African-American Women Prove To Be The Backbone of Democratic Party

In the November 2016 Presidential elections, it mustn’t be forgotten that the Democrats took a slump in the white vote; forty-three percent of white women and only thirty-one percent of white males casts voted for Hillary Clinton in the last election. The Democratic nominee’s biggest support came from African American women, who overwhelmingly supported Clinton […]

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Transgenders Receive Positions of Power On Election Night

On Tuesday, November 7, 2017, the LGBTQ scored victories for Democrats with two open-transgender candidates.  It was a history-making night for Democrats when trans-woman, Danica Roem won the Virginia House of Delegates race against, incumbent Republican, Bob Marshall, making her the first transgender person to be seated in any state legislature within the United States. […]

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Cable and TV-Pay Providers Are Worried After An Estimated Million People Cut The Cord In The Past 3 Months

2017 is on track to be the biggest loss in cord-cutting to date with people ditching pay TV at a speeding rate. Due to the collection of affordable streaming services available, people have found a reason to ditch the big bundle cable packages. Collectively, the biggest pay-TV providers are expecting a third-quarter loss of about […]

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The US and Soviet Union Cold War Battle Has Been Replaced: The Asian Space Race Heats Up As Japan Looks To Put Man On The Moon.

Japan’s Selenological and Engineering Explorer (Selene) probe agency has found an immense cave that has potential to become an exploration ground for astronauts. The cave found beneath the lunar surface by (JAXA) Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency discovered through a radar sound system orbiter is speculated to be mass and vacated. Examination of the environment can […]

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