Ace Watkins: Gamer for President
Somewhere in between the Presidential campaigns of major candidates like Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, and Joe Biden is a candidate that approaches the political world in an unorthodox fashion. Ace Watkins is a Presidential candidate whose platform focuses on video games and how we can use them to our... Read more
Elizabeth Warren is fighting for a better future
Elizabeth Warren is prepared to fight back against corruption. The Senator from Massachusetts hosted a rally at the Nashua Community College on Wednesday in preparation for the New Hampshire primaries.  Education is the most important aspect to Warren as a former educator.  She is hoping that her platform will... Read more
Joe Biden heckler shows up at Bernie Sanders rally
By Jack Anderson and Irelyne Lavery. A heckler who was previously seen loudly interrupting former Vice President Joe Biden’s rally in Nashua, NH on Tuesday afternoon also appeared at the Bernie Sanders rally in Milford, NH Tuesday, evening.  Will Turbitt, a self-described “political atheist” with a YouTube channel, disrupted... Read more
Kobe Bryant: Cultural icon
By Jack Anderson What was it that made us feel so heroic when we said “Kobe!” as we shot an object into a trash can? How did Kobe Bryant become such an icon that we yell his name as we shoot in pickup games, or fool around in the... Read more
The Notorious is Victorious in return
‘The Notorious One,’ Conor McGregor, came out fast and furious at the UFC Saturday night, as he fought for the first time since October 2018. McGregor, 31, broke Donald ‘Cowboy’ Cerrone’s nose with a flurry of shoulder strikes in the clinch. He then blocked a patented-Cerrone head kick before... Read more
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Impeachment Inquiry into Trump goes public
At today’s first public impeachment hearing, a witness testified that President Donald Trump cared more about his own political interests than about Ukraine’s welfare. Bill Taylor, the top U.S. diplomat in Ukraine, disclosed that a member of his staff overheard a July 26 phone call in which Trump asked Gordon Sondland,... Read more
Trudeau wants to avoid confrontations with political opposition
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will seek to avoid big confrontations with other parties when he unveils plans for his new minority government next month, the leader of an opposition party said today. The news comes after a one-on-one meeting with Bloc Quebecois leader Yves-Francois Blanchet. Trudeau’s Liberals lost their parliamentary... Read more
Skedline News – Nov 6
Regina Yohana has today’s top stories. Read more
Scheer’s Conservative leadership top topic of  caucus meeting
Federal Conservative leader Andrew Scheer is meeting his caucus for the first time since losing the federal election. The Conservative leader and his party won 121 seats on Oct, 21, a number far below expectations. The Liberals won a minority government with 152 seats. Scheer will face tough questions... Read more