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Let’s Chat About The Mythical Wage Gap

Equal Pay Day. The day that emotionally charged leftists have taken to social media to promote the false narrative of the “wage gap” via hashtags and virtue signaling posts complete with blatant lies.  They repeat the same tired belief: “women earn 77 cents for every dollar a man earns!”  No matter [...]

10 Ways To Prepare For High School Graduation

It’s the end of February and we are almost halfway through the semester.  Crazy, right?  I cannot believe how fast this semester is flying by.  For those of you who are high school seniors, you have probably already chosen a college and are enjoying your last semester of high school.  [...]

10 Ways To Prepare For College Graduation

Isn’t it crazy to think about the fact that we’re already over a month into the spring semester? For those of you graduating in May, the end of your college career is rapidly approaching.  While graduation is an exciting time, it can also be a time of stress and anxiety.  [...]

5 Reasons I Don’t Support Free College

Hi. My name is Sara, I’m a senior in college, and I’m against making public universities “free” (aka – funded by taxpayers, but “free” to the students currently attending).  I will admit that in theory, free college seems like a pretty sweet deal.  I would love to not have to [...]

The Problem With The Powerball And Other Lotteries

The Powerball Lottery has been making the news lately, as the jackpot is estimated to reach a record breaking estimated $1.3 billion by Wednesday.  As the jackpot grows, more and more people are buying tickets, dreaming about what they would do with a billion dollars.  While the lottery can be [...]

8 Ways To Look Your Best On Social Media

The older you get, the less acceptable it is to look unprofessional on a public forum, such as Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.  Whether you’re applying for internships, jobs, or grad school, having a clean and professional social media profile can affect your chances for acceptance.  Employers want to hire people [...]

The Liberal Hypocrisy Regarding Gun Control

Every single time a mass shooting occurs, liberals immediately jump to politicize the tragedy and scream about gun control.  They strike while the iron is hot, trying to push through legislation before anyone can object.  They refer to gun owners, second amendment supporters, and the NRA as murderous monsters.  Despite [...]

8 Charities To Support This Holiday Season

Conservatives often discuss the importance of fiscal conservatism, including the privatization of social programs.  It is not that conservatives are against helping people – many, including myself, are simply against the government taking money from citizens and redistributing it the way they see fit.  However, in order to end handouts [...]

Dear College Students: Universities Aren’t Daycare Centers

Dear College Students: Universities Aren’t Daycare Centers Safe spaces – the most recent in a series of concepts promoted by the radical left to keep college students from getting their little feelings hurt.  What exactly is a safe space?  Well, a quick Google search tells us that safe spaces are [...]

Relinquish The Rage: Why Women Need To Stop Attacking Other Women

I have noticed that one of the current trends in society is for women to mock, shame, and flat out bully other women over a variety of things.  Women are constantly heading to social media to attack each other over almost everything: academic and occupational success, relationship choices, clothing, political [...]

Free Speech Under Attack At University of Missouri

Who would have thought that we would one day be living in a country with literal speech police, dictating what can and cannot be said in public spaces?  That is currently the reality for students and faculty at the University of Missouri.  After multiple incidents of racism occurred on campus, [...]

Racial Tensions Ignite At University of Missouri

The University of Missouri – a public university located in Columbia, Missouri – has recently been making national headlines.  In September, the Missouri Students Association president, Payton Head, was called the “N-word” repeatedly while walking on campus.  He went to Facebook to post about his first-hand experience with racism, which [...]

No, Democrats. The Answer Isn’t “MORE” Government

When discussing various problems that exist in our country, Democrats often bring up “more government” as a solution.  One of the many issues that Democrats scream about is income inequality.  They want to close the gap between the poor and the rich, and they believe that more government intrusion is [...]