New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced Thursday that she would be resigning, claiming she no longer has “enough in the tank to do it justice”. Ardern, while popular in New Zealand, was controversial outside of the country for her handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, and for her activity with the World Economic Forum. However, … Continue reading Jacinda Ardern Resigns: The Real Reason?
Recent rumors involving the University of Gonzaga and Chet Holmgren, the top-ranked basketball player in the 2021 high school class, were squashed Monday by a Gonzaga donor who had been accused of offering Holmgren improper benefits. Sandra DeLong, the Gonzaga donor in question, explained to reporters that it had been a case of mistaken identity … Continue reading Gonzaga Alum Clears Air Regarding Alleged Recruiting Violation Involving Holmgren
A temperance group in Pennsylvania criticized Democratic Governor Tom Wolf on Tuesday for the upcoming one-night ban on alcohol sales in bars and restaurants, arguing that the ban does not go far enough. Joseph T. Todeler, a member of the temperance group widely known as the Baptist Church, slammed Governor Wolf for only instituting the … Continue reading Temperance Group Criticizes Pennsylvania Alcohol Ban, Says it Doesn’t go Far Enough