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Suggesting injections of cleaning agents as a possible cure for COVID-19 is one of the most dangerous things President Trump has done in office.
With Joe Biden set to be the Democratic Party nominee, voters may be put off by his decades-long history of political gaffes, so if he wishes to win us over he must put out substantive policies.
The Bernie or bust crowd needs to grow up. Liberals can’t throw away this election too.
Despite two unsuccessful presidential campaigns, Sanders has managed to spark a fire in younger voters as they look to continue his political revolution.
Unfortunately, being sheltered at home with all the resources someone needs is not a reality for everyone. Being protected during this pandemic is a privilege not all can afford.
COVID-19’s effects on communities of color are devastating. Racial inequality is to blame.
Although younger generations will survive the virus, the people they pass it too might not. The elderly and immune-deficient are at serious risk.
COVID-19 should be something that unites the country in a common goal, not further divide us. But mainstream pundits’ coverage is more than willing to blame the president.
We need to adopt a ranked voting system to fix our embarrassing electoral process.