Posts bySofia Quiñones Vilela

The Blue Wave Takes Over the Red Mirage

How Mail-In Voting Uplifted the Democratic Party Towards Victory

The 2020 election—a historical event during a historical year—has finally come to an end. After months of advertisements, constant media coverage, and candidate mudslinging—Joe Biden is the predicted winner and soon to be the 46th President of the United States—ending Donald Trump’s one-term presidency. Much like the 2016 Presidential election, everyone in the country and
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Subject: Your Package May Be Lost

How Mail in Voting Endangers the Democratic Process

November 3rd, 2020. That is the date that seems to be marked on calendars worldwide. Americans are anxiously waiting for this day as it slowly creeps closer—constantly wondering what is going to happen, are the theoretical polls going to come to life or be debunked, will this play out like the 2016 campaign? It also
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The Abraham Accords

The Newest Peace Treaty in the Middle East: Will It Actually Bring Peace?

When Donald Trump recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, the world held its breath. Shortly afterward, he moved the United States embassy from Tel-Aviv to Jerusalem as a political statement. Some applauded the president and others were fearful of a future war. Over the last three years, it seems that the president of the
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Tara Reade’s Forgotten Story

Joe Biden, Uncontested Over Sexual Allegations

The #MeToo movement has opened many doors for women – giving them a safe environment to come forward, testify, and wield the hammer of justice. Cases like Harvey Weinstein, Al Franken, and 200 more, exemplify the power women have regained to topple these men from their thrones. However, it seems the roots of the #MeToo
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