But the Greatest of these is Love

Disclaimer: I am a white female American who grew up in a middle class home. I have never experienced homelessness, a cruel regime, fleeing from a war torn country, or having my siblings murdered by my own government. I have not experienced nor can I relate to some of the intense stories that the people who are seeking refuge have experienced. I have no reason … Continue reading But the Greatest of these is Love

A Letter to the DisUnited States of America

My fellow Americans, Four years ago, I attended what is to this day, one of the most patriotic events of my entire life. I was surrounded by people from across America, of all backgrounds and of various futures. There were people of all nations, who came to America from across the globe. There were citizens and there were visitors. I did not go to the inauguration on that … Continue reading A Letter to the DisUnited States of America

A Message from the Silent Generation: This Isn’t the Worst America has Faced

Across from the Washington Monument in Washington D.C. stands a memorial that exists to honor those who served during World War 2. Every time I pass the World War 2 memorial, I look in awe at the fountains and remember the person who helped create them: a father, grandparent, and a man who had three of his brothers serve during World War 2. He’s a … Continue reading A Message from the Silent Generation: This Isn’t the Worst America has Faced

Why I am Voting My Conscience this November

This election cycle stinks. There are two choices and they are both corrupt, seem to be filled with hate, and have deplorable lifestyles that do not represent myself, nor America. But, still, my favorite day of the year is election day. This is because election day is the day where every American over the age of 18 is allowed to go to the polls and … Continue reading Why I am Voting My Conscience this November

Presidential Debate Bingo: Round One

The debates should prove to be extremely entertaining tonight. But why not make it even more fun by playing bingo? We at Red Millennial have created our own Presidential Debate Bingo so that you, your friends, and your family can play along. There are four versions of the game below. How to play:  Step 1) Print out the Bingo cards. Step 2) Print out the RM … Continue reading Presidential Debate Bingo: Round One

Buzzfeed Advocates for US to Partake in Unethical Three Parent Embryos

Buzzfeed recently published an article that advocates for three parent embryos. While I respect their right to free speech, I must inform you on their shortcomings. While they are attempting to advocate on behalf of a good cause — helping solve mitochondrial diseases, what they are actually advocating for is blindly picking off which humans are worthy and not worthy of survival. This includes both those … Continue reading Buzzfeed Advocates for US to Partake in Unethical Three Parent Embryos

FRCAction Values Bus Tour Kicks Off at Conservative Conference in DC

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

An Open Letter to the Pro-Trump, Anti-Ryan Crowd

There are mainly two different types of Trump supporters. There are the reluctant Trump supporters who are voting mainly because “He’s better than Hillary,” or because of the Supreme Court. Then there are the cult-like Trump supporters who will defend Trump, even if he shot a man. While not every Trump supporter is a cult-like supporter, many of them agree that if you are a … Continue reading An Open Letter to the Pro-Trump, Anti-Ryan Crowd