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United Nations Security Council Disapprove of Proposed Israeli Construction

| 01/09/2017 | 0 Comments
United Nations Security Council Disapprove of Proposed Israeli Construction

The U.N is under a great deal of pressure after Secretary of State John Kerry, representing the United States, delivered an opinion related to one of the United State’s most controversial relation conflicts: the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The Security Council of the U.N is an assembly of fifteen members that gather to discuss and vote on […]

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Donald Trump’s First Battle

| 12/18/2016 | 0 Comments

On Monday December 19 the Electoral College’s 538 electors gather in their respective state capitol to vote for president. What is usually just a formality has become a little more complicated this year. With Trump’s controversial stances, his loss of the popular vote, the abundance of fake news that circulated during the course of the year, […]

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Cast of Hamilton Asks Mike Pence to “Work on Behalf of All of Us”

| 11/27/2016 | 0 Comments
Cast of Hamilton Asks Mike Pence to “Work on Behalf of All of Us”

On Friday, November 18th, Mike Pence, the Vice President-elect, went to see the renowned Broadway musical with his family. As he walked in, he was met with a mixed response. Some people cheered while most others booed. During the play, the audience acted as an average audience would be expected to act. The crowd cheered especially […]

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President-elect Trump’s Astonishing Path to Victory

| 11/14/2016 | 0 Comments
President-elect Trump’s Astonishing Path to Victory

 Media pundits can agree upon the fact that the 2016 election will most definitely be considered one of the most memorable political races in world history. The Democratic and Republican nominees battled in a tough race within their parties, and with each other throughout late 2015 and almost the entirety of 2016. Two campaigns with […]

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Thousands of Anti-Trump Protesters Take to The Streets of Major U.S. Cities

| 11/14/2016 | 0 Comments
Thousands of Anti-Trump Protesters Take to The Streets of Major U.S. Cities

After a surprising presidential election, many people were unhappy with the result. Understandably, people are angry, upset or just plain confused at how the United States elected a person known for calling Mexicans rapists, proposing a ban on Muslims immigrating to the U.S, and threatening to deport millions of undocumented immigrants. To show their discontent […]

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Hills West and the Supreme Court: What Do We Know?

| 11/10/2016 | 0 Comments

The 2016 election is quickly hitting our beloved high school in many ways. One of these ways, and arguably the most important one, is in the Supreme Court. This brings up the question of whether or not students thought this was important, here’s what we found out. First off, let’s discuss what’s going on with […]

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Trump and Clinton in a Dead Heat after the Final October Surprises

| 11/04/2016 | 0 Comments
Trump and Clinton in a Dead Heat after the Final October Surprises

The political war of October was a battlethat Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton fought with perseverance. As obstacles were thrown in both of the candidates’ paths— Trump’s alleged sexual assault acts and Clinton’s leaked emails on Wikileaks— both candidates incorporated these flaws in their campaign attacks. Donald Trump attacked Hillary Clinton for having a “two-faced” […]

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(SOTW) Philippine President Denounces US

| 10/29/2016 | 0 Comments
(SOTW) Philippine President Denounces US

On October 20th, at a conference in Tiananmen Square, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte declared his intentions to undergo a “separation” with the Philippine’s long-term ally, the United States. Ever since chaos has ensued. The conference in which the Philippine president declared his intentions proceeded a meeting with the Chinese President, Xi Jinping. It is very […]

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