Let's talk about ladders in politics, and of how some Democratic presidential wannabes seem to have a fast climb up early on in their political career. What is interesting is that they are getting far greater attention at the polls. This is currently the case, despite not having taken the slow, step by step rise to get a shot at the highest political position in the land: president of the United States. Take the case of Pete Buttigieg, the openly gay Mayor of South Bend, Indiana. He is only 37, and relatively unknown compared to other Democratic presidential candidates. When a Rasmussen national telephone and online poll pitched a choice between Trump and Buttigieg, Trump got 44% while Buttigieg had 40%. https://youtu.be/13OypBRrwv8 Thc result suggests that despite the big leap in...
After the release of the Mueller Report last Friday, the number of Democrats calling out for the launch of impeachment proceedings against President Trump continues to grow. Democratic presidential candidate Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts has urged Congress to initiate impeachment proceedings, while Michigan House Representative Rashida Tlaib,has introduced a resolution calling on the House Judiciary Committee to conduct further probes of Trump’s impeachment-level offenses as revealed by the recently released Mueller Report. https://youtu.be/hFM6BvAYaFs Outspoken New York Democrat, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York and other vocal house progressives have already introduced articles of impeachment; perceiving current efforts might not be enough in investigating Trum
At this point, and after experiencing the outcomes of Donald Trump’s performance as president of the United States, American voters are seemingly decided on what policies their political candidates will be proposing come 2020 presidential election. https://youtu.be/xbhE09utlRw Based on Pew Research Center’s 2019 survey, 70% of the American public still consider economic improvement the top priority issue. Under this aspect, improving job situation remains high in the agenda, with 50% of those surveyed saying that this is still a top economic priority. Lowering of health care costs comes in next, as 69% of the public still clamoring for more affordable costs of maintaining health and wellness. Desire for better educational system is now a top priority at 68%, slightly gaining an ed
The 2019 International Women’s Month (IWM) is currently running under the theme of “Balance for Better.” in this post, we will be remember 2 notable women who worked bravely and tirelessly during their era, to ensure a better future for the people in their respective society. The resistance of these women against the norms, policies and/or oppression prevalent at the time they took radical actions, are not as well-mentioned in history books. Catherine J. Ross of https://catherinejgrossphotography.com contributes this guest post to refresh accounts of how these women contributed to changes that worked for the better; lest the significance of their valuable actions in the past eventually disappear into obscurity. Alice Coachman The First African-American Woman to Win an Olympic Medal A