Tag: Conservatives

Andrew Yang Leading New Centrist Political Party Forming Called ‘Forward Party’

Andrew Yang Leading New Centrist Political Party Forming Called ‘Forward Party’

In a country that barely functions on a two-party system, former Democratic nominee Andrew Yang has announced the creation of a new, moderate political party, conveniently named the “Forward Party.” Some of the current political third parties that appear on federal and state ballots include the Green Party and Libertarian Party, with each group amassing a large enough group of supporters to put their candidates up for consideration in elections, but not enough support to make any sort of significant difference or seriously overtake those running under the Democratic or Republican parties. Therefore, Americans are naturally skeptical of this new “Forward” party that seems unlikely to succeed in our extremely polarized political climate, as much as Yang and his supporters are attempting to close the large gap between the two parties and create a more middle-ground ideology that perhaps more people could relate with.

Supreme Court Blocks Texas Social Media Anti-Censorship Law

Supreme Court Blocks Texas Social Media Anti-Censorship Law

As of May 31st, the Supreme Court has blocked a law in Texas that proposed a ban on large social media companies from removing posts based on the expression of views. The order was brief and gave no reasons for the block as it was considered an emergency application. However, the case is pending a federal appeal and could return to the Supreme Court again.

Dogs Rule the Political Spectrum, Let’s Sniff it Out

Dogs Rule the Political Spectrum, Let’s Sniff it Out

65 percent of Americans own pets. The common three are dogs, cats, and fish. From the research of the University of California Press, there is a psychological identity for owning pets in a political spectrum. Conservative thinkers are more likely to have dogs than cats for pets.

Ketanji Brown Jackson Could Become the First Black Woman in the Supreme Court

Ketanji Brown Jackson Could Become the First Black Woman in the Supreme Court

American jurist and federal judge for the District of Columbia, Ketanji Brown Jackson has just been nominated to the Supreme Court of the United States by President Biden. In doing so, Biden will be appointing the first Black Woman on the Supreme Court. Jackson served as a United United States District Judge from 2013 to 2021. During her time on the District Court, jurist Jackson expressed multiple decisions against positions of the Trump administration.

Ottawa’s Protest Drives Motivation of Conservatives in America

Ottawa’s Protest Drives Motivation of Conservatives in America

Hundreds of protesters arrived in Ottawa, Canada, where they fought against the COVID restrictions. The police are telling protesters to leave. Many businesses are forced to close due to those COVID restrictions. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is banning gatherings in Ottawa to limit the spread of COVID-19. If protesters were caught bringing their children to the protest, they would receive a hefty fine.

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