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Markey drafts resolution to reverse FCC on Net Neutrality

Markey drafts resolution to reverse FCC on Net Neutrality

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Ed Markey (D-MA) drafted a Congressional Review Act resolution to reverse the FCC decision to repeal Net neutrality. Congressional Democrats and proponents of an open Internet plan to fight the FCC decision. “We will fight the FCC’s decisions in the courts, and we will fight it in the halls of […]

Blog reconstruct underway!

Blog reconstruct underway!

Times have changed drastically in the last few months and promise to be full of dramatic twists and turns in the near future. Due to all of the flux, I’ve decided that the blogs need to be outfitted and equipped to withstand the turmoil ahead. Therefore, both the Changing Climate and the news Blog will […]

Firestorm of controversy; police union fires back at local newspaper

Firestorm of controversy; police union fires back at local newspaper

Stonington, CT – The Westerly Sun editorial staff took some heat on Monday after posting a controversial cartoon to its editorial page. The Tribune Content Agency (TCA) clearinghouse editorial cartoon shown above as posted by the local newspaper The Westerly Sun set off a firestorm of controversy in the close-knit, New England communities the local publication […]

Headliners at DNC: First Lady Michelle Obama’s commanding speech

Headliners at DNC: First Lady Michelle Obama’s commanding speech

The First Lady delivered her last speech as a resident of the White House. Video Courtesy CNN/Youtube “I wake up in a house every morning that was built by slaves.” ~ Michelle Obama,First Lady of the United States of America Michelle Obama’s speech at the Democratic National Convention on Monday was a show-stopper for Democrats […]

Hillary Rodham Clinton is the Democratic nominee for President of the USA

Hillary Rodham Clinton is the Democratic nominee for President of the USA

Philadelphia – It is official. Hillary Rodham Clinton, the former Secretary of State and First Lady to her husband President Bill Clinton was nominated as the Democratic nominee for President of the United States. The first woman to be nominated to an executive level position by either party, Clinton was victorious as Tuesday evening’s delegate […]

From the desk: Thanks for your patience as I transition back from the Examiner platform

From the desk: Thanks for your patience as I transition back from the Examiner platform

I wanted to take a moment to thank all who followed my reporting on the Examiner.com platform throughout the last year. With your help and in a very short time, I was able to vault myself to Top Examiner status locally, regionally (a special shout out to BOSTON) and nationally. Unfortunately, for myself and many […]

Boston Police patrols double up in wake of Baton Rouge killings

Boston Police patrols double up in wake of Baton Rouge killings

— Boston Police Dept. (@bostonpolice) July 17, 2016 Boston, MA – Massachusetts leaders on Sunday reacted to reports of the tragic ambush-style killings of 3 Baton Rouge police officers at approximately 9 a.m. The Boston Police Department (BPD) quickly responded to the tragic accident, doubling up patrol officers throughout the city. Three Baton Rouge officers […]