Since the start of 2021, inflation, coupled with an insubstantial increase in the median American family income, has caused stress to many people. The current inflation rate sits at 6.2%— the highest it has been since 1990— and the price of certain essential goods, like gas, have risen significantly higher than that. As of December 18th, 2021, the national averageRead more
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It has been nearly three weeks since election day 2020 and more than two weeks since the race was called by major media sites, but only today can president-elect Joe Biden officially begin the presidential transition process. The General Services Administration (GSA) is an independent U.S. government agency that helps manage the functioning of most federal agencies in America. The transition ofRead more
The key takeaways from the first presidential debate between incumbent President Donald J. Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden.
The first presidential debate, riddled with interruptions and name-calling, covered a wide range of topics from the supreme court vacancy to the pandemic to racial injustice but did not produce coherent and constructive arguments from either side of the podium. The candidates offered more bile and tormenting comments than proposed policy changes for Washington. With Fox News anchor Chris WallaceRead more