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Biden signed, sealed, and delivered a $ 1.9 trillion COVID funding package



The US president and his fellow Democrats hope the benefits of the bailout will lead to a successful election.

President Joe Biden has signed, sealed, and delivered a $ 1.9 trillion Covid funding, and they and other members of his administration are urging the United States to promote it.

In contrast to former President Donald Trump’s dramatic meandering, Biden’s strategy is part of a long-running political game to reinforce what he and the Democrats believe is great. And it is clearly designed to achieve success in the minds of the voters.

According to a poll by Politico / Morning Adviser, released on Wednesday, 72% of registered voters in the United States, including 44% of Republicans, have strong support or average support for the covid package. Meanwhile, a CBS News / YouGov poll on Sunday showed that 59% of Americans, including 45% of Republicans, believe the bill would benefit them personally.

Democratic strategist Kevin Casey told Al Jazeera that Biden is optimistic that a wave of optimism will emerge that will help him and his fellow Democrats.

District President and Vice President Camilla Harris and his wife are visiting battlefields in Colorado, Georgia, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, and Pennsylvania this week. Biden won all of these states last November, and five of them will be important contests in the Senate by mid-2022.

Despite recent reports that White House parties are losing parliamentary seats in the medium term, Biden’s group has made major changes to his party to improve them next year. The options are creating a major economic recovery that could have additional benefits in the future.

Casey believes the promising Biden’s Covid bill will help Democrats adapt to this trend. By keeping our promises, Biden is building a safe haven, which will create a buzz among voters.

But in politics, good intentions can be temporary, and many can be frustrated with this long-term strategy.

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Republicans are already under attack and are focusing on other issues, such as the growing political crisis along the US-Mexico border, rather than the grassroots fundraising campaign to combat the coronavirus.

The number of unregistered refugees, especially unaccompanied minors, is increasing, and they are not sad. “We have been able to find more people on the southwestern border over the past two decades,” Homeland Security Minister Alejandro Mayorkas said in a statement on Tuesday.

Republican leaders criticize Democrats for immigration Republicans are looking back and using this as a political tool against Democrats. The Washington Post told that we are weak in front of the border, not doing enough, and everyone is letting in. I have warned the party and the administration. Don’t let this get out of hand because what you’re trying to do is give the Republicans a hard time.

On March 17, 2021, US border guards ordered refugees to line up at the border crossing from Mexico to the Rio Grande River in Texas.

In this regard, polling stations support the Republic’s strategy. Biden’s endorsement (51% of a CNN poll last week) remains positive, but his stance on refugees has yet to be taken into account. Only 43 percent of Americans approved of the treatment, 49 percent opposed it, and most Republicans disagreed with neutrality.

The Republicans are ready to go on strike, especially since the Democrats unexpectedly won seats in the House of Representatives last November. The Republican benefits came from losing control of the White House and the Senate.

The vote criticizes the Democrats ’treatment in general of Democratic refugees who does not support democracy (“ too progressive ”or“ socialist ”) and“ socialist rights ”such as“ abolition ”or transgender people – and the Democratic Party. It looks at ways to regain control of the House and Senate in 2022.

But Democratic strategist Casey believes that Biden and democrats will have a better political debate than a Republican debate to sell to Americans next year. “The Republicans will compare. We are talking about culture wars and immigration. The Democrats will survive the end of the economy and the epidemic,” she said. If the midterm elections are held today, the Democrats will topple the Republicans.

Are Americans Really Questioning Your COVID Funding Package 20 Months After They Go To The Polls? According to some Wall Street concerns, will the economic crisis cure or will inflation start and create other economic problems? Or will the crisis or chain of crises, as Republicans want, give the Republican and Democratic bids an opportunity to breed a dog and control the House or the Senate?

Since these questions cannot be answered today, Biden and his fellow Democrats hope that his long-term strategy ultimately answers these questions in the Democrats ’favor. If not, history will repeat itself, and the Democratic Party will seek new answers as a minority party after the 2022 mid-term elections.

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This former U.N. Ambassador wants America to save the world again



Former ambassador to the United Nations and administrator for the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), Samantha Power recently expressed her wishes to bring back America’s prestige by administering vaccines all over the world. This ambitious goal requires the revival of USAID’s capacity and influence to help other nations recover from this pandemic.

Created in 1961 under the John F. Kennedy administration, USAID was an independent agency of the American Federal Government, tasked to deliver foreign aid, as well as development assistance. The agency has been a major force in providing disaster and poverty relief for low-income countries. USAID also focuses on environmental and world issues along with U.S. national interests and socioeconomic development. Unfortunately, USAID has lost much authority in the global arena after the 60’s, as governments started focusing on other

Last month, Samantha Power was confirmed as administrator for USAID through a 68-26 vote by the U.S. Senate. Even though this is her first time working for the agency, her experience in the humanitarian field and as a diplomat is most valuable for the government. Her wisdom working as a U.N. ambassador under Obama’s term, back to her beginnings as a war correspondent in Bosnia is a beacon of light in these dark times.

Power believes that this dream to, once again, bring American aid to poor nations could become true if USAID “is unleashed to design programs around getting vaccines into arms in countries where we’ve worked for generations, for 60 years.” She also believes that, unlike China which relies heavily on big funding, USAID will instead utilize a more grassroots approach. 

The cooperation between the private sector and non-governmental organizations, will be a powerful force behind this project. Because America is a free country where information flows without oppressive regulations, the internet will be an important tool in disseminating information.

During her remarks at her USAID welcome ceremony, she shared her experiences and the struggles that she has witnessed all over the world. Citing America’s remarkable role during times of global adversity.

“I saw it firsthand during the Ebola outbreak that ravaged West Africa in 2014 and gripped the rest of the world in fear.  It was America’s willingness to step into the breach and deploy a whole-of-government effort with USAID at its core that changed the world, that moved the world.  Because America led, because USAID led, the United States was able to rally a coalition of 60 countries to contribute on the ground and secure 134 co-sponsors for a resolution at the UN  Security Council, declaring the epidemic a threat to international peace and security,” Powers said in her speech last April.

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This Democrat Thinks Defunding the Police is a Wrong Idea



The unfortunate events last May 25, 2020 which led to the death of George Floyd at the hands of a few irresponsible policemen, sparked an endless stream of protests on the streets. It was a chaotic season that has drowned out the underlying coronavirus crisis. Aside from the trending fad that is “Black Lives Matter,” the other famous battle cry was “defund the police.” 

NY City mayoral candidate Andrew Yang said in a debate yesterday, that defunding the police isn’t the right approach in New York. He also stressed that these cops need to be told that their city needs them. Fair enough, America is full of good policemen and women on duty, doing their best to protect the citizens by being on the lookout for criminals. For Yang, removing the bad apples while giving the better ones the needed appreciation and motivation, is the correct thing to do.

“The first thing I’d do as mayor is go to our police force and say that ‘Your city needs you. Your city needs you to do your jobs professionally, responsibly and justly.’ But the police are going to be a core way for us to address the public safety concerns that so many New Yorkers have. And let me be clear, defund the police is the wrong approach for New York City,” said Yang.

Andrew Yang suggested reforming the country’s policing methods, which will include forming anti-violence units within the community. These units will be used to enforce safety, by searching for mischievous elements and preventing them from further creating trouble. 

“These are some of the practices that would help make our people safer, but you have to start by saying to the police very clearly that you are vital to our city’s recovery because there is no recovery without public safety,” Yang stated.

The issue of police funding is a hotly debated topic today and an issue that is not very easy to solve. We do understand that crime can only be prevented if society starts from the root by giving young people better options in life. We know that the world is a better place when compassion takes over violence. However, evil is everywhere today and sometimes force is necessary to prevent or pacify that which could hurt innocent citizens.

The best thing to do is to improve the training of the police force. Perhaps they can revise their ways of handling and de-escalating threatening individuals. Providing them knowledge and training is of utmost importance and that too will require a great deal of funding. 

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Lockheed Martin Withdraws F-16 Crew from Iraqi Air Base



Due to recent militia rocket attacks, U.S. defense contractor Lockheed Martin will withdraw their F-16 fighter jets’ maintenance crew from Balad Air Base in Iraq. Balad is the base of the Iraqi Air Force and is situated in the Sunni Triangle, 40 miles north of the capital city of Baghdad.

“In coordination with the U.S. government and with employee safety as our top priority, Lockheed Martin is relocating our Iraq-based F-16 team. “We value our partnership with the Iraqi Air Force and will continue to work with the Iraq and U.S. governments to ensure mission success going forward,” Lockheed said in an official statement.

Back in February 2020, Lockheed also pulled out their workers from the same airbase after top Iranian commander Maj. Gen. Qasim Soleimani was killed in a U.S. drone strike in Baghdad. Fears of retribution and prolonged conflict with Iran, prompted Lockheed to secure their team under the State Department’s guidance.

For the past months, other federal contractors have already withdrawn from the region. This information was divulged in a Defense Department Inspector General report that was published recently. There is a huge possibility, according to sources, that Lockheed will continue to assist the Iraqi air force remotely.

Back in November last year, the White House made an announcement that thousands of troops will be withdrawn from Iraq and Afghanistan while a force of 2,500 crews will remain in both countries. Donald Trump’s administration back then, wanted all remaining American troops out by the spring of 2021.

In an interview with the media, national security adviser Robert O’Brien said “by May, it is President Trump’s hope that they will all come home safely — and in their entirety. I want to reiterate that this policy is not new. This has been the president’s policy since he took office.”

About 7,000 American service members were killed since the war in the middle east commenced as a result of the 9/11 attacks on American soil. During his presidential campaign in 2016, Donald Trump made a promise to end the conflict in Iraq and Afghanistan. 

He delivered well during his term, however, the process is a complicated one that requires a lot of effort. Aside from the fact that a total pullout of troops would take a long time to undertake, there are still many legitimate dangers to contend with, even during less chaotic times in the middle east. 

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