Texas Democrats: Flight to Washington D.C.

On July 12, 2021, 60 Texas Democratic House of Representatives and 7 other Democrats flew to Washington D.C. amid the 87th Texas Legislature’s special session, resulting in decorum. Under the Texas Legislature, both the Senate and House chambers require two-third of the members to establish a quorum. Quorum is the minimum number of members requiredContinue reading “Texas Democrats: Flight to Washington D.C.”

Biden-Putin Geneva Summit

On June 16, 2021, the US President Joe Biden met with the Russian President Vladimir Putin in Villa la Grange located in Geneva, Switzerland. Contrary to the past events, President Putin arrived at the Villa la Grange for the summit 15 minutes earlier than the agreed upon time. During the interlude, President Biden and PresidentContinue reading “Biden-Putin Geneva Summit”

Brink of War: 2021 Israel-Palestine Conflict

One of the longest periods of conflicts of all, the fight for Jerusalem has been going on even before the birth of Jesus Christ. With a long history of conflicts in this hotly contested sight, the holy land of Jerusalem has been a territory of battle. Now, majority Jewish country of Israel is at aContinue reading “Brink of War: 2021 Israel-Palestine Conflict”

Biden’s $2 Trillion Infrastructure Plan

President Biden announced his infrastructure plan the “American Jobs Plan” on March 31 and detailed his plan to secure American’s future and to win the race against China. The “American Jobs Plan” like the “American Rescue Plan” will have a price tag of $2 trillion dollars with billions being spent on various structures all overContinue reading “Biden’s $2 Trillion Infrastructure Plan”

Biden’s Clash Against China

52 days after President Joe Biden took office of the 46th US Presidency, he met with the “Quad” (Australia, India, Japan, USA) virtually to discuss the subject of COVID-19 and its vaccine distribution, and the problem in the Indo-Pacific region. US President Biden, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and JapaneseContinue reading “Biden’s Clash Against China”

Biden Administration’s First Missile Strikes

On February 25th, 2021, US President Joe Biden authorized missile strikes on compounds of Iran-backed militia groups in Syria. This is the first missile strike under the new Biden administration since his inauguration back in January 6th, 2021. U.S. missile strikes come as a form of retaliation against the militia groups who are said andContinue reading “Biden Administration’s First Missile Strikes”

50-50 Senate: The Tie Breaker

After Democratic candidates Jon Ossoff and Rev. Rafael Warnock were declared victors of the Georgia Senate runoffs against the Republican incumbents David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler, the Senate was now at 50-50. These two Georgia elections were a spotlight across the country and around the globe as all focus for the future of the UnitedContinue reading “50-50 Senate: The Tie Breaker”

First Day: Biden Administration Executive Actions

On January 20th, 2021, Joseph R. Biden was sworn in as the 46th President of the United States of America by Chief Justice John Roberts. The inauguration consisted of 3 previous presidents and Vice President Mike Pence except the 45th president Donald J. Trump. Right after President Biden arrived in the White House, President BidenContinue reading “First Day: Biden Administration Executive Actions”

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