Governors, Senators, Mayors, Oh My! The Race for 2020 Gets Bigger

By Duane Paul Murphy The 2020 presidential primaries and the overall race to defeat President Trump are getting larger as additional candidates officially announced their candidacies. So far, almost twenty Democrats have declared their candidacy, and one former Republican governor has declared a formal exploratory committee. From federal house representatives and senators to city mayors Read More …

President Trump Meets with Leaders of Brazil and the Caribbean

By Alexander Santana Last week President Donald Trump hosted Brazil’s president, Jair Bolsonaro, and the leaders of the Bahamas, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica, and Saint Lucia to discuss economic cooperation and the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Venezuela. On March 19th, Trump welcomed the controversial Brazilian president to the White House. Elected in October 2018 Read More …

Pope Francis Allows Vatican Archives on the Holocaust to be Opened

By Alexander Santana Beginning March 2, 2020, the Vatican will allow researchers and historians to view documents held in its archives concerning Pope Pius XII and the Roman Catholic Church’s efforts to combat the Holocaust during World War II, years before scheduled. Over the decades Pope Pius XII has been accused of not doing enough Read More …

Democrats to Soon Choose Site of 2020 Convention

By Alex Santana The Democratic National Committee (DNC) will announce in the next few weeks which American city will host the DNC’s July 13-16 2020 national convention where the party’s democratic nominee will be selected. Houston, Milwaukee, and Miami are the three finalists and each have their own positive and negative attributes. Florida Democrats recently Read More …

Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders Running in 2020

By Duane Paul Murphy The independent Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders told Vermont Public Radio (VPR) that he will be officially running for president in 2020 as a registered Democrat against incumbent Republican President Donald J. Trump. Sanders announced his campaign on Tuesday, February 19th. If elected, Sanders will become the oldest president ever elected at Read More …

Trump Visits Miami and Speaks to Venezuelan Exile Community

By Alexander Santana As he spoke to about 1,500 cheering members of the Venezuelan, Cuban, and Nicaraguan exile communities at Miami’s Florida International University (FIU) on Monday, President Donald Trump said that “socialism promises prosperity, but it delivers poverty” and once again reiterated his support for Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó and the end of Read More …