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10 Best Signs From the March For Life

On Friday, January 18th, hundreds of thousands of people descended upon Washington D.C. to march in the March for Life. The March for Life is an annual rally hosted in D.C. every January since 1974, on or around the date that Roe v. Wade was decided in 1973. The March [...]

5 GOP Women To Watch In The 116th Congress

On January 3rd, the 116th Congress of the United States was sworn in. It has been well publicized that this is the most diverse class of all time, with female representation up 22% from the 115th Congress. Several Republican women have already been named to crucial leadership posts and others [...]

7 Conservative Organizations To Donate To On #GivingTuesday

Giving Tuesday, the last of the themed shopping days for the season, traces its roots back to 2012. Through a grassroots campaign, the day went mainstream, and many organizations quickly jumped on the wagon to encourage donations. This year, thousands of organizations put together donation drives, from large organizations to [...]

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) [...]

Breaking Down Taylor Swift’s Recent Political Endorsements

Around 8 pm on October 7th, Taylor Swift made a post on Instagram about the Tennessee Senate race between Marsha Blackburn and Phil Bredesen. Since Swift is not known for making political statements (her silence is often a point of contention in the fanbase), this rocked the social media universe. [...]

You’re Registered To Vote, Now What?

In case you missed it, September 25th was National Voter Registration Day. The national holiday was first observed in 2012 and is held on the fourth Tuesday of September. The goal of the initiative, as stated on the National Voter Registration Day’s website, is “to create broad awareness of voter [...]

To The Politically Active STEM Majors: You Can Do Both

Imagine: it’s your first week of college. Your notebooks and laptop are stowed in your backpack, your phone and schedule are in your hand, and you’re scurrying from class to class. You can’t decide whether you’re excited or nervous for your first Biology lab of the semester. Your Physics professor [...]