By Chase T. Boss, Staff Writer Courtesy of Pexels “Everything is bigger in Texas.” More than a popular adage, the political drama of the Lone Star State manifested into the trial of Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton on twenty articles of impeachment. Over the past two weeks, televised sessions of the […]
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By Josh Larkin, Staff Writer Photo provided courtesy of unsplash.com On February 5, 2020, the U.S. Senate ended the four-month-long impeachment era by voting to acquit President Donald J. Trump, who was charged with abuse of power and obstruction of Congress by the House of Representatives. Fifty-two senators voted not […]
By Joshua Larkin, Staff Writer This past Halloween, the United States experienced a political horror that the country would hope to never face: a possible impeachment of a sitting president. While one may or may not wish President Donald J. Trump to be impeached, the idea of impeachment being on […]
By Matthew DeSantis, Staff Writer The approach of the midterm elections in November has brought the debate about state election laws back to the fore. The legislatures of each state must decide whether they wish to implement voter identification laws or move polling places around, but more importantly, they must […]