The Hmong are known as an ethnic group from Laos. They technically don't have a home country for several sad reasons. The Hmong people are unique in their own many special ways, from going through so many hardships to making their culture one of the most beautiful cultures out there. The Hmong are their own people, they are neither Chinese nor Lao, but to learn more about them, enjoy this educational writing about the Hmong.
Isn't it surprising to see a President attend the March for Life event? But how do you feel about the President expressing his values on pro-life? Many people sees this as a bad thing for his image and campaign, even politicians themselves. But as everyone knows, Trump isn't like any of President. He will shout loud and clear about his opinions and values.
The U.S. is finding a way to reintegrate Hmong refugees back to Laos. There is no explanations as to why, but just on how they are going to make it happen: by using the U.S. tax money. There are so many conflicted emotions going on between several different groups of people, but of course, especially the Hmong community. There's many unfair actions and judgements that all we can do is fight back and stand up for ourselves.
International climate change negotiations may appear fruitless and frustrating, but there is hope for action in the state of Wisconsin following the recent COP25 and the first meeting of Governor Evers’ Task Force on Climate Change. It is important to see state and local governments stand up for climate action despite the federal government’s clear disengagement during this critical time.
Sonia Suter of The Baltimore Sun posits that political fallout from recent state laws banning abortions as early as six weeks into pregnancy will result in a Supreme Court that is reluctant to consider appeals to overturn lower courts' decisions that find them unconstitutional — much less reconsider Roe v. Wade.
Francis Wilkinson of Bloomberg News writes that Democrats can't win impeachment — or the 2020 election — without first winning the war for truth. That, she says, will take consistent, methodical highlighting of Trump's ethical and policy failures. And Mueller's testimony before Congress.
Patricia Murphy, from CQ Roll Call, outlines five reasons that Nancy Pelosi and other Democratic leaders who were in office when House Republicans voted to impeach Clinton in 1998 are hesitant to begin proceedings against Donald Trump.
Even if impeachment proceedings are brought against Trump in the House of Representatives, writes Scott Martelle, the Senate is unlikely to convict him, which he says would end up empowering the president. The best way to get rid of Trump, he says, is to vote him out of office in 2020.