Michael Bloomberg 2020 – 5 Problems | QT Politics

Michael Bloomberg 2020 – 5 Problems | QT Politics

After initially declaring he would not run for president in the 2020 election, Michael Bloomberg filled paperwork to qualify for the Alabama primary in time to meet the deadline. This action, followed soon after by fillings in other states, has prompted many to speculate that the billionaire is seriously considering changing his mind about running, […]

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5th Democratic Debate Predictions | QT Politics

5th Democratic Debate Predictions | QT Politics

The fifth democratic debate will be hosted by MSNBC and the Washington Post on November 20th, 2019. The event will be held at Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta, Georgia, making this the ‘Boo! A Madea Democratic Debate” While the debate was widely predicted to feature far fewer candidates on stage, due to higher standards set […]

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How to Impeach a President | QT Politics | Donald Trump, The Constitution, and Historical Precedent

How to Impeach a President | QT Politics | Donald Trump, The Constitution, and Historical Precedent

On Halloween Day, October 31, 2019, the US House of Representatives passed a resolution to formally launch an impeachment inquiry into President Donald J Trump, (House Resolution 660). While a number of House investigations into the president were already well underway, this measure formalized them as part of an official impeachment inquiry, and lays out […]

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CNN’s Worst Bernie Sanders Smear Yet? | QT Politics

CNN’s Worst Bernie Sanders Smear Yet? | QT Politics

The book of CNN’s worst Bernie Sanders smears has many chapters. There was Jake Tapper’s fact check in need of a fact check—in which he claimed that Bernie Sanders and AOC lied about a study, by distorting their otherwise accurate statements. There was Chris Cilliza’s epic video in which he unleashed the hackiest overwrought arguments […]

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Iran Conflict, Regime Change, and US Foreign Policy | QT Politics

Iran Conflict, Regime Change, and US Foreign Policy | QT Politics

In just one week, Iran managed to violate the Nuclear Deal twice. In early July, 2019, Iran enriched uranium beyond the purity threshold set by the JCPOA, and stockpiled more of it than allowed under the terms of the agreement. According to Iranian officials, this was a response to the US withdrawal from the deal. […]

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