By: Daniel Galal On Tuesday, February 11th, the New Hampshire Democratic Primary took place, an important early step in the 2020 election season. The primary signals the start of the major primary […]
By: Daniel Galal The Democratic Primary Debate, which took place on January 14th, marks a change in how the race for the Democratic nomination will continue. Gone are the debates with ten […]
By: Daniel Galal The impeachment saga began another chapter on December 7th when a report by the House Judiciary Committee was released, outlining the constitutional and historical grounds for the impeachment of […]
By: Julie Schmidt and Ashvin Nagarajan Following the election of Donald Trump in November 2016, a grassroots group called the Caldwell Democrats was founded in Caldwell, NJ by Jonathan Lace and other […]
By: Kris Schneider On Tuesday, December 16, the White House announced that President Barack Obama signed the federal spending bill for fiscal year 2015, which will fund most of the government through […]
By: Loyse Burki Obamacare. It seems to be the word in the mouth of every politician, doctor, figure of authority, or even remotely educated individual. But what is Obamacare?
At the time the article was written, the government was in shutdown. It no longer is. By: Kris Schneider On Tuesday, October 1, 2013, at midnight, the United States Federal Government shut […]
By: Maggie McNish Chances are, if an American looks at the person standing beside them, he or she is here because of immigration. Whether this means that an ancestor sailed across the […]