Voting is a responsibility, do not throw away your voice in 2020.
John Bolton’s accusations of Trump are damning, Republican’s blocking of his testimony even more so.
The ubiquity of the internet defines the previous decade’s politics and gave rise to “The Twitter President.”
Political engagement is hard, so much of the world is dark and scary and depressing that it can be tempting to just look away. But this isn’t something we can afford to do.
Four women embark on deeply personal journeys to win seats in Congress.
Turning Point USA promoted Culture Shock! Tuesday with signs reading “Socialism Sucks.”
The event will feature guest speakers discussing conservative views in politics in University Student Union Beach Auditorium April 9.
For many American citizens, the seven-year-long civil war raging in Syria seems like a distant reality floating in the background of domestic affairs. As for myself, I find it difficult to ignore the injustices committed against the people of Syria and America’s frustratingly stale attitude toward them. If it wasn’t[Read More…]
Growing up in the U.S., we all learn about the Constitution and the 27 Amendments that make up the laws of our country. Many have caused controversy over the years, with the Second Amendment being the target of scrutiny as mass shootings become more prevalent across the nation. While wanting[Read More…]
After President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address, the Democratic Party had an opportunity to respond with someone who the party felt could motivate voters. Instead, it chose to rely on the past and one of its most popular political families by choosing Massachusetts representative Joe Kennedy III. Kennedy,[Read More…]
Did your parents ever say you could be anything you wanted when you grew up, even president? Well, if your last name happens to be Clinton or Bush, your chances are high. If and when former first lady and Secretary of State Hilary Clinton and former Florida Governor “Jeb” Bush[Read More…]