How Joe Biden and Mitch McConnell Work Together Could Define Biden’s Presidency

By Ryan Rosenberger With the election now in the rearview mirror, there are still many unanswered questions about what the next four years will look like under a Joe Biden administration. With a raging pandemic, economic downturn and a country that remains divided as ever, President elect Biden will have his hands full when he… Continue reading How Joe Biden and Mitch McConnell Work Together Could Define Biden’s Presidency

The Local Look

By Marianna Koonce In the 14th Illinois Congressional District, it’s looking pretty good for rookie Democratic U.S. representative Lauren Underwood. After the Associated Press called the race, she is the projected winner. Jim Oberweis has since said that he is not conceding and is exploring and would pursue “all of the legal options that are… Continue reading The Local Look

President Trump’s Post-Election Wrath Creates Delays

By Collin Clark President Donald Trump’s post-election plans to file numerous lawsuits across six swing states to overturn results were put in motion directly after the election was held on November 4. Trump’s lawsuits delayed a peaceful transition of power for almost three weeks.   The president and Republicans have filed nearly 36 lawsuits to… Continue reading President Trump’s Post-Election Wrath Creates Delays