Presidents Appoint Supreme Court Judges

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The President, not the Senate, appoint U.S. Supreme Court Judges. The Senate votes on the nomination. Whether to confirm or deny. Article II, Section 2, Clause 2 of the U.S. Constitution, known as the appointment Clause, empowers the president to nominate and, with the confirmation (advice and consent) of the United States Senate, to appoint […]

How Trump’s fear, and loathing of mail-in voting, threatens US stability

How Trump’s fear, and loathing of mail-in voting, threatens US stability

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If Trump does lose the election, he will no longer be immune from criminal prosecution, putting him and his organization in jeopardy The confusion and distrust sown by Trump and his allies have left voters skeptical of election results and could end the US’ history of peaceful transitions of power With the US presidential election […]

How Trump divided a nation but united the Democrats

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The Democratic convention showcased the togetherness of a party once fractured by disagreements between Bernie Sanders’ progressive wing and the centrist-moderate wing led by Joe Biden. But even if Trump is voted out, will he accept the result? Watching the virtual conventions of the Democratic and Republican parties in the United States, I was blown […]

Kamala Harris, Living the American Dream

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Kamala Harris, Democratic Vice-Presidential nominee, is what America’s Founding Fathers had in mind when they drafted the Constitution – and their successors who adopted the 19th-Amendment to the Constitution, that granted women the right to vote. Born in Oakland, California in 1964, to immigrant parents, her mother Shyamala Gopalan, a breast cancer researcher from India, […]