Reviews for political die-hards of books about politicians, civil rights, Supreme Court rulings and the ever-changing Swamp.
President Vows to Protect Nazis with Own Life
August 26th (Nashua, NH) – Your rights, freedoms, and liberties are all under attack, according to the President of the United States. At a press conference held after meeting with the governor of New Hampshire ostensibly to discuss recent events in the State, the President addressed the media and others in attendance with a fiery speech about personal freedoms. Said the President:
Protesters Invited Inside the White House, Fight Each Other Instead
August 7th (Washington, D.C.) – Protestors outside the White House yesterday found themselves the recipients of a unique proposition when the President of the United States invited them inside to discuss their concerns. Unfortunately for them, a lack of cohesion in the crowd made it appear that the opportunity would slip through their fingers. How this rare opportunity to meet with the President came about and the reverberations from the entire escapade has left the protestors, law enforcement officers, and members of the federal government reeling. Details are still emerging, but this is what we know so far.
On the Eve of Independence Day, President Leads Impromptu Tour of Homeless Encampment
July 3rd (Washington, D.C.) – On the eve of the country’s birthday, the President of the United States grabbed several reporters, a camera team, a security detail, and anyone who happened to be in the hallways, and took them on a walk around the nation’s capital.
Apple Event 2023
Yes, the 2023 Apple Event is expected to take place today, and there are many rumors about what might be revealed. One of the most anticipated announcements is the reveal of the iPhone 15, which is rumored to have a new design, improved camera, and a faster processor. Other possible announcements include the new Apple Watch series, iPad Pro, and MacBook Air. We will have to wait and see what Apple has in store for us, but it is sure to be an exciting event! Are you looking forward to any particular announcements?
For Juneteenth, President Signs Executive Order to Use the "Black Test"
June 19th (Galveston, TX) – On June 19, 1865, General Order No. 3 was posted around the town of Galveston, TX, saying in part:
President's Speech at College Graduation Goes Far off the Rails
May 28th (Castleton, VT) – When the undergraduate student union at Castleton University voted to have the President of the United States be their commencement speaker, no one seriously expected the invitation to be accepted and the leader of the free world to appear before them at their little-known small liberal arts college in the middle of the woods of Vermont.
The Secret Wars the President Does Not Want You to Know About
May 14th (Detroit, MI) – Is the President of the United States a person of peace, or a purveyor of war? As details leak out from behind the scenes of the White House, the question is becoming more and more difficult to answer.
President Decrees America is the Most Communist National on Earth
April 11th (Alabaster, AL) – This past Friday, the President of the United States sat down with the largest socialist periodical in America—one that we will refrain from naming in these prestigious pages in order not to lend them any credence and legitimacy. As established during the third day of this administration, the President brought an end to the routine of daily press briefings and regular access to the White House and replaced them with a free-for-all end-of-week one-on-one bonanza. While the leader of the free world was more than happy to spend time with socialists, I would be remiss if I did not point out that the President has still not sat down with yours truly.
For Women's History Month, President Blasts the Rest of the World
March 11th (Santa Rosa, CA) – March is Women’s History Month, which started right here in Santa Rosa as just a single week in 1978. By 1980, the week became recognized at the federal level before expanding to the whole month in 1987. It was a great surprise and honor, then, that the recently installed President of the United States requested to give a speech before the Commission on the Status of Women—which founded and administered the original celebratory week—to commemorate this year’s observances.
BLACK ROCK (THE RISE AND HISTORY)
BlackRock, Inc. is an American global speculation organization situated in New York City. Established in 1988, at first as a venture risk the executives and fixed pay institutional resource chief, BlackRock is the world's biggest resource administrator, with US$8.59 trillion in resources under administration as of December 31, 2022.BlackRock works universally with 70 workplaces in 30 nations, and clients in 100 countries.BlackRock is the director of the iShares gathering of trade exchanged reserves, and alongside The Vanguard Gathering and State Road, it is viewed as one of the Huge Three file store managers.BlackRock is ranked 184th on the Fortune 500 list of the largest United States corporations by revenue.
Two Birds, One Stone
Before I begin this article, I must emphasize a few things. One, this is not a defense, nor condemnation of the actions these sailors have taken. Two, I in no way have any knowledge of their cases beyond what is publicly available. Three, this article is not intended to be your sole source of information on this case. It is but a start for more critical thinking about these cases, and others like it.
President Wants to Downsize Military, Legalize Drugs and Prostitution
February 27th (Portland, OR) – During a rare first-year State of the Union address, the President of the United States proposed a number of new, expanded, and reallocated programs. This included creating considerable controls over medical billing; investing in research that may lead to lowering the death rate related to heart disease; building massive desalination plants and filling the deserts with water; deploying more renewable and nuclear energy capabilities (along with carbon sequestration); constructing an elevator to space; and starting a two-year required national service for 18-year-olds. Of course, all of those high ideals brought up one question...