President Donald Trump failed. He failed to keep Americans safe by underestimating a pandemic that killed more than 370,000 Americans in fewer than twelve months. He failed to build on the prosperous economy built by the Obama administration, producing the highest levels of unemployment since the Great Depression due to inaction during the pandemic. This past week, we witnessed his worst failure of all: he provoked and incited the first violent breach of the United States Capitol since 1814.
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We are nearing the end of a primary process that has galvanized our club and the country as a whole. We’ve seen it play out in debates, in caucuses and primaries, and on social media. In particular, we have loved hearing presentations at our meetings from student groups supporting each candidate.
I t’s time to talk about weed. And no, we’re not talking about last Friday night at the bio pond. It’s time to talk about the discriminatory, wasteful War on Drugs.
L et u s introduce ourselves: We are the Penn Democrats, the most active political group on campus. Each semester, we host a variety of Democratic speakers, campaign for candidates and hold issue advocacy events — all promoting our beliefs and our political party.
On a crisp Friday morning last December, children filed into schools across America. Like many of us here at Penn, they probably thought that day would be just like any other — a day of preparing for exams and anticipating the holiday break.