Native American Heritage Day and Month

Native American Heritage Day and Month

Former President Barack Obama designated the Friday after Thanksgiving Native American Heritage Day in 2009 according to Native Hope on Nov. 25, 2020. After the H.J. Res. 40 was signed, Obama stated, It is important to understand the rich culture, tradition, and history of Native Americans and their status today, and to appreciate the contributions […]

Federal Judge Rejects Republican Lawsuit to Invalidate Mail-in Ballots

Federal Judge Rejects Republican Lawsuit to Invalidate Mail-in Ballots

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court the latest Republican lawsuit seeking to invalidate all mail-in ballots in the state. On Nov. 28, 2020, the court’s opinion rejected the motion to reverse the state’s vote certification. The court was unanimous in deciding against the Petitioners. Five of the seven judges believed that since the Republican’s lawsuit was filed […]

‘How the Grinch Stole Christmas’ a Holiday Delight

‘How the Grinch Stole Christmas’ a Holiday Delight

A staple and delight, “How the Grinch Stole Christmas,” reaffirms the reason for the holiday season. Interestingly, Dr. Seuss, the author of the children’s story, lost his zest for Christmas, which inspired him to create the beloved character — the Grinch. It would be remiss to mention Santa Claus, Scrooge, and not the Grinch during the […]

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