surgery and puberty blockers to minors under the age of eighteen, despite the fact that no …

Biden Cancels Student Loan Debt For Millions Who Qualify

This week, president Biden came through, in part, on a campaign promise: to cancel student debt. According to Politifact, while campaigning, Biden promised full student debt cancellation. At other times he cited a minimum of $10,000. Student loan debt forgiveness has been extended a number of times through the pandemic, after Congress passed legislation in …

In The News This Week: Dr. Fauci Announces Semi-Retirement In 2023

Earlier this week, Anthony Fauci said he would "retire" at the end of the year after at least a half a century as the Head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. Fauci has served as the Head of NIAID under more than a few past presidents. At 27, he joined the NIH, …

In The News: Michigan Judge Blocks Enforcement Of Pre-Roe/Wade Abortion Law

As Republicans push their efforts to strip Americans of their Constitutional freedoms, county prosecutors in Michigan are seeking to enforce a 1931 abortion ban in the state, which criminalizes all abortion, the exception being the endangerment of the mother. But a judge in Oakland county, Michigan, has ruled that the law cannot be enforced. In …

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