Day: January 9, 2018

4 Parts US Compromise for Dreamers

“By the time the Tuesday discussions came to a close, lawmakers had agreed to focus on a narrow plan that includes four main components: a permanent solution for DACA recipients, border security and reforms to the diversity-visa lottery program and what the President calls “chain-migration,” or when immigrants sponsor relatives

Port: 2018’s First Common Council Meeting

A new law and numerous resolutions were approved Monday, Jan. 8, 2018, by the 2018 Port Jervis Common Council.

Poetry Response to a Friend’s Article

Is Print Media really dying? Either way, I’m already crying. No way the few papers are lying. No doubt for this fact     Time’s Up. Reverse of Times, sign a planet’s dying. Read Danielle Corcione’s article here.

Journalists Stay Strong for Fake News Awards

POSTED BY MARTIN KICH The following news release has been issued by the Committee to Protect Journalists: As U.S. President Donald Trump announces his “Fake Media” awards, the Committee to Protect Journalists names its global Press Oppressors—world leaders who use rhetoric, legal action, and censorship to try to silence their

Things Blogging Has Taught Me…

Originally posted on MakeupManiac:
After 2 years of blogging, i’ve learnt quite a few things along the way and in today’s posts i will be sharing with you some of them so let’s get into it! Organization Skills I will start of with this point because personally this is one…

Useless Executive Orders, “Great, Great” Broadband

President Donald Trump bragged to the American Farm Bureau Association convention in Nashville, Tennessee on Monday that two new executive orders he’s signed will help solve the lingering problem of terrible rural broadband speeds. According to the Reuters account, the orders make it “easier for the private sector to locate

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