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Ill-treatment of Black Americans might bring Change in 2020 Elections

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Black Americans

Surrounded by the hoax of innumerable policies brought in by the hopeful presidential candidates in the wake of 2020 elections, the question is whether black Americans are treated with equality throughout the country? As history recalls, it seems quite difficult to answer such a simple question. With each passing day, Americans raise their voices, lamenting…

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Second Democratic Debate: Cory Booker and Joe Biden Standout as Winners

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Second Democratic Debate

Wednesday night of the second Democratic debate for 2020 elections not only witnessed intense debate but also a turnabout in the scenario of Sen. Kamala Harris and former vice-president Joe Biden. The debate which comprised of Cory Booker, Julián Castro, Kirsten Gillibrand, Michael Bennet, Andrew Yang, Bill de Blasio, Tulsi Gabbard, Jay Inslee, Joe Biden…

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US Foreign Policy: A Success or a Wide Failure?

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Foreign Policy

Last updated on August 2nd, 2019As the 2020 presidential elections are nearing, the US President has begun proclaiming his foreign policy as a huge success. Though he has largely failed in fulfilling his efforts of building a border wall and expensing it to Mexico, his supporters claim that he has accomplished his purpose of withdrawing…

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Will 2020 Hopeful Sanders Benefit from Collaboration with Cardi B?

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Cardi B

As the 2020 Presidential elections near, celebrities have begun to come forward and support their favorite candidates and the latest on the list is Cardi B. The 26-year-old, Bronx rapper has once again made headlines, and this time for her friendly relations with the 2020 election Democratic candidate, Bernie Sanders. The Bodak Yellow star has…

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Warren and Sanders in Limelight on First Day of Second Democratic Debate

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Democratic Debate

Last updated on August 1st, 2019The race for the 2020 elections is gaining pace with each passing day, with so many Democratic hopefuls standing in the line; it gets difficult to keep an eye on all of them. In order to have an on-point evaluation of the candidates, Democratic debates come to the rescue. Just…

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Gilroy Garlic Festival Shooting: A lesson to implement stricter gun laws?

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Gilroy Garlic Festival

Every day there are calls for safer gun laws and imposing prohibitions on bigger weapons and parts that modify the weapons into deadlier ones. Despite the continuous dreaded instances of mass shooting, many senators have termed the current gun laws appropriate, requiring no change. The latest mass shooting incident that occurred at the Gilroy Garlic…

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The Great Hack: A Revelation or a Cover to Brittany Kaiser?

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The great Hack

A hit at the Sundance Film Festival, The Great Hack was expected to blow the minds of Netflix users as well. However, the global impact of the trailer appeared to be stronger than that created by the documentary itself. Creation of Karim Amer and Jehane Noujaim, the Netflix original gives an in-depth account of how…

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Robert Mueller Testimony Falsified President’s Claims of “Exoneration”

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Robert Mueller

Democrats have been waiting for the testimony of former special counsel Robert Mueller from a long time as that was the only thing needed to prove that Donald Trump is guilty of obstruction of justice, and to independently investigate his involvement in Russian interference. With his testimony in front of the congress, it seems that…

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Kamala Harris Unfit to be President, Claims Dem. Hopeful Tulsi Gabbard

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Tulsi Gabbard

Democratic Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard targeting another 2020 Democratic hopeful and rival Kamala Harris, called her unfit for the role of the president of the country. Gabbard slammed Harris while pressing upon her inexperience in foreign policy and lack of temperament required for the role of the president. Gabbard’s criticism for the Democratic hopeful came…

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