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Posts By Juan Teira

The End of the Pandemic?

May 26, 2021 |

It seemed that state governments were shutting down normal operations just yesterday, and we were all stuck at home. City streets had lost their hustle and bustle with animals dominating the scene. However, we have seen a tremendous shift from … Read More

Op-Ed: Let’s Not Move On

March 29, 2021 |

NOTE: This piece reflects the views of its author(s). It does not represent the views of The Commentator staff as a whole, nor is it intended to represent the opinion of Hudson Catholic Regional High School.

We might not realize … Read More

The Biden Transition

December 21, 2020 |

Election day has passed and the nation now has its President-Elect. Joe Biden was able to take back crucial states that Donald Trump took in 2016 for an electoral count of 306 to 232. Even as the winner was not … Read More

‘Tis the Season

October 30, 2020 |

With election day being five days away, there is no doubt that things will get heated as we get closer to the dreaded day. Many forecasters, like FiveThirtyEight and The New York Times’ Upshot, have former Vice President Joe Biden … Read More

Democratic Primary Frontrunner Profiles

November 19, 2019 |
  1. Former Vice President Joe Biden – Biden is currently in the lead in the 2020 democratic race, polling in at an average of 26% of voters. Biden was previously behind Elizabeth Warren in polling, but due to the recent impeachment … Read More

True Equality: Can We Achieve It?

April 15, 2019 | 1

Merriam-Webster defines equality as “the quality or state of being equal,” but how can we all be truly equal in our daily lives? We have all seen the horrors of inequality: poverty, war, racism, and so on. It is shocking … Read More