Maria Maresca Staff Columnist
The year of 2020 has been a political whirlwind and caused Americans to question the very origins of our great nation.
Worldwide, we are undergoing unprecedented times as a pandemic sweeps the globe, economic hardships proliferate, riots and protests unfold in the streets and political polarization intensifies as the election nears.
In a time of national uncertainty and unmitigated chaos, the Republican National Convention (RNC) acted as a beacon of hope for the future and was a much-needed reminder of who we are as Americans, where we came from and where we will go.
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The Democratic National Convention kicked off Aug. 17 and conveyed a predominant mantra of destruction and disarray directed not only at President Donald Trump’s time in office but at our country’s basic principles.
The onset of the COVID-19 coronavirus brought an entirely new mindset for Americans to digest as tensions heightened and restrictions increased across the country.
As the race for the democratic nomination progresses, candidates former Vice President Joe Biden (D) and Sen. Bernie Sanders (D- Vermont) continue to go head-to-head to make a lasting impression on the American public.
The United States and the actions of President Donald Trump and Congress are, as a whole, being watched closely by the worldwide media.
In contemporary America and across the globe, there has been an increasing concern and widespread practice of bias in the media when discussing politics. The media has become an undeniable influence in current times thanks to easy use and convenient accessibility.
The current Democratic front-runners in the 2020 presidential race, Amy Klobuchar, Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden, and Pete Buttigieg, each hold common ground on one particular policy: Raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour.
The State of the Union Address certainly was a newsworthy event, but for all the wrong reasons.