(Tyler O’Neil) On Wednesday, the House of Representatives voted to impeach President Donald Trump for “incitement of insurrection.” Some Republicans joined Democrats in voting to impeach Trump. On Tuesday, the House voted to urge Vice President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th Amendment to remove Trump, about an hour after Pence had sent a letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) saying he would not do so.
(Daniel) At least 140 House Republicans have confirmed that they plan to object to the Electoral Votes on January 6th.
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(John Morse) Your home is your sanctuary. And not just yours — it’s also where your most beloved ones live. Memories are made in the home. From the smell of your significant other’s signature holiday dish to the familiar sound of your dog barking to greet you home, home truly is where the heart is.
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(Mayukh Saha) If you have ever doubted that architecture is not creative and artistic, Javier Senosiain is here to prove you wrong with his masterpiece. A hilly site near Mexico City has become the perfect place for the marvelous home that Javier constructed – a house resembling a peanut. There are green dunes and lovely trees encompassing the entire place where this peanut-shaped house fits perfectly as a home and remains almost invisible. There’s no surprise why it has drawn so much attention since 1984 – the year of its completion.
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(Mac Slavo) It may be time to start preparing for the upcoming housing market recession. All the signs that the housing market will continue to tank are rearing their ugly heads. It’s only a matter of time now.
(Michael Snyder) What goes up must eventually come down. For years, the California housing market was on the cutting edge of “Housing Bubble 2” as we witnessed home prices in the state soar to absolutely absurd levels. In fact, it got so bad that a burned down house in Silicon Valley sold for $900,000 earlier this year, and a condemned home in Fremont sold for $1.2 million. But now things have changed in a major way. The hottest real estate markets in the entire country led the way down during the collapse of “Housing Bubble 1”, and now it looks like the same thing is going to be true for the sequel.
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