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4 Signs Someone Is Running For President In 2020

We're only in the midterms, but 2020 talk is already taking up so much airtime. During the Kavanaugh confirmation hearings, we heard a lot of chatter about "2020 auditions" by certain senators who will remain anonymous at this time.  Every time a politician signs a book deal, people wonder if [...]

Breaking Down The Jamal Khashoggi Case

The world is watching right now as relations between Saudi Arabia and the United States are test. A Saudi-born, US-based journalist for the Washington Post, Jamal Khashoggi, who has been critical of the Saudi regime, is presumed dead at the hands of the Saudi government. How the United States responds [...]

A Conservative Response To Big Tech’s Censorship

Political commentator Dave Rubin of the Rubin Report recently sat down with economist Eric Weinstein for a dialogue on the future of the intellectual dark web. Immediately, one is drawn in to the exciting discussion across party lines, both belonging to entirely different schools of thought. They highlight the importance [...]

10 Reasons People Don’t Want To Work In Politics

Working in politics isn’t for the faint of heart. From an outside perspective, politics looks exhausting and not a path many people want to go down. As someone who didn’t grow up in a political family, politics wasn’t exactly something I saw myself doing for a living. Now that I [...]

Why Our Youth Needs Competition

As a nanny this summer, it was pretty easy to entertain the children I was watching over with games, movies, and outdoor activities. With all the hustle and bustle of playtime, it was hard for me to get them to sit down and read, which was a mandatory task to [...]

BOOK REVIEW: The Briefing By Sean Spicer

Spicey is back. The beleaguered and often mocked White House press secretary had, most likely, been forgotten by many since it's been more than a year since he resigned from his post and a lot of upheaval has happened since. However, in his new book, The Briefing: Politics, the Press, and the President, Sean Spicer takes us back [...]

20 Things To Do Before The Midterm Elections

There are some elections happening this November. Did you know that? Unless you've been living under a rock for a year, you know how important these midterm elections are on Tuesday, November 6th. Republicans currently hold the White House, the Senate, and the House, but there are 33 Senate seats up for [...]

I Went To See Jordan Peterson Live, Here’s What I Learned

Whether or not you know Dr. Jordan Peterson and his work, seeing him speak in person is something I would recommend to anyone. Hearing one of the greatest modern philosophers of our generation talk about his ideals and explain his points in the flesh brought me an all new perspective [...]

8 Must Read Books For Young Conservative Women

Numerous strong, conservative women have written either one or multiple politically charged and informative books. As a strong, conservative woman myself, I would like to highlight a few of my favorite books by some of my favorite conservative women. These are empowering books that I think every conservative should read. [...]

Why We Don’t Care About Statistics

Statistics are a powerful thing. Most people find them useful when trying to gauge how big an issue is. However, they may not be as compelling to most people as you would think. I know it sounds crazy because statistics are the literal numbers of events, but there is a [...]

5 Reasons You Should Work The Polls This November

This August, I worked the polls for the first time. Since learned so much from this experience, I now greatly encourage everyone to work the polls at least once in their lives. Here are 5 of the many benefits available to you: 1) You will experience and learn about the [...]

How She Got That Internship: The White House Edition

How She Got That Internship is a series that highlights conservative women’s internships in various organizations and positions to inspire the next generation of conservative women to lead. Did you, or a young woman that you know, have an internship experience you want to share with our readers? Submit it in this form and [...]

Conservative Twitter Reacts To Nikki Haley’s Resignation As UN Ambassador

At 10:05 AM on October 9th, 2018, the social media universe collectively gasped when Jim VandeHei, the CEO and cofounder of Axios, tweeted a scoop that President Trump had accepted United Nation Ambassador Nikki Haley’s resignation.   🚨 Scoop: Trump has accepted Nikki Haley's resignation https://t.co/E9KlCNiJvL — Jim VandeHei (@JimVandeHei) [...]

5 Halloween Costumes For The Conservative Woman

Halloween is just around the corner, which means it is time to start coming up with a costume. Whether you're a teacher, a college student, a working professional or have plans at the bar that night, you want a costume that both you and others will enjoy, have a laugh [...]