Sunday, September 19, 2021

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A regular Senate election and a special Senate election took place in Georgia on November 3rd. Democrat Jon Ossoff challenged incumbent Republican David Perdue's reelection. Republican Senator Kelly Loeffler campaigned against Democrat Raphael Warnock. No candidate in either election on November 3rd won an absolute majority (at least 50% of the vote). By Georgia law, two runoff elections took place...
Everyone's talking about Joe Biden and Donald Trump. Obtaining 306 electoral votes, Biden, the president-elect, gave a speech a couple weeks ago to introduce himself to the country. But it wasn't his speech per-say that rallied up the country. It was Kamala, who has already made some history even before entering the VP office. "And to the children of our...
Introduction The Elections On November 3, numerous elections will take place across the country. Democrat Joe Biden is leading a strong challenge against Republican President Donald Trump. Biden currently leads Trump in the national polls by around 8%, but what matters is the Electoral College, not the popular vote. Very simply, the Electoral College is a system that gives each state...
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham announced that the hearing to consider the nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to serve as an Associate Justice on the Supreme Court of the United States will begin October 12, 2020. A slight majority of American voters oppose the Senate holding confirmation hearings for Barrett, though opposition has eased since Trump announced his...
The current Trump administration overshadows the effect that climate change will have on the future of America and how quickly it is coming. So here I am to present some facts and my opinion on the subject. CNN: Video on Images of California during Fires that are being caused due to climate change: Click Here Right now, part of the planet is becoming...
First I would like to preface this article by saying that this is a viewpoint article, and my thoughts and words may not reflect those of The Roundup or Jesuit. I'm trying to make this article as apolitical as possible but I encourage you to comment below if you have a differing opinion on anything I mention. That being...
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was an extraordinary woman known to be “as hard as nails.” In her 80s, Ginsburg became a legal, cultural and feminist icon. She died Friday at her home in Washington, D.C., surrounded by family at 87 years old. The Supreme Court announced her death, saying the cause was complications from metastatic pancreas cancer. President Bill Clinton...
After the death of legendary Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, many have asked the question, "Who will replace her seat on the court?" While this question will certainly provoke political discourse and feud before the election, it is almost certain that with a Republican President and Republican majority, a nomination will be voted on in the Senate Chamber. In...

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