Top 5 Male Music Artists (2019)

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Who is the best male music artist of the year?

This year, many good music albums were released by music artists, for example: the album Snacks (Supersize) which was released by Jax Jones and the album Can’t Say I Ain’t Country which was released by Florida Georgia Line, but, in my outlook, only a handful of music albums were typically outstanding; they managed to outshine the rest because of their musical contents. The music artists were chosen based on the albums they released this year; the releases were in a variety of musical genres, such as pop and rock. My picks of the top male music artists of the year:

  1. Backstreet Boys
  2. Bryan Adams
  3. Jonas Brothers
  4. The Chemical Brothers
  5. Marshmello
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Top 5 Female Music Artists (2019)

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Who is the best female music artist of the year?

This year, many good music albums were released by music artists, for example: the album Charli which was released by Charlie XCX and the album Head Above Water which was released by Avril Lavigne, but, in my outlook, only a handful of music albums typically excelled because the songs were generally very melodic. The music artists were chosen based on the albums they released this year; the releases were in a variety of musical genres, such as pop and pop rock. My picks of the top female music artists of the year:

  1. Maren Morris
  2. Sheryl Crow
  3. Mabel
  4. Pink
  5. Taylor Swift

The Second Night Of The Second Democratic Presidential Debates

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On Wednesday night – the second night of the second round of the Democratic presidential debates, the following politicians answered questions in Detroit: Joe Biden, Cory Booker, Julian Castro, Kamala Harris, Tulsi Gabbard, Michael Bennet, Jay Inslee, Kristen Gillibrand, Andrew Yang and Bill de Blasio. During the night, the Democratic candidates were asked questions on a range of crucial subjects including immigration and healthcare and the answers revealed their standpoints regarding those subjects.

In my outlook, Joe was the best performing candidate out of the ten because he said if a person is convicted of a drug crime they should not be making their way to prison and should instead be making their way towards rehabilitation. He said he supports the controlling of drug prices. He said he would rejoin the Paris Climate Accord. Biden also said immigrants built the United States of America. Some of the other remaining candidates had performed well too; the important points they had made are written below:

Yang said the present healthcare system (in the Untied States) makes it tougher to hire people and also treat them nicely. He said he would he would pause hostilities with Iran. He said women should be granted financial independence to improve their conditions plus start businesses. Andrew also said women do plenty of obscure and unpaid work in American society.

Meanwhile, Kamala said she supports everybody in the United States having access to healthcare. Kristen said it is the aim of the Republicans plus Trump to snatch away people’s healthcare. Jay said he supports making the country a site of refuge. Castro said he would back improvement of K-12 education. He also said he supports placing undocumented immigrants on a route to citizenship, provided that they have not engaged in a major crime.

The First Night Of The Second Democratic Presidential Debates

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On Tuesday night – the first night of the second round of the Democratic presidential debates, the following politicians answered questions in Detroit, Michigan: Beto O’Rourke, John Hickenlooper, Pete Buttigieg, Elizabeth Warren, Tim Ryan, John Delaney, Steve Bullock, Marianne Williamson, Amy Klobuchar and Bernie Sanders. During the night, the Democratic candidates were asked questions on a range of crucial subjects including foreign policy and healthcare and the answers revealed their standpoints regarding those subjects.

In my outlook, Bernie was the best performing candidate out of the ten because he said tough protections at the border will not compel an increasing number of people to come to the country in an illegal way, even if undocumented immigrants are supplied with both free healthcare and college. He said when the Democrats are in the White House, he supports bringing everybody together to discuss how to rebuild El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala so people do not have to escape from those nations.

Furthermore, Sanders said millions of Americans are either uninsured or underinsured, even though the health care industry made billions in profits the past year. He said thousands and thousands of Americans become bankrupt annually owing to medical bills but in Canada you leave a hospital without a bill. He said half of the population of the country survive from paycheck to paycheck. He also said he will not belittle the United Nations but instead bring Middle Eastern nations and nations from around the world together and make them slowly accept their differences. Some of the other remaining candidates had performed well too; the important points they had made are written below:

Beto said he supports the halting of criminally prosecuting families plus children for looking for asylum and also refuge (in the United States). He said he supports helping countries in Central America from which people are coming to look for sanctuary in the country. He said, if elected, he would bring back members of the armed forces from nations such as Afghanistan, Iraq, Yemen and Libya, during his first year as the President. He also said Donald Trump looking to ban Muslims from the shores of the United States upsets feelings.

Meanwhile, Elizabeth said, when it comes to healthcare, she supports the sliding of costs for middle class families. She said she supports the creation of a pathway to citizenship (in the United States) for people who work at farms (inside the country) plus for students who have overstayed. She said she wants to place billions of dollars inside what in the past have been black colleges plus universities. She also said white supremacy should be confronted as homegrown terrorism.

Additionally, Tim said it is not about the left or right of the political order and instead it is about new plus better. He said he supports undocumented people purchasing healthcare. He also said he supports schools plus communities having quality food. John said relationships with China who are tricking international agreements, should be improved and, when it comes to tax, those who invest to make a living should not pay less than those who are employed to make a living. Pete said the immigration problem is a stain on the country and it is a problem of amateurishness and brutality.

What Did The Second Night Of The Presidential Debates Reveal About The Democrats’ Standpoints?

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On the second night of presidential debates in Miami, the following politicians answered questions: Kirsten Gillibrand, John Hickenlooper, Bernie Sanders, Michael Bennet, Pete Buttigieg, Andrew Yang, Joe Biden, Marianne Willamson, Eric Swalwell and Kamala Harris. During the night, the (Democratic) candidates were asked questions on a range of crucial subjects which was inclusive of climate change and foreign policy, and the answers revealed their standpoints regarding those subjects.

In my outlook, Biden was the best performing candidate out of the ten because he said the United States has mammoth income inequality. He said the money which is forked out for ‘Title I’ schools should be increased; ‘Title I’ is a program which funds schools with a student population that primarily comes from low-income backgrounds.

Joe also said he supports people – with no insurance or private insurance – trading it with a scheme that is similar to Medicare. He said he spent $740mn to tackle the problem of people crossing the border (without documents) and progress to the fundamental reason why people are leaving (their countries). He said the President has equalized racists plus white supremacists with normal people. He said the foundation of America – the needy and assiduous middle class, should be revived.

The other candidates had performed well too; the important points some of them had made are written below:

During the debate, Kamala said, it must not be so that people have to work more than one job to afford food. She said she is against the deportation of a person who is inside the country without documents, if that was their only crime. Kamala also said she will broaden protection for the delay of deportation for veterans who are undocumented and also waged war for democracy (in the United States).

Meanwhile, Kirsten said she wants to involve Iran to bring stability to the Middle East; she also said she wants to take money out of politics and doing so will make it possible to fight the type of corruption which controls Washington. Michael also said something similar – that he wants to stop corruption in Washington; he also said the remaining part of the world that is interested in fending off China’s mercantilist trade ideologies, should be rallied and Donald Trump has transformed the United States border into a token of nativist hostility.

Furthermore, Marianne said the typical American is pitifully poorly educated on the history of race in the country. Yang said China has a major problem of copying America’s intellectual property but the trade war is treating businesses plus workers (in both China and the United States) unfairly; he also said Chinese lawbreaking (in trade) should be dealt with. Buttigieg said the there should be investment in national competitiveness. Sanders said Honduras is a flawed nation; he also said the Latin American country has a lot of corruption

What Did The First Night Of The Presidential Debates Reveal About The Democrats’ Standpoints?

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The first set of presidential debates were held in Miami recently and the following politicians answered questions on the first night: Beto O’Rourke, Tulsi Gabbard, Elizabeth Warren, Cory Booker, Bill De Blasio, Julian Castro, Jay Inslee, Amy Klobuchar, John Delaney and Tim Ryan. During the night, the Democratic candidates were asked questions on a range of crucial subjects including abortion and immigration, and the answers revealed their standpoints regarding those subjects.

In my outlook, Booker was the best performing candidate out of the ten because he said children will not perform well in school without healthcare and also the United States needs to have another nuclear deal with Iran; Cory also said people are fed up with living in a nation where their children have to be informed regarding managing a shooter in school. However, the other remaining candidates had performed well too; the important points they had made are written below:

During the debate, Elizabeth said she supports free child care and background checks – to curb gun crime. A very large share of American people feel the economy is performing properly but Warren argued it is doing so only for people at the topmost level and so changes should be brought in. In my outlook, Warren could not really present any compelling reason as to why changes should be brought to the economy. Elizabeth performed better on the subject of health insurance though: she said families – irrespective of whether or not they have insurance, become penniless because of medicinal bills and she also said she supports Medicare.

Meanwhile, O’Rourke said he wants people to hold the potential to meet the expense of their prescriptions. He said he supports Medicare. He said Purdue Pharma have been able to take steps with amnesty, in spite of their link to the opioid dilemma. He also said the United States (and its allies) should intervene to safeguard people who are terrorized by governments, even if the savagery does not devastate the country’s main principles and also that type of intervention will aid in the thwarting of the type of genocide which had happened in Rwanda.

Furthermore, Castro said he supports abortion (for women) and DeBlasio said, in spite of what Americans are told, immigrants cannot be blamed for their troubles. Jay said it is not correct for the CEO of McDonalds to make more than people who throw money (at McDonalds) and also, he feels climate change should be a prime concern for the United States. Tulsi said she supports keeping the environment safe. Amy said she supports making community college free. John said he supports increasing the minimum wage. Tim said, healthcare-wise, terrorists in Guantanamo Bay are treated better than children who attempt to cross the border; he also said the Democratic party is regarded as an exclusive party and there is an issue in the party of its relationship with workers which needs to be aimed at.

Academy Awards (2019) Forecasts

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The Academy Awards are a set of awards which among many things, honors actors, actresses and films, annually. It is held during awards season and is a very important set of awards. The Academy Awards are also known as the Oscars. The 91st Academy Awards will be held in the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, California; in my outlook, the following should win on the night:

Best Picture: BlackKklansman
Actor In A Leading Role: Willem Dafoe (At Eternity’s Gate)
Actress In A Leading Role: Melissa McCarthy (Can You Ever Forgive Me?)
Actor In A Supporting Role: Mahershala Ali (Green Book)
Actress In A Supporting Role: Marina de Tavira (Roma)
Animated Feature Film: The Incredibles 2
Directing: Spike Lee (BlackKklansman)
Documentary (Feature): Hale County This Morning, This Evening
Documentary (Short Subject): A Night At The Garden
Best Foreign Film: Cold War
Music (Original Score): BlackKklansman
Music (Original Song): All The Stars (from Black Panther)
Short Film (Animated): Late Afternoon
Short Film (Live Action): Skin