Ohio governor candidate is a 5 time Jeopardy champion

Democrat Richard Cordray is running for governor of Ohio, facing off against Mike DeWine (Republican), Constance Gadell-Newton (Green), and Travis Irvine (Libertarian). Richard Cordray is a 5 time Jeopardy champion, all victories of which came in 1987. Jeopardy is a television game show where people answer questions assigned a dollar value, and are potentially rewarded money if […]

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$75 million in electric bus rapid transit funding received in Albuquerque

The spending bill passed by the USA ‘s federal government in March promised funding to help fund Albuquerque’s electric bus rapid transit system. The hope is that Albuquerque Rapid Transit (ART) will open fully sometime in winter. This bus rapid transit system has been in construction for about 2 years, and it opened partial service […]

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Hopefully the $200 million in former government donations to Palestine can go to fix pipes in the USA.

The mayor of Evansville, Indiana, the third largest city in the state, says that the city government has $729 million it has to spend over the next 2 and a half decades to replace the water and sewer utilities in the city (https://howeypolitics.com/Content/HPI-News/-HPI-News/Article/HPI-Interview-Mayor-Winnecke-touts-Evansville-s-progress/39/123/17959). Meanwhile, millions of dollars in donations are going to places where I think many […]

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Anyone in government who says that infrastructure repair isn’t sexy needs to read this.

One main reason that I left the area of the USA that I did, was because of the not so good infrastructure. For example, there were many water main breaks in different parts of the water system at different points during the year, there would be boiler advisories in different areas of the metro area […]

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I might vote for Mike Braun, but I’m not happy about it.

Mike Braun is the Republican candidate for federal senate for the state of Indiana in this election. He has been allowing such immature attack ads to be put forward, and I’m embarrassed that I might be voting for him. I also want to know what makes him so different than other Indiana Republicans at the […]

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If you want people who don’t want to be in the USA to leave, you need to help change this one thing.

Some people watch the people who are kneeling for the anthem, or celebrities who wanted to leave when Trump won, and thought to themselves that these people should just leave if they don’t like it. There is a massive barrier preventing them from doing that which involves too much government intervention, especially if the people […]

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Here’s an angle that could get democrats on board with stricter immigration rules.

There are some democrats in the USA who look to Canada for what they consider good public policy, for example with healthcare policy. Canada’s immigration system is something that the USA could aspire to be closer to, and saying the phrase, “We should have our immigration system like Canada’s,” might make democrats more willing to […]

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Here’s how the #WalkAway campaign can influence politics right now

Many of the people who are part of the #WalkAway campaign have amazing stories to tell about how they came to join the movement. People who are part of the campaign can influence politics a great deal right now by contacting their representatives at the local, state, and federal level, and share their stories with […]

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