AuthorA. Voice

A. Voice is a freelance writer and amateur political enthusiast. She is passionate about motivating people to exercise their voting power toward affecting the changes needed to make this world a cleaner, safer, more equitable place for all. Her educational background includes a BA in Communication and a lifetime of informal, self-directed study across a wide range of subject areas.

Judge Pushes Mar-a-Lago Docs/Espionage Act Case to May

Following a request by Trump’s legal team to push the trial date back indefinitely, U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon responded by setting a May 20, 2024 trial date. This is instead of the original tentative date set in August and of the December 11, 2023 date proposed by the Department of Justice (DOJ). It seems that Cannon, a Trump appointee, chose to split the difference. Whether this...

Not a Drill: The Future of American Democracy & Freedom Depend on You

In a bone-chilling piece published in The New York Times yesterday morning (July 17, 2023), the goals of Trump's plans for a second term are clearly laid out and will bring an end to life as we know it. What is that goal? "...[T]o alter the balance of power by increasing the president's authority over every part of the federal government..."

Happy 4th of July 2023: Celebrating the Erosion of American Rights & Freedoms

As we head into the 4th of July holiday weekend, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) once again gives us even less reason to feel the least bit celebratory. In sweeping rule, SCOTUS rules for Christian web designer’s free speech over LGBTQ+ protections Supreme Court strikes down Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan Divided Supreme Court outlaws affirmative action in...

Tentative trial date set in Trump documents case

U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon sets a tentative trial date of August 14 for the Trump classified documents case. The case will be heard in the federal Southern District of Florida, a federal jurisdiction known for its “rocket docket” that pushes to begin trials much faster than other jurisdictions. The procedural order requires that all pretrial motions be filed by July 24 and sets...


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