Tuesday, October 19, 2021

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David Plocica '22

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On September 14th, the nation waited for California's recall election results. Republicans rooted for leading conservative candidate, Larry Elder (R), while Democrats stood loyal to a sitting governor, Gavin Newsom (D). Sixty-two percent of voting Californians opted to keep Newson, leaving Elder no chance of winning.The question now is: How will this sudden challenge to Newsom's power affect his...
In May of this year, California's Recall Governor Newsom effort hit its required votes. The legal process is launching and over forty candidates race to the podium. From radio-host Larry Elder (R) and former San Diego governor Kevin Faulkner (R) to self-proclaimed moderates like trans-activist Katelyn Jenner (R) and YouTube financial advisor Kevin Paffrath (D), some faces stand out.The...
Undoubtedly one of the most controversial bills passed in the 2021 Texas Legislative Session, The "Heartbeat Bill" protects unborn babies once a doctor detects cardiac activity - roughly around 6 weeks after conception.Today Governor Greg Abbott made history by signing the proposed bill with a majority of Republican supporters. Proposed by Representative Shelby Slawson and Senator Bryan Hughes, the...
On March 23 of this year, a 40-mile per hour desert wind blew the Japanese-owned Ever Given cargo ship to wedge 30 degrees into the side of the world’s most vital maritime commerce artery, the Suez Canal.Shortly after, global eyes watched release efforts to free the lodged ship and allow over 400 other cargo to continue their journey.Egyptian tug...
California governor Gavin Newsom has received substantial backlash this past year for what many people consider poor management of the Covid-19 pandemic. Currently, nearly 2 million Californians want to recall Newsom from his position, and the petition has already passed the required 1.5 million mark to put the process into motion.But did his handling of the Pandemic kick this...
With winter break’s end and the spring semester kicking off, Jesuit Dallas acquired six new transfer students!So who are they?All from western states, new transfers came from Jesuit prep schools who share that “Men for Others'' mentality. Of course these students work to continue in spreading Jesuit culture and hope to experience such culture here.Nicolai Valenta, a freshman from...

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