Summary Article Anthony Weiner’s career has finally reached the straw that broke the camel’s back. On 25 September, 2017, it was announced that former Congressman Weiner will face 21 months in federal prison for sending inappropriate photos to a 15-year-old girl, knowing full well that she was under the age of 18. Weiner has faced a number of sex-related scandals before. In 2011 he resigned … Continue reading Anthony Weiner Sexts Underage Girl, Gets 21 Months
With the myriad of scandals, criticisms, and political conflict President Trump has gotten into in his near half-year of presidency, conservatives may already be starting conversations of impeachment, which means replacement of Trump with his VP, Mike Pence. Continue reading President Pence Approaches?
Summary Article New York Senator Andrew Cuomo’s proposal to make college tuition free to middle-class students at public universities within the state has sparked debate and discussion on the fair price for post-secondary education. The revised plan allows for free tuition for families making up to $150,000, with further financial aid for room/board, and up to $10 million going towards students in private academies. It’s … Continue reading New York Free College Tuition?
Summary Article On Feb. 25, 2017, Tom Perez was announced as the new chair of the Democratic National Committee after a close race with Rep. Keith Ellison and five other candidates. Formerly serving as Secretary of Labor under the Obama administration, Perez moves now with Ellison as honorary deputy chief to unite the DNC after the 2016 election. Popular figures of the DNC, including Bernie Sanders, … Continue reading Perez DNC Election Hopes to Reunite Party