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The Aftermath of a Long Government Shutdown

A LOOK AT HOW THINGS ARE HOLDING UP by Tara Perticone On Dec. 22, 2018, the government was partially shut down over the funding of President Trump’s proposed border wall. Over a month later, this has become the longest government shutdown in U.S. history. According

Senator Gardner supports Mueller investigation

The republican senator has broken his silence On Aug. 22, Colorado US senator Cory Gardner released a statement through his spokesman, expressing support for Robert Mueller’s investigation of Trump’s presidential campaign. This happened the day after President Trump’s former campaign manager, Paul Manafort, was found


  A summer full of sports has taught me a few things: soccer is still king, the NBA off-season is infinitely more exciting than the actual season, and—much to the chagrin of American politicians and team owners—politics will never be exorcised from sports.  The 2018 World

Hardest-earned vacation

OBAMA’S ADVENTURES IN KITESURFING Being a former president of the United States is a full-time job— one worth more than $200,000 a year. The Former Presidents Act protects ex-POTUSes from having to fly directly from Washington D.C. to their next job interviews by allotting them a

Eight months of Trump’s bad decision

THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION’S ACTION HAVE HAD HARMFUL EFFECTS It has only been about eight months since Trump has gotten elected. It has been a rough eight months it feels more like eight years. Trump supporters say that he has gotten many things done for this

Importance of Media Today

Rallies, debates, and social media wars in a time of so much conflict, it seems as though even 24-hour news coverage isn’t enough. Luckily for reporters, modern politics permeate fictional TV shows just as much as the news. Recently, many popular TV shows have adopted