Category: Politics

COVID-19 Fear: chapter 3

What are people suppose to do? In Orlando, FL this morning (04/18/2020), I sat up in bed and looked out the window. What I saw was refreshing, but also brought irrational thoughts to my head. I starred at a rain storm. Hard rain hit the window. I heard loud thunderclaps, and bright lightening lit up

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Coronavirus Changes Lives

Throughout the country, schools have closed. My neighbor said, “The oronavirus is a big deal. Families face questions about how they are going to complete the rest of the year’s education for students. It is so frustrating. The coronavirus changes lives, and no one in the government seems to care.” Some families are waiting for

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Our global community and COVID-19

Many Governors in the United States feel they cannot trust the guidance provided by the President. They are looking internally and to State leadership, the U.S. Congress, or to the CDC to determine the best approach. These governors are establishing stay-at-home directives, overnight curfew, and request that people keep a distance from others. Our global

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Coronavirus disease is spreading

Flushing out the necessary from politics President Trump and the line-up that stands behind him at the podium are hard to watch sometimes. As Trump provides his updates he misspeaks then experts have to clean-up.. The President has a speechwriter. Once the speech is approved and it is fed to a teleprompter for the President to read to the audience.

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What if Congress was transparent

Appeals Court say Congress can see Mueller’s Secret Jury Evidence. The decision is a victory for Congress’s power to obtain information for an impeachment inquiry. The Trump administration is likely to appeal. Is it possible the review of the Mueller Secret Jury evidence by Congress will make a difference, or will it lead to more

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