US Election 2020

Episode:5 | Interview with Nadeem Zaman

In this episode of the Free-Thought podcast, we speak to Nadeem Zaman, a Bangladeshi-American author about the duality of his identity and what it means to be brown amidst the racial tensions of modern USA.      

Long Waits by Design: Early Voting Suppression in 2020

  I waited in line for three hours to vote because I can afford to take time off to exercise my civic duty. For those with class privilege, in-person voting is, at worst, an inconvenience. The intentionally crafted obstacles to vote in person have made the practice challenging if not widely inaccessible to those without …

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The American Election: Past, Present & Future

The voting has already started in many states, and millions of people have already voted by mail or by in-person early. And, the state administration and voting rights advocates continue to fight over voting access, acceptance, and counting. With a large amount of mail-in voting, it is very likely that the outcome of the election …

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Voting in 2020

Trump isn’t any stranger to a good old fashioned scandal —  from multiple allegations of sexual assault to the revelation that he pays next to no taxes, to the numerous links between Russia and the Trump campaign that serve as evidence of collusion with the Russians during the 2016 election. Despite the endless list of …

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US Elections 2020

The conditions are very different from 2016, the prognosticators and pundits insist. Trump has been eroding support from suburban voters, seniors and independents. Additionally, there are not as many undecided at this stage of the race as in 2016. The tribal nature of the current environment has folks locked into their red and blue teams. …

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US Elections 2020: Towards Democracy or Authoritarianism?

The USA has never been as polarized as it is now. The election of President Obama in 2008, the first black President, brought out the anger in the racist segment of the white community. They helped propel a white nationalist President Trump into office in 2016. Now the pendulum is about to swing the other …

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