82 vs. 18 to End Shutdown – The American Resistance now led by only 16 Senators

Giovanni LoPiccolo Darkness looms over the nation, the shadow of filthy rich oligarchs hangs low over all our heads, even those in the government. This darkness, this pure evil, is embodied and enshrined by the Republican Party. For one second of your life, do not think of your party affiliation. Conservative or liberal, Democrat or Republican, take a moment to be silent and think. Will … Continue reading 82 vs. 18 to End Shutdown – The American Resistance now led by only 16 Senators

School shooting shakes Kentucky

One student was killed and seven others were left wounded after a gunman opened fire inside the Marshall County High School in Benton, Kentucky. The suspect is currently in custody, according to the states Governor, Matt Bevin. The FBI and ATF agents are on scene to help with the investigation. The motive is still unknown at this time. Update: Two students are confirmed dead from … Continue reading School shooting shakes Kentucky

Turkey continues aggressively shelling Syrian Kurds

Turkey has continued its aggressive shelling of Kurdish militia positions overnight on Friday in northern Syria with the Syrian People’s Protection Units, or YPG, with the militia claiming that 70 shells struck Afrin.  Ankara considers the Syrian Kurds a terrorist group in league with the PKK, a widely condemned Kurdish terror group active in Turkey’s southeast, and has said for months it would clear YPG … Continue reading Turkey continues aggressively shelling Syrian Kurds

Canada co-hosts major North Korea talks

Canada and the United States co-hosted a daylong summit for foreign ministers on the North Korean crisis, with delegates from 20 countries meeting in Vancouver to discuss increased sanctions and a peaceful, diplomatic resolution. Analysts described the conference, which notably did not include China and Russia, as an effort to reinject diplomacy into a political situation that has only increased in tension and danger. The gathered countries … Continue reading Canada co-hosts major North Korea talks

Trump ends immigration protection for over 200,000 Salvadoreans

The Department of Homeland Security announced on Monday that it would not renew the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) that had been granted to more than 200,000 people of El Salvador residing in the US. Said status had been conceded after the devastating earthquakes that hit the Central American country in 2001, which killed more than a thousand people and left many others without a home. … Continue reading Trump ends immigration protection for over 200,000 Salvadoreans

What does America Need Now, Opportunist or Progressive?

  Giovanni LoPiccolo   On January 5th, 2018, the Daily Beast posted an article called “The Trouble with Kirsten Gillibrand”. Kirsten Gillibrand is the junior Senator from New York of the Democratic Party, and the problem with this article by the Daily Beast is not their targeting of a fellow New Yorker; it’s the message. Kirsten Gillibrand is seen as a the prodigy and next … Continue reading What does America Need Now, Opportunist or Progressive?

Al-Assad air-strikes in rebel-held area kill 17

At least 17 civilians were killed – four of them children – and more than 40 were injured on Saturday in a day of airstrikes in the Syrian region of Eastern Ghouta, according to the White Helmets volunteer rescue group. The same organization reported dozens of government airstrikes in the area, as the government accelerates its offensive to take control of the last rebel-held territories … Continue reading Al-Assad air-strikes in rebel-held area kill 17

Donald Trump ends Presidential Advisory commission of Election integrity

After only eight months of signing an executive order creating the presidential Advisory commission of election integrity, President Donald Trump has abruptly ended it. Stating that now the department of homeland security will be in charge of investigating the election fraud. Remind you in the eight months of this commission being around they have found no evidence of a election fraud and therefore is making … Continue reading Donald Trump ends Presidential Advisory commission of Election integrity

Iranians hit the streets to protest

Thousands of Iranians have taken to the streets in order to protest against the difficult economic situation, rising fuel and food prices and corruption. Demonstrations began in the north-eastern city of Mashhad on Thursday evening and have since spread to several other major cities around the country. In Tehran, protests turned violent as students clashed with police. Two protesters have died of gunshot wounds. According … Continue reading Iranians hit the streets to protest