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From: Mr-Boston
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Added: 30.01.2021
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The week began with an outstanding, uplifting, and inspiring State of the Union address by the President before a joint Congress. Among the House delegates were a gaggle of Democratic congresswomen dressed in white who insist they are strong, independent, capable, and worthy to lead. They stood, clapped, or sat in unison at signals from Speaker Pelosi who sat behind the President, mouthing words to some imaginary friend and moving her mouth reminiscent of someone on psychotropic drugs. Message: I am woman -- hear me meow chasing the laser red dot.

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Founded in as a coalition opposing the extension of slavery into Western territories, the Republican Party fought to protect the rights of African Americans after the Civil War. Supporters of George Washington and Alexander Hamilton , who favored a strong central government and a national financial system, became known as Federalists. By contrast, Secretary of State Thomas Jefferson favored a more limited government. His supporters called themselves Republicans, or Jeffersonian Republicans, but later became known as Democratic-Republicans. In the s, the issue of slavery —and its extension into new territories and states joining the Union—ripped apart these political coalitions. During this volatile period, new political parties briefly surfaced, including the Free Soil and the American Know-Nothing parties.

The First Political Parties

The Republican and Democratic parties of the United States didn't always stand for what they do today. During the s, Republicans, who dominated northern states, orchestrated an ambitious expansion of federal power, helping to fund the transcontinental railroad, the state university system and the settlement of the West by homesteaders, and instating a national currency and protective tariff. Democrats, who dominated the South, opposed those measures. After the Civil War, Republicans passed laws that granted protections for Black Americans and advanced social justice. And again, Democrats largely opposed these apparent expansions of federal power.
Jumped in the cab Here I am for the first time Look to my right and I see the Hollywood sign This is all so crazy Everybody seems so famous. Get to the club in my taxi cab Everybody's lookin' at me now Like: Who's that chick that's rockin' kicks? She gotta be from out of town. So hard with my girls not around me Its definitely not a Nashville party 'Cause all I see are stilettos I guess I never got the memo.

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