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Past articles by Eric:

Jeep Pauses Springsteen Ad Following DWI Arrest Report

The unity-themed Jeep commercial featuring Bruce Springsteen appears to have been removed from YouTube, only days after it aired to the millions of Americans watching the Super Bowl. The ad, titled “The Middle,” appeared on YouTube for several days, and was one of the most-watched commercials of the Super Bowl on YouTube, according to Deadline. It’s […] → Read More

Trump Says He Will Take COVID-19 Vaccine At ‘Appropriate Time’

President Trump said Sunday that he will take a COVID-19 vaccine at an "appropriate time,” but that he is not currently scheduled to take the Pfizer vaccine. → Read More

Pelosi Announces Speakership Run Amidst Dem Caucus Turmoil

Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) officially informed her Democratic colleagues on Thursday that she plans to run for Speaker of the House again for the → Read More

Biden Says Moving Forward With Barrett Nomination Before Election Day Is An ‘Abuse Of Power’

During remarks on Sunday, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden accused Republicans of engaging in an “abuse of power” for moving forward to fill the → Read More

Tulsi Gabbard Says She ‘Was Not Invited To Participate In Any Way’ At The Democratic Convention

Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI), who infamously blasted Senator Kamala Harris (D-CA) on the 2020 primary debate stage last summer and went on to outlast her campaign by months and earn two delegates in the process, says she was not invited to attend the Democratic virtual convention this year. Gabbard revealed the apparent snub on Thursday […] → Read More

Report: Pelosi Compares Dem Relief Bill, GOP Proposal To Zoo Animals ‘Unable To Mate’

Republican and Democratic officials are struggling to negotiate a fourth coronavirus relief package amidst a soon-expiring July 31 deadline for the boosted unemployment benefits, and a gap between the policy ideas being proposed by either party. The struggle is so big, in fact, Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) reportedly compared it to trying to breed a […] → Read More

Washington Post To Start Capitalizing ‘Black’ And ‘White’

The Washington Post announced on Wednesday that it would begin capitalizing the words “black” and “white” when used to refer to a person’s skin color. According to the Post, the decision to capitalize the term “black” recognizes and acknowledges both “the cultural bonds and historical experiences shared by people of African heritage” and the “shared […] → Read More

Feinstein: States Without Mask Mandates Should Have COVID-19 Relief Withheld

Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) vowed Thursday to push individual states toward adopting a mask mandate by introducing a legislative amendment in the Senate to prohibit states without mask requirements from receiving federal coronavirus relief in the next round of funding. “Research shows that masks reduce transmission of the coronavirus,” said the California senator. “CDC Director […] → Read More

Media Outlets Describe Trump’s Rushmore Speech As ‘Dark’ And ‘Divisive’

After President Donald Trump delivered a forceful defense of American principles and ideals at Mount Rushmore ahead of the Fourth of July weekend, mainstream media outlets have characterized the president’s speech as divisive. Under the headline “At Mount Rushmore, Trump Digs Deeper Into Nation’s Divisions,” the Associated Press reports that the president “dug deeper into […] → Read More

Report: At Least 54,000 Coronavirus Deaths Linked To Nursing Homes

While only 11% of confirmed coronavirus cases have been linked to nursing homes and long-term elderly care centers, Americans living or working in nursing homes have accounted for approximately 43% of coronavirus-linked deaths, according to The New York Times. The Times, which has compiled a database of COVID-19 cases, reports that about 12,000 nursing homes […] → Read More

Romney Predicts Trump Headed For Re-Election, Won’t Say Who He’ll Vote For

Senator Mitt Romney (R-UT) predicted on Wednesday afternoon that President Donald Trump will win against presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden, an election that he believes will also allow the Republican Party to keep its slim Senate majority. “I’m confident that we will keep the majority in the Senate. And I actually have long predicted the […] → Read More

‘Wearing A MAGA Hat Should Never Endanger Your Life’: Georgia Dem Backs Hate-Crime Law For Political Affiliation

State Representative Vernon Jones (D-GA), who made a cross-party endorsement of President Donald Trump earlier this year, wants the Georgia legislature to consider political affiliation, real or perceived, as a protected class for a hate-crime bill under consideration by the state senate. “Political affiliation should be a protected class, right alongside race, gender, and religion, […] → Read More

Activists Pressure Los Angeles To Seize Hotels For The Homeless

Back in early April, California Governor Gavin Newsom announced Project Roomkey, an initiative to use local and federal funds to check homeless people into empty hotels amidst the coronavirus pandemic. But over a month later, homeless activists in Los Angeles, the state’s largest city, have grown impatient with the city’s slow progress. According to the Los […] → Read More

Three Charged In Death Of Dollar Store Security Guard After Mask Dispute

Three suspects have been charged with the first-degree murder in the death of Calvin James Munerlyn, the 43-year-old Family Dollar security guard from Michigan who was shot in the head Friday after allegedly telling a woman she was required to wear a mask in the store. According to the Genesee County prosecutor’s office, police say […] → Read More

California Cities Vote To Sue Governor For Closing Their Beaches

The cities of Huntington Beach and Dana Point have voted to take legal action against the state of California after Governor Gavin Newsom (D-CA) said he would close all beaches and state parks inside of their cities and the rest of Orange County. According to The Los Angeles Times, Huntington Beach voted 5-2 in a […] → Read More

Michigan Governor Extends Emergency Order After Legislature Votes To Sue Her

Governor Gretchen Whitmer has rebuked the Republican-controlled Michigan House of Representatives — which declined to extend the governor’s emergency measures and instead voted to sue her for unauthorized use of power — with three executive orders that will extend the state’s emergency declaration until May 28. When combined together, the three executive orders extend Whitmer’s […] → Read More

Mayor Who Blasted California Beach Ban Responds After Governor Appears To Stand Down

San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer (R-CA), who criticized Governor Gavin Newsom (D) after a memo circulated claiming that Newsom would announce statewide beach closures, has taken to Twitter to condemn “knee-jerk policies” after the governor appeared to stand down in favor of a more narrow policy. “Great news: The Governor heard us. San Diego beaches […] → Read More

Los Angeles Store Owner Says She’s Spent $20,000 In Legal Fees In Fight To Stay Open

Businesswoman Natali Mishali, 30, says that she’s spent over $20,000 in legal fees in a bid to open up her store in Los Angeles, despite the city shutting it down in early April and charging her for violating the public health order. According to The Los Angeles Times, Mishali is the owner of a downtown […] → Read More

California Orders Review Of Deaths ‘Back As Far As December’ After February COVID Cases Discovered

California Governor Gavin Newsom (D) has ordered coroners across the state to review deaths “back as far as December” after officials in Santa Clara County found that two residents died with coronavirus in early and mid-February, well before the first officially recorded coronavirus death in the country, which was previously believed to have occurred in […] → Read More

Report: Pelosi Bashed Trump Administration’s Actions As ‘Almost Sinful’ During Conference Call

During a conference call with House Democrats on Monday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) reportedly bashed President Trump’s coronavirus response multiple times. Multiple sources on the call told Politico that Pelosi repeatedly returned to the subject of bashing Trump. In particular, the House Speaker took issue with the Trump administration’s promise to provide widespread coronavirus […] → Read More