Yang isn’t just being like that annoying Jeopardy contestant who claims his buzzer wasn’t working and that’s why he lost to James Holzhauer. According to a post-debate analysis by The Hill, Yang actually did have the least amount of speaking time out of all the candidates. The candidate had a mere 2 minutes and 50 seconds of speaking time to try and convince Democratic voters that he should be the party’s nominee in 2020, per the analysis. … [Read more...] about People are mad that Andrew Yang got the least speaking time at the Democratic debate
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CNN.com: The debate will stream live on the network’s website. CNN mobile apps: You can watch the debate on iOS or Android. CNNgo apps: Smart-TV users can stream the debate via Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire, Chromecast, and Android TV. Enjoy the debate. And if you’ve been eagerly waiting for some of these candidates to drop out of the race, maybe don’t hold your breath. … [Read more...] about CNN Democratic debate live stream: How to watch night 2 for free without cable
Does Trump even want them? Trump openly didn’t read daily written briefs as president, though he did attend in-person briefings every few days, which were known for becoming somewhat combative. This said, Trump likes status and access, and a rarified few humans enjoy this benefit. … [Read more...] about Will Trump keep getting intelligence briefings? Who decides?
What’s the situation here? Last week, Biden proposed the American Rescue Plan relief package, which in addition to direct payments to Americans in the form of $1,400 stimulus checks, includes endless chunks of funding for Congresspeople to squabble over, such as $30 billion in rental assistance, $20 billion in transit funding, and $170 billion in school reopening support. But most Americans have their eyes on those $1,400 stimulus checks. … [Read more...] about Biden stimulus update: What the new president and Senate could mean for third checks
As much as my brain has been ravaged by temporal distortion, I remember vividly the day of Trump’s inauguration. I made the trip to Washington D.C. to be part of it, to physically register my opposition. The rattled hordes marched with parade floats, like a purgatorial Mardi Gras. A scattered handful of black bloc antifascists weaved in and out of the crowd, en route to go trash some property. (Many of them racked up felony rioting charges for their efforts.) Ghoulishly ebullient MAGA Dads jeered at the lot of us to “get a job,” even though it was Saturday. … [Read more...] about What looking back at Trump’s inauguration tells us about Biden’s presidency