Analysing Different Facets of Life, Politics, and the Economy
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Originally published on February 10th, 2021 Former President Donald Trump was impeached for the second time on the 13th of January by the House of Representatives, and his trial for inciting insurrection began in the Senate on the 9th of February. Before raising the issue of whether such a trial is constitutional, and why thatContinue reading “Archived: How to Discipline Your Misbehaving Former President – Fred Alldridge”
Originally published on November 3rd, 2020 As of writing this, the polls have opened in Vermont, the small community of Dixville Notch has cast its all-important five votes in New Hampshire, and election day is upon us. Biden is in a more favourable position than President Trump. He has been playing attack the last 6Continue reading “Archived: The Rust Belt and the Sun Belt – Fred Alldridge”
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