Jan 6th Insurrection Organizers Remain Uncharged

Jan 6th Insurrection Organizers Remain Uncharged

One year ago, U.S. Democracy was violently attacked as hordes of so-called patriots stormed the Capitol building in Washington D.C. The FBI has diligently pursued those who participated in the darkest day of former President Trump’s presidency. So far, 738 for their part in the Jan. 6th insurrection have been charged, but the organizers — […]

Asian Americans’ Rapidly Growing Political Influence

Asian Americans’ Rapidly Growing Political Influence

One of Chicago’s fastest-growing populations is Asian Americans. Despite their number, there is no majority ward in the city, but the upcoming redistricting could soon change the makeup of the Chicago City Council. Advocates in Chinatown are calling for the new ward map to include this segment of the population, which would allow residents to […]

Gavin Newsom and Democracy Victorious Over Division-Driven Repression

Gavin Newsom and Democracy Victorious Over Division-Driven Repression

Gov. Gavin Newsom survived the California Gubernatorial special recall election. With 69 percent of the vote tallied at 3:30 a.m. EDT on Sept. 15, 2021, the tally is 64.7 percent to 35.3. Newsom thanked the state’s citizens in his victory speech, but his address seemed designed for the nation. He listed the policies affirmed by […]

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