I'm not a believer in conspiracy theories, but if there was ever one I could understand, it's people who doubt we ever landed on the moon. Because that's an insane thing to think, right? That human beings that walked among us also walked on the moon. There's a reason we [...]
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Lifelong learning is incredibly important, especially in politics, but not everyone has time for another degree, to read a thick book on a topic, et cetera. Ted Talks are a great way to continue learning from individuals with interesting perspectives for free and on you own schedule. I love Ted Talks because they're quick, [...]
We all saw it. We all heard about it. The “send her back” chant at the Trump rally. And, for the most part, both Republican and Democrat alike agreed that it was disgusting, hateful, and it has no place in our party nor our politics. In fact, these kinds of [...]
We’re back! It’s time for Conservative Women Weekly, FFL’s latest initiative focused on celebrating conservative women wins. These women’s successes may not have made headlines this week, but these stories are worth telling and supporting. We had a busy week in conservative news this week! Here are four highlights: Republican [...]
I know the left wants us to hate men, but when I look at the guys in my life, it’s clear that they aren’t looking at the right ones. There I was, at dinner with a group of friends when I found something out that completely shifted the course of [...]
The word “privilege” gets thrown around a lot by the modern left. From “white privilege” to “male privilege,” they work hard to ensure that every demographic of people feel guilty for being lucky or well off. What they don’t work hard to do is to look at their own privilege [...]
Justice Kavanaugh was sworn in less than a year ago. He now joins the bench with four female law clerks supporting him, the first all female clerk team in Supreme Court history. Of course, every term of the Supreme Court is different and it can change as it develops, but [...]
I've been thinking a lot about time recently. How I spend it, when I do certain things, how long it takes me to do things, et cetera. I've also been doing a lot of reading on the topic because, I'm me, and that's what I do: I read. Through this [...]
At the beginning of May, but at the end of my college career, I drove the Capital Beltway viewing each exit sign with great nostalgia. “My time has come,” I mumbled to myself as I thought about inspiration for this article. It’s time to take a break from Washington. After [...]
I love a good morning podcast, especially one that takes less than 10 minutes, makes me feel absolutely SEEN by the podcaster, and benefits me tremendously. Usually, that means listening to a news recap, but recently, I discovered a brand new podcast that makes me feel like I've accomplished something [...]
I doubt that First Lady Melania Trump thought that she would one day be the First Lady of the United States when she first visited the US. She has an interesting life story, and she started and worked her way up in the modeling world at a young age. Here [...]
When life gets crazy, it can sometimes seems like meal planning is completely out of the picture. When looking through Pinterest, it can seem impossible to find easy recipes that don't include 20 different ingredients. My schedule can be pretty crazy at times, and these recipes have saved me when [...]
Next month, I will be graduating from my college two whole semesters early. Graduating from college in three years isn’t typical for most college students. I frequently get people asking me why I chose to graduate early, and more importantly, how I did it. If you’re in high school and [...]
Although you might not have heard of them, here's 5 history making women from the Revolutionary War... Abigail Adams The wife of Massachusetts Congressional Delegate John Adams, and later First Lady to our second President John Adams, wrote letters back to then-Delegate Adams while he was in Philadelphia. In her [...]