Move over, Nancy Pelosi. Could Donald Trump become speaker of the House?


A motel patron shoots and kills the owner over a pool pass

A view from the street of the motel where an owner was shot over a pool pass
Image Source: NBC Connecticut 

The summer heat got to a motel patron, who shot and killed the owner of the establishment during an argument over a pool pass. 

The  proprietor, 30-year-old Zeshan Chaudhry, apparently attempted to charge the guest, 31-year-old Alvin Waugh, $10 to use the pool instead of the $5 that Waugh was offering. 

“Mr. Chaudhry did not take the money,” authorities said. “There was a verbal argument that ensued after that.”

Apparently Chaudhry demanded that Waugh leave the premises. That’s when the suspect went to grab his gun. 

“It sounds like the victim began to antagonize him,” police said. “I don’t know if he knew that he had a gun.”

Waugh shot Chaudhry multiple times and fled to the woods. What happened next?

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The “Great Resignation” is here. What that means for businesses (and you)

In what’s been dubbed the “Great Resignation,” a whopping 95% of workers are now considering changing jobs, and 92% are even willing to switch industries to find the right position, according to a recent report by jobs site 

Already, a record 4 million people quit their jobs in April alone, according to the Labor Department.

At the same time, there are more opportunities for job seekers — with the Labor Department reporting a record 9.3 million job openings as of the latest tally. 

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Move over, Nancy Pelosi. Could Donald Trump become speaker of the House?

A photo of Nancy Pelosi watching Donald Trump speak
Image Source: Doug Mills-Pool / Getty Images

Step aside, Nancy Pelosi. A new speaker of the House could take the floor in 2023: Donald Trump. 

Yes, you read that right. Rumors are swirling that Nancy Pelosi not only may lose her coveted speaker of the House title, but she could lose it to her arch enemy Donald Trump. Latest reports suggest Trump might be interested in running for a seat in the House in a bid to get back to the White House. 

The rumors had fuel added to the fire when Trump held a campaign style rally last week. It was the first rally he’s held since leaving the White House earlier this year. 

But is Trump truly interested in a House seat, and more importantly, the speaker of the House role? If so, what is his path to get there and could he really dethrone Nancy Pelosi as speaker?

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If this sounds like an unattainable dream, you need to know that it’s very possible. All you need is persistence and a plan. Here’s how to do it.

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A psychologist gives insight into the four styles of parenting and which style works

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Since children do not come with manuals, parents often struggle to raise mentally strong, well-rounded, and successful kids. Some parents are strict, while others are lenient. Some are vigilant, while others are distant.

If the question ″what type of parent do I want to be?” has ever crossed your mind, it helps to understand the basics of different parenting styles. There are four styles of parenting. Each style has different effects on children’s behavior and can be identified by specific characteristics. This is what you need to know about each style.

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