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7 Ways To Supplement Your Bachelor Nation Obsession

Rachel Lindsay, this year's Bachelorette, has been winning our hearts ever since she got out of the limo on Nick Viall's season. Now that her season is coming to an end, many Bachelor Nation fans are looking for a way to supplement their obsession. Sure, there's Bachelor in Paradise starting August 14th, and certainly another [...]

Why I Went From Anti-Gun To Pro-Gun

I grew up as a left-wing progressive, and held those views until my early twenties. My journey to the right began with issues like feminism and abortion. From there, I started to see the larger truths behind conservative economic principles, freedom, and liberty. Despite my willingness to take a more [...]

Scripture Sunday | 1 Timothy 6:12

In the ever-changing political climate, everyone is fighting for something. Whether it’s the pro-life movement, 2nd Amendment rights, or national security - one thing’s for certain. If your fights aren’t fought by or through your faith in God, they shouldn’t be fought at all. Paul wrote in 1 Timothy, “Fight [...]

The Ultimate First Apartment Checklist

Moving into your first apartment can be scary. Whether you’re living with roommates, friends, or on your own, there’s always a fear that you’ll forget something important, and only realize you need it when it’s not there. Since moving is already stressful enough, here’s a list of some items you [...]

8 Habits Of Successful Women

Let’s face it, it is so easy to fall prey to never changing up your normal everyday routine and habits. In fact, it is important to take advice from others and use that advice to make yourself better. Successful women know that cultivating good habits is imperative to continual success. [...]

6 Best Crime Podcasts (That Aren’t Serial)

I love true crime. One of my parents worked in the criminal justice system so I’ve always been around crime stories. This casual dinner conversation sparked my interest in the learning about world of crime as a kid and I ended up graduating college with a degree in criminal justice. [...]

5 Things Every Woman Can Learn From Representative Elise Stefanik

Representative Elise Stefanik made history in 2014, becoming the youngest woman ever elected to the United States Congress. She represents New York’s 21st District. Before heading to the Hill, Stefanik spent her 20’s working in President George W. Bush’s White House and managed Paul Ryan’s debate preparation when he was [...]

9 Mistakes Recent College Grads Make When Looking For A Job

Growing up you’re told that getting a college degree is the key to a well-paying job and successful life. If you’re a recent or upcoming college grad, you know that it is rarely that simple. Job hunting is stressful. You’re in your early twenties trying to figure out what you [...]

6 Books to Read To Prepare You For Your Liberal Campus

It's no secret that today's college campuses are bastions of liberal indoctrination and conservative hatred. What is a college conservative to do? Should we forgo college all together and jump right into the business world? Maybe, but let's be honest, that path isn't for everyone. We cannot simply allow the [...]

5 Ways To Keep In Touch After Your Internship Ends

The summer is winding down. Soon, you’ll be leaving your internship and going back to campus. You had a great summer at a wonderful place of employment and you don’t want to lose any progress you made. If you’ve really enjoyed your summer internship, you want to make sure you can [...]

Breaking Down The Venezuela Crisis

Venezuela is a land rich in oil and other natural resources, giving it a leg up in the business and trading world. In fact, it was even once the richest country in South America. Unfortunately, for the past 22 years, Venezuela has been in a steady decline. Oil demands have [...]

The Hypocrisy Of Left’s Treatment Of Conservative Women

To conservatives, modern feminism and historical feminism are two completely different theories. The former is something most conservatives don’t support. The reason that many conservatives don’t identify as modern feminists is because more often than not, conservative women are not included in the protections given to liberal women in the feminist [...]

6 Lessons About Leadership We Can Learn From Ronald Reagan

Reagan is remembered today as almost the perfect model of a conservative. He was a faithful man who advocated for small government, tax reform, and peace through strength. Reagan wasn’t successful just because he was an advocate for conservative ideals, he was successful because he knew how to lead a [...]

REVIEW: How To Be A Bad Ass At Making Money

Jen Sincero, the author of the best-selling self-help book You Are a Badass: How To Stop Doubting Your Greatness and Start Living an Awesome Life, is back with another “badass” book. This one is called You Are a Badass at Making Money: Mastering the Mindset of Wealth. It promises to [...]