Free Speech, do we Support it or Not?

One of the most consequential rights enshrined in the “Bill of Rights” which has always been the embodiment of the U.S. constitutional system is the freedom of speech, but lately that freedom we cherish is now under attack by individuals who are entrusted to protect it.

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U.S. Facing Economic Headwinds

The midterms are now officially behind us expect for two congressional races, but the economic issues the country faces still remain and only have the potential to get worse.

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How the Biden admin quietly converts illegal immigrants into legal ‘parolees’

Maria Esperanza Diaz Ruiz had expected to pay a smuggler to get across the U.S.-Mexico border. Then she learned that the Biden administration’s new program would let her walk into the country at no cost as long as she had a tale of woe from back home.

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Thanksgiving a Day of Thanks

Thanksgiving is a time to spend with family, friends and to reflect on our own lives. Often many will also laminate one’s own shortcomings never reflecting on the blessings of living in the United States and the benefits that brings.

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One day after asking the Supreme Court to save its student-loan forgiveness plan, the Biden administration started notifying applicants they’ve been approved

One day after asking the Supreme Court to save its student-loan forgiveness plan, the Biden administration has started notifying some applicants they’ve been approved.

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Red Wave Stalls, Democrats Achieve “Pyric Victory” in Midterms

Pundits and political analysts alike predicted a Republican red wave, unfortunately all we got was a ripple, with Democrats claiming the voters embraced their policies, but this is only a “pyrrhic victory” for Democrats and President Biden.

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