Posts tagged with: US politics

  As the Senate is about to commence Donald Trump’s second impeachment trial, it has become clear that the former president is willing to throw his supporters under the bus to escape culpability in the Capitol storming incident. What does...
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  Is the Republican Party going to split into two factions? As recent events show, the party is certainly not in unified. The move by Arizona Republicans to censure Jeff Flake, Doug Ducey and Cindy McCain over “disloyalty” to former...
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  With the evidence presented in the news on the Donald Trump impeachment hearings, Republicans who voted for him seem to exhibit a kind of “team identity,” a level of loyalty which they are committed to. No matter what, whether...
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  In the events regarding Donald Trump’s impeachment investigation, Republicans seem to be purchasing the truth, trying to move the ethical line, in efforts to protect Trump’s integrity. Quid pro quo or bribery, the real question is, how far do...
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  In democratic capitalist America, the truth of actions and dealings of people in power are sometimes pushed to the unethical, borderline criminal, in order to push some of their own agenda. What is currently happening in our environment is...
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  There are some things going on in the US political climate that illuminate the different ways truth can be purchased. One such example is the recent closed impeachment trial for Donald Trump. The said hearings are being doubted by...
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