Tag: Vermont

NY Plans to Allow Noncitizens to Have a Voice in Politics

NY Plans to Allow Noncitizens to Have a Voice in Politics

“Every voter who’s able to turn out is good for our democracy.” – Nora Moran. There are 800,000 green card holders in New York who are authorized to work in the United States. The push for noncitizen voters was because of education as Washington Heights housed many Dominican families. With New York City’s population of 18,867,000, only under five million people have registered to vote.

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.

Wrapping Up the 2022 Winter Olympics

Wrapping Up the 2022 Winter Olympics

Two weeks of strong competition and sweat have passed. The Olympics are finally over. It brought a lot of heart and fun for those who are enjoying the competition in the Olympics. At the same time, the Olympics also brought political fights that later simmered down. The closing ceremony was held at the National Stadium in Beijing,

Hey! Are you enjoying NYCTastemakers? Make sure to join our mailing list for NYCTM and never miss the chance to read all of our articles!