Prop. 18 can supply democracy fresh voters

Proposition 18 would allow 17 yr olds who turn 18 by election day to vote in the primary elections. Voters should vote yes, as this would be good for democracy, and give more people a choice. The politics of California also make Prop.18 even more important.

October 18, 2020
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Debates provide insight to voters

Presidential and Vice Presidential debates should continue because it gives the public more of an insight to how the candidates think.
President Donald Trump announced over Twitter that he had contracted the coronavirus along with First Lady Melania Trump. After the news of Trump getting COVID-19, Presidential Candidate Joe Biden and his wife Jill Biden received tests and the results came back negative.

October 17, 2020
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Abortion is not for men to decide

When Vice President Mike Pence was asked how he’d react if Roe vs. Wade was overturned during the vice-presidential debate this past Wednesday. He avoided the question and said that he was “unapologetically pro-life” If people really care about saving someone’s life, then they should support the pro-choice movement, since it saves a person from a lifetime of troubles.

October 17, 2020
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Companies taxes in focus with Prop 15

The world is in the midst of a pandemic and it’s time to plan for the aftermath with updated property taxes.
The state faces the biggest potential change to property taxes in over 40 years if Prop 15 passes. Property tax works like this: A property’s value reflects its property tax. If a property’s value is $300,000 and its tax rate is 1%, its property tax is $3,000.

October 14, 2020
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Halloween not lost, just changed

October 13, 2020

Halloween is not about one particular day, it’s about the holiday spirit. This spirit is prevalent and celebrated all throughout the month of October.
Nobody said that Halloween was cancelled, so there’s no need to dampen the holiday spirit.
People can still decorate their houses with spooky decorations and such, but should have a sign out-front telling people that they’re not giving out candy to prevent the spread of germs.
It seems like a buzzkill, however. Halloween isn’t going to be restrictive forever.
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Proctoring software creates concern to student privacy

Proctoring software installed on a student’s computer is entirely invasive and doesn’t help build an important part of student-teacher relationships, trust.
The Los Angeles Community College District provides professors with a proctoring software called “Proctorio” that can be used for testing during the COVID-19 pandemic.

October 5, 2020
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Numerous groups turn people violent

October 5, 2020

Black Lives Matter, Antifa, and the Boogaloo Bois seem similar, but are not and that confusion is causing everyday citizens to take up arms with scary results.
The BLM movement originated in 2013 due to the increasing number of police brutality against black people.

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Zoom is an essential working app

October 5, 2020

The video conference application Zoom, is a critical infrastructure to society because it creates a more personal approach to the outside world.
Zoom has been a crucial part to schools across the nation and other parts of the world since the COVID-19 pandemic started.

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Xbox pricing misstep

Xbox tweeted out the official prices for the new Xbox Series X along with release date.
To my surprise, it’s about $55 cheaper than last generation Xbox to come out.

September 30, 2020
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Paying COVID-19 college fees ridiculous

September 30, 2020

Colleges and universities are throwing more weight on their students by charging them extra fees during the pandemic.
COVID-19 has caused colleges all over the country to embrace virtual learning.
Some students may be stressing with this new way of learning, but they’re also stressing about tuition and fees.

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