Things you need to know what happened July 25 House Jan. 6 committee to interview more Trump Cabinet members The House select committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol attack said Sunday it would interview more members of former President Donald Trump’s Cabinet, as well as other prominent supporters. The committee also is prepared toContinue reading “The Week from 2022 July 25 – July 31”
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NYT selection of articles for the first part of June
From now onwards we are pleased to offer you also some selection of articles from an American newspaper with standing, worthy of your attention.
An answer to gun violence according two American pastors
The only reasonable way to have lesser accidental, as well as shootings on purpose, is to limit access to weapons, though in the States one can find pastors who claim the reason for such violence is that people left God.
Stories the Week brought to you from 2022 May 26 – June 01
Every Thursday the weekly news magazine with editions in the United Kingdom and United States The Week looks at what happened in the previous week and presents a broad spectrum of political viewpoints.
Christian nationalism is shaping a Pennsylvania primary — and a GOP shift
After the failed attack on the Capitol, Trump is now trying to get even more people behind him and is looking for all possible means to convince the people through others that he is the best man for the next presidency. Certain conservative Christian groups, such as Thursday Night Patriots, are therefore eagerly used by Trump’s supporters, who want to strike home with their hate speech against Americans who think differently.
How many innocent people have still to be killed before Americans are going to restrict the purchase of weapons through rules
After yet another shooting incident in which innocent children and adults died, it is high time for the American people to rise up against the powerful gun lobby, which has become so entrenched in the political sphere that they are actually the ones making the rules in the country.