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Why does the Electoral College exist, and how does it work? 5 essential reads

Jeff Inglis, The Conversation On Dec. 14, the members of the Electoral College will meet in state capitols across the country and cast their ballots for president and vice president. The expected vote total: 306 for Democrat Joe Biden and...

How Biden might stimulate the sputtering US economy: 4 questions answered

R. Andrew Butters, Indiana University Editor’s note: President-elect Joe Biden has said fixing the economy will be one of his administration’s top priorities when he takes office in January. R. Andrew Butters, assistant professor of business economics and public policy...

President-elect Biden’s new COVID-19 task force gives the US a fresh chance to turn around a public health disaster

Catherine Lynne Troisi, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston A change in administration in January will bring a new pandemic strategy for the United States. President-elect Joe Biden has announced his transition COVID-19 advisory council, and there are...

What The Hell Are You Wanting…Let’s Explain The Meaning of Socialism and Liberalism

  Welcome to this week’s Blonde Intelligence with me Ms. Roni, where I always seek to give you exquisite cranial repertoire. This week I have observed and read many comments pertaining to two terms. Those two terms are liberalism and...

California’s Progressive — and Expensive — Health Care Ambitions Rely on Biden Win

Angela Hart November 2, 2020 SACRAMENTO — For deep blue California, where first-in-the-nation health care proposals regularly flood the Democratic agenda, there could not be more at stake in the presidential race. If Republican President Donald Trump prevails, Democratic state lawmakers worry,...

Hospitalized? You Can Still Vote in Most Parts of the Country

Bernard J. Wolfson November 2, 2020 Johnathon Talamantes, of South-Central Los Angeles, broke his hip in a car accident on Oct. 22 and underwent surgery five days later at a public hospital near downtown. His post-op recovery will keep him in...

You have rights when you go to vote – and many people are there to help if there’s trouble at the polls

Daniel R. Birdsong, University of Dayton Despite all the challenges to this year’s election – long lines, calls for voter intimidation, baseless claims of fraud – voting is a fundamental civil right. As a political scientist who studies campaigns and elections,...

In Tamer Debate, Trump and Biden Clash (Again) on President’s Pandemic Response

From the staffs of KHN and PolitiFact October 23, 2020 In the second and final debate of the 2020 presidential race, President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden sparred over Trump’s handling of the pandemic and Biden’s plan...

Your Vote Does Count: Lemme Tell You How

Hello welcome to this week’s Blonde Intelligence with me, Ms. Roni where I always seek to give you exquisite cranial repertoire. I have heard many people say that they won’t vote because their vote doesn’t count anyway. So wrong….....

Angry Americans: How political rage helps campaigns but hurts democracy

Steven Webster, Indiana University As the 2020 presidential election draws near, one thing is clear: America is an angry nation. From protests over persistent racial injustice to white nationalist-linked counterprotests, anger is on display across the country. The national ire relates...
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Sunday Dinners Soul Food In Corona Is A Must Try! Great Food & Good Vibes.

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