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Trump’s successful trip through Asia

Commentary by Dermidio Juez-Perez President Trump’s five-nation trip throughout the Asia Pacific region, which concluded on Nov. 14, was intended mainly to accomplish two important objectives for the United States. First, it was designed to improve U.S. relations with America’s Asian allies. Secondly, it was intended to curb North Korea’s growing nuclear threat. The White House said the president’s trip …

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Congressmen Cleaver and Duffy Introduce Bill to help Families

The Family Self Sufficiency Program provides opportunities to reach financial and educational goals  (Washington, D.C.) – This week, Congressman Emanuel Cleaver, II (D-MO) and Congressman Sean Duffy (R-WI) introduced H.R. 4258, the Family Self Sufficiency Act, a bipartisan bill that would update and improve the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Family Self Sufficiency (FSS) program.  “Growing up in public …

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Democratic victories reflect party’s diversity

The Nov. 7 election results reflect the diversity within the Democratic Party. Election Day marked some historic state and local victories for the Democrats. Some of the diverse types of Democrats who won included the following: *Michelle De La Isla: The Topeka, Kan., mayor-elect went through several hardships before pursuing her political career. Born in New York and raised in …

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Congressman Cleaver Releases Statement Regarding Church Mass Shooting in Texas

Congressman Emanuel Cleaver, II released a statement following the tragic mass shooting Sunday at The First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas. “When these horrific mass shootings take place over and over again, it leaves me empty and numb, but it also motivates me more than ever to demand change. The repetitive outcomes of innocent lives taken without reason, in …

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Trump wants to end diversity lottery visa program

By Chara CNN reported recently that President Trump met with his cabinet at the White House and expressed his desire to end the diversity visa lottery. “I am going to ask Congress to immediately initiate work to get rid of this program, diversity lottery,” Trump stated. “Sounds nice. It is not nice. It is not good. It hasn’t been good, …

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H -1B visas: As uncertain as the rest of Trump’s administration

President Trump ran his election campaign by promising big changes to America’s immigration system. And since becoming president, many of the actions his administration has taken has made an already broken system even worse.   One example has been the H-1B visa program – a program Trump harshly criticized. However, little has been done to it, as the Trump administration failed …

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Ending NAFTA would bring considerable consequences

Commentary by Tere Siqueira President Trump keeps threatening to withdraw the United States from NAFTA. He should reconsider and withdraw his threat instead. Withdrawing from the agreement with Canada and Mexico, which took effect in 1994, would produce serious economic and social consequences, including the following: *It would negatively affect the bilateral cooperation against drug trafficking and illegal migration: Mexico …

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Bipartisan effort underway to continue health insurance

Compiled from Media Reports Healthcare costs might not increase as dramatically as some healthcare experts and average Americans had thought. As multiple news agencies reported, President Trump signed an executive order on Oct. 12 to cease providing federal government subsidies for health insurance. News agencies also reported that the order sent waves of concern through the health insurance industry, with …

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Bannon plays the blame game on “60 Minutes”

Commentary by Dermidio Juez-Perez Steve Bannon’s recent interview on the TV program “60 minutes” was alarming. It’s scary how different my reality is from his. The following are some of the most alarming – and controversial – statements that President Trump’s former White House chief strategist made during the interview: *While referring to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and House …

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Ex-CIA agent raising money to buy Twitter, kick off Trump

Some people are getting fed up with how President Trump uses Twitter. Those people include Valerie Wilson, a former CIA agent who set up a GoFundMe campaign to become the largest shareholder on Twitter and ban Trump on the social media platform. As of this writing, the campaign had gathered donations from nearly 3,000 people in 13 days, adding up …

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