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How Successful was Trump’s First Oval Office Address?

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The first ever Oval Office prime-time address by Donald Trump’s was an interesting experience for him. However, the question is what did Americans have to say about their President’s speech? Tuesday night saw quite an unusual Oval Office address of all times, which Trump had picked for his obsession that is considered as “foolish” by…

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Virginia Court Chastises Politician for Blocking Critic on Facebook, Calls it Unconstitutional

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A Virginia federal appeals court recently passed a rule that seemed quite unusual to the politicians and even some lower courts. It reportedly ruled that politicians cannot block critics on social media networks. On Monday, the 4th US Circuit Court of Appeals said that a Virginian politician, Phyllis Randall violated the constitution by blocking an…

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Border wall

Is Border wall Obsession Making Trump an Irresponsible Leader?

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It seems as if the government shutdown in the United States wasn’t enough to satisfy President Donald Trump’s obsession with the Mexico border wall. The matter soared to a new level, where the President is considering going on new extremes to meet his demand. On Sunday, Trump announced that he might declare a national emergency,…

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Nothern Virginia

Race for Top Prosecutor Posts Heats Up in Northern Virginia with Legal Reform as Prime Agenda

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Northern Virginia is readying for a tough battle for the seat of top prosecutor. Arlington County, Fairfax County and Loudoun County have hopefuls, who are keen on bringing reform into the system, and end the punitive actions taken for minor offences. Parisa Tafti who is running against Arlington County Commonwealth’s Attorney Theo Stamos, aims to…

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Filler-Corn Raises Political Expectations in Virginia House as the First Woman to Lead in 400 Years

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Breaking the proverbial glass ceiling, and setting several ‘firsts’, Eileen Filler-Corn (D-Fairfax) is ready to take over the office of the Virginia House of Delegates in a momentous move. She will be the first woman to ascend the caucus in the 400-year history of the chamber. “I’ll tell you, there has been an outpouring of…

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West Virginia

Life Expectancy Falls In West Virginia

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Life expectancy is declining in West Virginia with about 0.5 percent of its population declining between July 2017-2018. President Donald Trump claims that he “turned West Virginia around” because of what he did “environmentally with coal”. While the population of West Virginia has been declining from six years, the President’s best efforts to fix health…

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President Trump and US Politics Bend in 2018-19

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The New Year resolution that says ‘New Year, New Me’ is common on the list of majority of the people. But this New Year’s Eve, Americans, including the Republicans, are wishing it to occupy the top slot of the wish list of President Trump for 2019. The decisions of the President have hardly ever impressed…

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Trump’s Abrupt Decision Prompts Resilient Republican Senators

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The presence of the United States troops in Syria has been a long-debated issue within the White House. The havoc has just escalated, as President Donald Trump announced to withdraw all the US group forces from Syria in the next 30 days, catching the Republican senators off guard. The crucial announcement made by Trump on…

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Trump’s Funding Setback on Mexico Border Wall

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Just a couple of days ago, it was anticipated that a shutdown cannot be averted, while the Trump administration and Democrats remained in a dispute over the funding for the Mexico border wall. However, the White House in a swift move abandoned the demand for government funds of $5 billion for constructing a wall on…

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