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12 Gifts Under $75 For The Men On Your Christmas List

If you’re anything like me with less than two weeks until Christmas you’re starting to feel the pressure when it comes to getting the perfect gift for those you love. The men in our lives can sometimes be the hardest to shop for. But, never fear, I’m here to help. [...]

8 Christmas Gifts For Your Republican Boyfriend

Christmas is quickly approaching, and the hardest person on your list to buy for just might be your Republican boyfriend. No matter how much time you spend together or how much you know about him, figuring out the perfect gift can always be a challenge. Don’t worry, we have you covered [...]

8 Ways To Avoid Conflict With Your Roommate

Whether you’re rooming with your best friend or a stranger, it’s no secret that college roommates can be precarious. Adjusting to a new school, coursework, and living environment can be an overwhelming to say the least. Rooming with others isn’t always an ideal situation, but these tips can make it [...]

6 Things I’ve Learned From Having A Liberal Best Friend

Who says a conservative and a liberal can’t be best friends? Most people wouldn’t think so.  I wouldn’t trade my best friend — who is a liberal — for anything. I’m sure people think how can you have a best friend who has such different values than you? We may [...]

Your Guide For Talking Politics With Family This Thanksgiving

Ah, Thanksgiving – a time for family, food, and uncomfortable conversations. If you have a large family gathering during this holiday, you know that this is when many differing opinions collide. While you may try your best to avoid it, it somehow comes up year after year. With the 2016 [...]

To The Woman With A Waiting Heart

When you’re single, it can seem like everyone is either in a relationship or overly-eager to get into one. It can be exhausting when family asks you at every year at a holiday get-together if you have a boyfriend and the answer is always “no." While this all may seem [...]

6 Things I’ve Learned From Dating A Democrat

As young conservative women on liberal college campuses, the probability is high that we will be forced to confront what once might have been our worst nightmare: dating a Democrat. Fear not ladies. You do not have to throw your principles away just to go on a date with a [...]

To The One I Never Saw Coming

To the person I didn’t see coming, When we first met, I had my fair share of doubts about you. Would we be friends? Would we ever talk again? We’ve all had someone who came into our lives that we were unsure about. I’m sure you can relate. Who knows, [...]

5 Lessons I Learned From My Conservative Father

I am incredibly grateful my family. My parents and siblings have all been extremely influential in my life. As for my father, I realize that many women are not as fortunate to have one who has been and is currently so actively involved in shaping their lives. My father has [...]