Category: Politics

Prince Philip Dead: Buckingham Palace says Duke of Edinburgh has passed away

Prince Philip Dead: Buckingham Palace says Duke of Edinburgh has passed away

LONDON – Prince Philip his Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh has passed away at the age of 99. Buckingham Palace confirmed earlier this morning. The Palace says that he peacefully passed away at Windsor Castle. The Prince had quite a long life that stretch over a century, starting with his birth as a member of the Greek royal family […]

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US To Hit 100 Million Vaccine Goal on Friday

US To Hit 100 Million Vaccine Goal on Friday

Weeks ahead of the original target date, President Joe Biden’s goal of injecting 100 million coronavirus vaccinations, is set to happen Friday. The U.S. is in the position, with its three currently authorized vaccines to vaccinate the entire adult population just 10 weeks from now. In this position the U.S. is now able to start lending out supply of the […]

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21 states making an effort to sue Biden for pulling the permits of the keystone pipeline

Attorney Generals from 21 states are suing the Biden administration for pulling the permits of 12,000 mile long keystone pipeline. The states argue that revoking the permit is a “regulation of interstate and international commerce” and can only be revoked like all other statutes. That is if congress agrees through bicameralism. The attorneys general says the Biden administration has a […]

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Minnesota Senate Republicans Counter Walz Budget Proposal

Minnesota Senate Republicans Counter Walz Budget Proposal

Senate Republicans in Minnesota released a two-year budget proposal Tuesday in response to Democratic Governor Tim Walz’s proposal in late January. Walz’s original proposal includes tax increases on the wealthiest Minnesotans and large companies. The new proposal has no tax increases in order to help balance the state’s budget. This proposal comes to around $51.9 billion and it includes $591 […]

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BREAKING: Joe Biden declared winner

BREAKING: Joe Biden declared winner

It has been declared by various outlets including the Associated Press and NBC News that former Vice-President Joe Biden has won the 2020 Presidential race and will serve as the 46th president of the United States alongside vice-president elect Kamala Harris. The win comes after states like Pennsylvania and Georgia turned from red to blue over the week after mail-in […]

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St. Cloud Senate Race: who has your vote?

St. Cloud Senate Race: who has your vote?

This fall in St. Cloud there are two primary candidates running for the senate seat in district 14. First up is the incumbent republican Jerry Relph. Relph has been the senator for the St. Cloud area since winning the district back in 2016 by defeating democrat Dan Wolgamott. Relph was born in Boston, but attended college at Carleton and has […]

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President Trump

BREAKING: President and first lady test positive for covid-19

Earlier this morning President Donald Trump announced that he has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus along with his wife Melania. This could be a large health risk to the President, as he sits in on of the more risky age categories for contracting the virus. He is 74 years old which is the category with the third most amount […]

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Biden VP selection panel

Tuesday night, former Vice President and Democratic candidate Joe Biden shared he expects he will have a VP selection panel formed by May 1st. this panel will help vent out the potential candidates to make a narrower candidate list. Biden said this list will be made in July. Biden’s campaign has discussed about announcing his pick before the convention in […]

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Minnesota GOP convention moved to online

Minnesota GOP convention moved to online

The Minnesota state republican party is moving its convention to an online format as the stay at home order continues statewide. The convention was originally slatted to be from May 15-16 in Rochester Minnesota. Minnesota State Chair Jennifer Carhanan stated that: “Our state convention is comprised of more than 4,000 dedicated grassroots activists from around the state, and as we near […]

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Governor Tim Walz signs Alec Smith Insulin Affordability Act

(Minneapolis, MN) On Tuesday the Minnesota Legislature approved the Alec Smith Insulin Affordability act, which gives diabetics emergency access to Insulin if they cannot afford it. The House passed the bill 111-22 while the Senate approved it unanimously. The Insulin Affordability Act nearly passed last spring but a compromise in the bill made it fall apart in the final hours […]

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