A sea change occurred in that last week in February when the highly-respected Clyburn threw his support, in his best booming manner, behind Biden. It changed everything.
The bests and worsts seen this way extend to loved ones, too, affirming the kind of empathy that is the core substance of our mortal existence.
Statements from two challengers: former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden (D) and Dr. Jo Jorgensen (Libertarian Party) ahead of the general election on Nov. 3.
As the 2020 presidential election campaign entered its final week this Tuesday, fierce campaigning on both sides helped to reveal the parameters of what most Americans — as evidenced by the record turnouts in early voting — recognize to be an existential turning point.
Two weeks to Election Day 2020 in what is by far the most bizarre and troubling 365 24-hour spins through its course in our solar system in Earth’s recent (since science afforded mankind the ability to know where we are) history.
The Federalist Society and its leadership is the pivotal agency around which this conspiracy weaves its fateful web and the pliable President Trump has been more than eager to take on all its recommendations for arch-conservative choices.
Now, the White House is contaminated. The plague has zeroed in on it, threatening the lives of everyone therein. It is rife in those corridors.
It’s been over 20 years since the concept of “peak oil” was put forth in Scientific American. When the idea that the world’s oil supply might soon hit a peak was first developed, the world consumed about 63 million barrels of oil per day.
It points to the abiding point of this spectacle which was that there was no moral equivalence between what the bully-gone-wild Trump exhibited and the decorum Democratic nominee Joe Biden represented in that event.
The U.S. Civil War was really not that long ago. It started in 1860 in reaction to the outcome of the presidential election of that year, though the first bloodshed was not for a few months after.