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Is the U.S. on the fast track to the left?

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“What we witness is a pendulum: a swing to the left and a swing to the right. I think in the immediate future we are going to be swinging left,” said Greg Brown (66). The teacher and politico, as he appropriately calls himself, had just finished up with his classes for the day. He was now answering my questions on where exactly this country is headed, a feat too great for the voter data on Census.gov.

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Senate Majority Leader’s home vandalized

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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., walks out of the Senate Chamber before the start of President Trump's impeachment trial last year. Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images

Senate Majority Leader, Mitch McConnell’s (R-K.Y) home in the Highlands section of Louisville, Kentucky was vandalized overnight. The vandalism occurred one day after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s (D-C.A) home in San Fransisco was vandalized with fake pigs blood and graffiti as well.

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Kentucky Attorney General granted more time to submit Breonna Taylor grand jury recordings

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Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron has been given an extension, until Friday, Sept. 2, to release the grand jury recordings from the Breonna Taylor case. The “controversial” decision, made on Sept. 23 by the grand jury, was to only indict one officer on charges that weren’t directly related to Taylor being killed.

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