Night two of the Democratic Primary debates had more political heavy-weights than night one, but the little guys made sure to stand out. They all debated the same issues, ranging from taxes to healthcare to immigration, and the sparks flew all over in the second round.
While campaigning, fundraising, and rallying of their supporters has had candidates on the campaign trail for months, the race for the 2020 Presidential election started last night for many Americans, with the first Democratic Primary debate of the election. It showcased ten of the twenty-four Democratic candidates in the running for their party’s nomination, and it truly allowed those who had not been on the national radar to make a statement for themselves. The debate was chock-full of policy ideas, sidestepping, and as always, members of the debate not understanding the rules (which I’m sure made one popcorn eating Georgian happy). But enough of my babbling, let’s get to the debate!
On Tuesday, the fifth of February, the Berkshire chapter of the Sunshine Movement held a casual viewing of a Green New Deal discussion. Composed of various chapters, the Sunrise Movement spans the entire length of the nation and has devoted itself to “stop climate change and create millions of good paying jobs across the nation.” Sunrise implements the increasingly common practice of spreading awareness through social media and various forms of community outreach. By distributing power equally among the organizations members, the Sunrise Movement markets itself as completely democratic.
This week Garrison Funk and special guest Max Bernstein discuss the NFL championship games, Super Bowl, Antonio Brown, Carson Wentz, and more! Join us each week for new content revolving around the NFL and Simon’s Rock sports. CW: foul language
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The Jaguars have gone from 12-4 and a few plays away from Superbowl LII to 5-11 and the cellar of the AFC South yet again. During the preseason, many pundits were picking the Jags to make the Superbowl, riding the backs of one of the best defensive units in the league in 2017. The Jags defense wasn’t the problem though, finishing 2nd against the pass and 5th in total defense this year. The offense, however, is a different story, and it all started in the 2018 offseason.