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The Case for Paying Interns

Internships, while always a hot topic for college students, has risen to prominence in the news cycle as of late. In early 2018, the Department of Labor changed their policy surrounding unpaid internships in for-profit companies. More recently, congressional funds were set aside for the 2019 fiscal year to allow [...]

How Should American Healthcare Be Reformed?

Introduction If you’re reading this, you probably find the American healthcare system to be incredibly confusing--and it is! Between confusing words like Medicare and Medicaid, complicated economic explanations, and politicians yelling at each other over the subject, it’s no wonder that most young Americans choose to stray away from the [...]

Meet Trump’s New Pick For Attorney General, William Barr

The Friday news dump is real. On December 7th, about a month after announcing the resignation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Matt Whitaker's appointment as Acting AG, President Donald Trump has finally announced a more permanent replacement for the role. In fact, he's already been through the confirmation process [...]

Remembering George H.W. Bush through His Own Words

On Friday, November 30th, the world lost America’s 41st President, George H.W. Bush.  He is known for his incredible accomplishments throughout his military, business, and political careers.  Bush was the youngest pilot in the U.S. Navy during World War II and flew 58 combat missions, having a near death experience. [...]

5 Books To Read About George HW Bush To Honor His Life

As the country mourns the loss of the 41st President of the United States, we look for ways to remember who he was as a statesman, a father, and a man. Bush 41 lived an absolutely remarkable life, as an ambassador to China, leader of the CIA, vice-president, and then [...]

4 Lessons We Can Learn From President George HW Bush

In light of President George H. W. Bush's passing, it is time reflect on some valuable lessons all should apply to their personal and professional lives. President George H.W. Bush is known around the world of how he treated all people, and not just to those who supported him. In [...]

6 Things To Know About Christmas At The White House

Like it is for most households around the country, the most wonderful time of the year at the White House is filled with joy, traditions, and extensive planning. Check out these fun and festive facts about Christmas at one of the most well-known houses in the world! The first White [...]

Harvard Student Forced Out Of Apartment For Legally Owned Guns

Washington Free Beacon reported Friday that a Harvard University graduate student was asked to move out of her apartment during finals week, after her roommates searched her apartment and found legally owned guns. Leyla Pirnie’s landlord, Dave Lewis, said “Since it's clear that Leyla wants to keep her firearms, it [...]

3 Podcasts For The Conservative Girl Boss

As conservatives, we are always looking for productive, thought provoking, and inspiring podcasts to listen to. Here are three great podcast every conservative girl boss will love. Relatable with Allie Stuckey Allie Stuckey started her blog, The Conservative Millennial, in 2016 to comment on the election from her unique perspective [...]

The 2018 Ultimate Gift Guide For Republican Women

The holiday season is in full swing and you might be finding yourself in a frantic search for the perfect gift for a Republican woman.  Don’t worry – this gift guide is sure to put you on the right track - pun intended. Here are 13 great gifts for Republican [...]