Over this presidential election cycle, there have been many goofs, gaffs, guffaws, and garbles from the Democratic nominee, perhaps none more memorable than the “You ain’t black” moment on The Breakfast Club with Charlamagne Tha God. However, recently, there’s been one critical failure from the Biden campaign that has been, and will be, missed by many.
Sitting at the desk in my room, I was glued to my computer screen, watching the vote counts come in as the night dragged on. Then I saw it.
9:53 PM: Trump takes Florida
I leaped out of my seat, swung open my door, and sprinted down the hallway to the living room where my father, sitting in the dimly lit space, already had his hand over his mouth in disbelief. As I stood there in the kitchen looking into the living room, I found it hard to even coerce myself to say it.
“He did it”, I finally said…
After a contentious election this past November 3rd, the numbers for the U.S. Senate stand at Republicans with 50 seats, and Democrats, after flipping a single Senate seat in both Arizona and Colorado, at 48. However, that leaves two Senate seats unfilled, both of which, are in Georgia.
“Georgia really is going to be the center of the American political universe.” — Rickey Bevington, Georgia PBS
The reason for Georgia’s double-election stems from the resignation of Senator Johnny Isakson, who stepped down following concerns over his health in late 2019. …
While many in the United States are clamoring for an increase to the minimum wage, up to $15 an hour in some cases, I find myself where I usually do; on the other side of the argument. Instead of demanding a higher minimum wage or demanding the government implement a so-called “living wage”, I’m calling for the reverse. A $0.00 per hour minimum wage. In other words, a total repeal of the federally mandated minimum wage. Now, before anyone claims that I don’t care about families or that I want kids to starve, I ask that you hear me out.