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SCOTUS rules on Trump tax cases, sending back to lower court, likely shielding returns until after election
SCOTUS rules on Trump tax cases, sending back to lower court, likely shielding returns until after election

SCOTUS ruled  today on Trump tax cases, sending back to lower court, likely shielding returns until after election.The ruling in Trump v. Vance makes it more likely that Trump’s tax returns are eventually made public, though it’s unlikely they would be released before the November general election. By sending this...

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Withdrawing from the WHO is absolutely necessary
Withdrawing from the WHO is absolutely necessary

Yesterday, President Trump announced that he will be withdrawing the U.S. from the World Health Organization (WHO). This move comes in the middle of of the COVID-19 pandemic.The Trump administration’s move to formally cut ties with the WHO comes more than a month after Mr. Trump announced he would be...

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Kamala Harris takes heat for hundreds of edits to her Wikipedia page
Kamala Harris takes heat for hundreds of edits to her Wikipedia page

Democrat Senator Kamala Harris has been touted as a front runner to be Joe Biden’s VP Pick. In the wake of that looming decision, Harris' Wikipedia page has been scrubbed with over 500 edits, most from the same person. Wikipedia is one of the main sources people go to find...

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The History of the Declaration of Independence Not Taught in Schools
The History of the Declaration of Independence Not Taught in Schools

'To be ignorant of what occurred before you were born is to remain always a child.'— Marcus Tullius Cicero As most of us get ready for hopefully gathering gathering with friends and family to at least try to have normal 4th of July Weekend. As normal as can be without huge...

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Would Term Limits Cure our Congressional Woes?
Would Term Limits Cure our Congressional Woes?

Washington DC is constantly overflowing with career politicians who went to serve and ended up just staying and moving in.  In fact, some Congressmen and Senators have been there for decades, in both parties.The Constitution requires a Congressman be at least 25 years old, be a US citizen for seven...

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