Past politicians, legislation and political movements have changed the course of history in ways both big and small. Welcome to our blast to the past.
President to Apply "Nutritional Facts Labels" to Foreign Countries
January 20th (Washington, D.C.) – As an emotionally drained and exhausted crowd looked on, the freshly installed President revealed the last of ten Executive Orders to kick off the new administration. People who had expected to attend a party celebrating the first independent leader of the free world since George Washington were shocked to find the Inauguration Ceremony cut short and themselves made witness to the President’s irreversible and world-shattering agenda, one that some are calling reckless and dangerous. But not even disarming America’s nuclear capabilities, pulling troops out of strategic locations around the world, or letting terrorists run free were as thoughtless and perilous as what happened with this final Executive Order.
Brazil is the largest country in South America and the fifth largest country in the world by area. It is located in the tropics, and its climate is hot and humid. The country has a population of over 210 million people, making it the fifth most populous country in the world. Brazil is a federal republic, and its capital is Brasília.Nouman YousafPublished 14 days ago in The Swamp
The United States has been shaped by a long line of remarkable leaders who have guided the nation through times of triumph and adversity. These presidents, with their vision, courage, and dedication, have left an indelible mark on American history. This article pays tribute to some of the best presidents of the United States, highlighting their significant contributions, leadership qualities, and lasting legacies.Kenneth ArgüelloPublished 14 days ago in The Swamp
How does Brazil plan to navigate a Third World War?
Brazil might appear to be far distant from any genuinely global wars, but the most powerful nation in South America is currently at a turning point that may place it in the sights of either the US or China in a third world war.
A Bill for Reparations is Being Considered in California, But It’s Exclusively For African Americans
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Russia: Prigozhin Calls for Rebellion
Has he gone too far for his own health and why is he risking it? Or is it just disinformation with a fake video to cause more confusion in Moscow?James MarineroPublished 17 days ago in The Swamp
Unraveling the Quirks: 10 Funny Facts about Donald Trump
Love him or loathe him, former President Donald Trump has undeniably left an indelible mark on modern politics and public discourse. Known for his unique personality and unconventional style, Trump has provided plenty of moments that have both amused and bewildered the world. In this lighthearted article, we delve into ten funny facts about Donald Trump, showcasing the lighter side of his persona and offering a glimpse into some of his more amusing moments.Gokul NathPublished 18 days ago in The Swamp
America Has Always Been A Pretty Unrealistic Utopia
The United States of America is both a country and an ideal. The Declaration of Independence put forth the principle that we would be a country where "…all men are created equal" and that citizens would have certain "unalienable Rights [such as] Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness." It is a declaration claiming that all citizens are entitled to certain rights under the law because some of our founders thought they were intrinsic to the human condition.Alex Mell-TaylorPublished 19 days ago in The Swamp
Full Citizenship Extended to American "Nationals"
January 20th (Pago Pago, American Samoa) – “While the territories of the United States debate whether they wish to be a State or not,” the President demurred, “I, unfortunately, cannot grant them the full Constitutional rights to which they are entitled due to the Supreme Court finding again and again that only some rights apply to the outlying possessions of the United States.”
Secret history of tamil Tamil is perhaps of the most seasoned enduring traditional language on the planet, with a rich history and social legacy. Its starting points can be followed back to the Indus Valley Human progress, which prospered around 2500 BCE. Tamil composition, otherwise called Tamizh, has a set of experiences that traverses multiple thousand years, with its earliest scholarly works tracing all the way back to the third century BCE.vinoth kumarPublished 26 days ago in The Swamp
FK and the Unspeakable: A Gripping Exploration of Power and Conspiracy
JFK and the Unspeakable: Why He Died & Why It Matters Author: James W. Douglass Genre: Non-fiction, History Click Here Today Get Your Own Copy Today!Product CityPublished 26 days ago in The Swamp
Race to the 51st State: Puerto Rico vs. D.C. vs. Everywhere Else
January 20th (San Juan, Puerto Rico) – Since the time of Christopher Columbus, the island-territory now known as Puerto Rico has never been independent and free. For hundreds of years, it remained a Spanish colony until the United States “liberated” it in 1898. After that, it endured as a territory of the United States federal government despite multiple attempts to change the status quo in any number of ways. Yet, perhaps it is different this time and Puerto Rico really will finally become a State, or sail off as its own sovereign nation.