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6 Events You Won’t Want to Miss In DC This Summer

DC year round is an exciting place to be, full of interesting people and interesting events, but summers in DC are a special time. If you’re an intern in DC for the first time or the third time, these are some great events you’ll want to check out. Even if [...]

5 Things To Know Before Visiting China For The First Time

International travel is one of those things that sounds really fun in the abstract, but can feel overwhelming in the interim. I learned that firsthand while preparing for a trip to Shanghai, China, and I didn’t even have to plan a lot of tourist activities, so that’s a whole extra burden [...]

Justice Kennedy Retiring; President Trump Gets 2nd SCOTUS Pick

The world was shocked on Wednesday, June 27th when, along with handing down an opinion against mandatory union fees, Justice Anthony Kennedy announced he was retiring from the court. His resignation is effective July 31st, 2018. Kennedy is 81-years-old and the longest-serving current justice on the Court. He was appointed by President Ronald [...]

12 Reads Sure To Keep You Intrigued All Summer

Summer is here and so is summer reading. Ditch the textbooks and dive into a good novel, thriller, memoir, or self-help book. These twelve books have been specially selected to keep you reading all summer long, no matter where your vacation takes you.  Whether you’re looking for something lighthearted and [...]

QUIZ: Can You Pass the US Citizenship Test?

How knowledgeable are you about the history of the United States and the way our civic system works? During the naturalization interview, prospective citizens are asked up to 10 questions. In order to pass, you must answer six of the 10 questions correctly. We'll give you 25 questions directly from [...]

5 Things To Know Before Taking The GRE

So you’re thinking about graduate school. That means your next standardized test of choice will probably be the GRE. To break It down a bit, the LSAT is for law school, the GMAT is for business school, and the GRE is for other masters programs. Like taking the SAT or ACT [...]

The Free Audiobook Program That Will Change Your Summer

Summer reading is probably the thing I most look forward to throughout the year. It’s a time to dive into great books, whether you love classic literature, guilty pleasure romances, young adult dystopian novels, or comic books. Without school and syllabi to hold you back, you can read whatever you [...]

11 Items You Need If You Love Ronald Reagan

Most conservatives are huge fans of Ronald Reagan, and that makes shopping for them pretty easy. There are so many options for gifts for Ronald Reagan fans, whether you’re looking for books, apparel, stickers, or coffee mugs. Here are ten perfect gifts for the Ronald Reagan fan in your life, [...]

15 Best Gifts For The Recent Graduate

It’s graduation season and you know what that means…gifts. We’ve all been on the receiving end of some great and some not-so-great graduation gifts through the years. Whether you’re giving your parents a list of potential gifts, shopping for a sibling or cousin or significant other, or just browsing for [...]

13 Non Profits Every Conservative Should Know

We’re lucky as young conservatives that we have so many amazing conservative nonprofits fighting in our corner. Whether you’re passionate about free speech, abortion, the empowerment of young women, or all of the above, there are conservative nonprofits out there fighting for you. These nonprofits are not only fighting the [...]