Campus Politics

On Campuses, Who’s in Charge?

June 29, 2017 Benjamin Decatur 0

By Benjamin Decatur Milo. Shapiro. Coulter. D’Souza. Murray. We have all heard the story by now: student groups on college campuses invite prominent conservatives to speak, only to see them shouted at, mocked, and in some cases […]

U.S. Politics

Donald Trump and the Policy of America Last

June 23, 2017 isaac.simon 0

By Isaac Simon President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris Accords earlier this month represents America’s regression in progressive economic policy. Although, not surprisingly, Trump’s speech in the rose garden […]

U.S. Politics

Sanders’ Destitute Estate

June 21, 2017 ryan.sweeney 0

By Ryan Sweeney In a Senate Budget Committee hearing recently, Senator Bernie Sanders engaged in a heated exchange with White House Budget Director Mick Mulvaney. Sanders berated Mulvaney for the White House’s proposal to repeal […]

U.S. Politics

A Tale of Two Nations

June 21, 2017 brandon.colligan 0

By Brandon Colligan Congressional gridlock, the election of Donald Trump, increased distrust of our institutions. All are telling of the greater divide of American society that has been increasingly evident for over two decades. Polarization […]

U.S. Politics

In Defense of Principle

June 19, 2017 Chloe Davis 1

By Chloe Davis “Moderation in the protection of liberty is no virtue; extremism in the defense of freedom is no vice.” That was Barry Goldwater in his 1964 acceptance speech of the Republican Party’s nomination […]

U.S. Politics

The Party of Reaction and Inaction

June 19, 2017 micah.rate 0

By Micah Rate Over the last eight years, the Republican Party voiced its disapproval of former President Barack Obama and the Democratic Party’s progressive policies. Republicans in Congress claimed that if given the U.S. Senate […]