How Trump Is Planning His Epic Comeback And Why it Will be The Death Of The Republican Party

House of Representative leader Liz Cheney was ousted from her leadership position in the Republican party on the 24th of May after a closed-door voice vote. This overthrow was the consequence of her continued criticism of Trump and rebuffing election fraud claims since January 6th. She was also one of the ten Republicans that voted for Donald Trump’s impeachment. On the following Sunday, the House minority leader Kevin McCarthy remarked that he could no longer defend Cheney amidst growing backlash from the party.

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David Card was awarded half a Nobel Memorial Prize in 2021 in economic sciences for his contribution to labor economics, that is, the minimum wages and employment paper that he wrote with Alan B. Krueger. 

Card and Krueger wrote the paper called “Minimum wages and employment: A case study of the fast food industry in New Jersey and Pennsylvania” in 1993. The crux of writing this paper was to find out how the employers respond to an increase in the minimum wage; since the prediction from the conventional economic theory is somewhat unambiguous

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The Hunger Games: An economic perspective. 

The Hunger games trilogy introduced the genre of dystopian young adult fiction to the 21st century generation. It set the benchmark for dystopian literature in the years to come. The book is set in the fictional country of Panem. A boy and a girl from each of Panem’s 12 districts are chosen to fight to death in a gruesome, televised tournament organised by its government. The tournament, called the ‘Hunger Games’, ends with a lone survivor as the winner. 

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The first part of this article series is dedicated to celebrating Amitabh Bachchan’s 80th birthday, this year! This will take us on a delightful ride through the evolution of Hindi cinéma from 1913 to the late 1960s, before the rise of Bachchan.

India has one of the oldest, largest and most popular film industries in the world. Hindi cinéma, popularly known as Bollywood, refers to that segment of the Indian film industry that produces motion pictures in the Hindi language.

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The Pinnacle of Indian Architecture

 Kailasa Temple, one of India’s most spectacular cave temples, was fashioned from a single, excavated stone block. The Kailasa Temple is one of the magnificent Ellora Caves’ 34 cave temples and monasteries.The caves, which are a UNESCO World Heritage Site and comprise monuments dating from between 600 and 1000 CE, are situated in the western part of Maharashtra. Although there are numerous exquisite buildings there, the megalithic Kailasa temple is arguably the best-known.

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UK Financial Crisis

The UK is currently experiencing a turbulent political and financial period. Ex-UK Prime Minister Liz Truss left office on Thursday, October 20, just 45 days after taking office, making history as the leader of the country with the shortest tenure ever. Despite her brief tenure, she had a considerable impact on the country heading for recession.

What did Liz Truss do to require her resignation from her position after just 45 days? This article will explain the UK’s economic condition, Liz Truss’ mini-budget and why it was received poorly.

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