In today’s world of neoconservative and progressive liberal agendas, it is refreshing to see millennials taking a bold stand for the Constitution and for liberty; that is exactly what Caleb Franz plans to do with his brand new podcast: MilLiberty. Caleb works for OUTSET, a publication he describes as “liberty minded individuals with a passion for practical solutions and expanding freedom and human potential.” He … Continue reading MilLiberty: A Different Kind of Podcast for the Liberty Movement
What’s worse than an exclusive movement? An inclusive movement that vilifies those who would fall under its umbrella but refuse to label themselves as such. Nothing is more irksome than a movement that can’t handle those who don’t want to identify with them. Libertarians suffer from this, as does Black Lives Matter. One twitter user went on a tweet-storm about how BLM ostracizes blacks who refuse to … Continue reading Don’t Vilify Like-Minded Individuals Who Refuse To Join Your Movement
This upcoming weekend marks the premier of the movie documenting the leaks from Edward Snowden. The film delves into his past, who he was, and why he did what he did. Continue reading “Prediction: Upcoming Snowden Movie Will Demonstrate He Is An American Hero”
If you are a Millennial with atypical opinions, like me, you have probably heard somewhere along the way, “Oh, you’re too young to understand.” Usually this is used when someone doesn’t have the facts or logic to win an argument, so instead they turn towards the arbitrary number of how many times they’ve orbited the sun. Experience is a very important thing when making informed … Continue reading Kids These Days! (You’ll Understand When You’re Older)
Let’s call it like we see it: this has been an awful, no-good, terrible week for Hillary Clinton and her campaign. Everything that could have gone wrong has done so. First of all, Mr. Trump found a little bit of discipline; actually, Kellyanne Conway found it for him. Second, the issue of Hillary’s health has flared up in a big way. Third, a tightening of … Continue reading Can Trump Win?
Throughout the weekend of September 9, thousands of conservatives gathered at the Values Voter Summit in Washington, DC. The three day conference, hosted by FRCAction, not only featured prominent speakers such as Republican Presidential Nominee, Donald Trump, Republican Vice Presidential Nominee, Gov. Mike Pence, and a multitude of conservative leaders, but it also served as the venue for the FRCAction Values Bus Tour kickoff. The … Continue reading FRCAction Values Bus Tour Kicks Off at Conservative Conference in DC
Do me a favor. Think of a time when you were wrong about something and someone was trying to explain to you why you were wrong. There are several different ways that people can go about correcting someone so that they’ll learn from a mistake. In this situation, one of two things can happen. The person doing the correcting can calmly and kindly explain the right … Continue reading Condescending Conservatism: The Trump Method
“If any of my players sit on the bench for the National Anthem, they will sit there the rest of the game,” John Tortorella told Linda Cohn of ESPN— words that have created their own storm throughout social media. Tortorella, the Team USA Coach for the World Cup Championships, isn’t known for biting his tongue and weighed in on the latest controversy engulfing the country. Not only did he take … Continue reading Team USA NHL Coach: If Players Sit During the National Anthem, They’re Benched for the Rest of the Game