Pause the Post-Election Facebook Rants and Watch Joe Biden Drag Race Colin Powell

I know, I know. Half of you are crying because the realization that Hillary Clinton will never president of the United States is sinking in. And the other half is jumping up and down because the last eight years of President Obama’s liberal policy agenda is about to go down the drain the moment Donald Trump steps foot into the White House on January 20, … Continue reading Pause the Post-Election Facebook Rants and Watch Joe Biden Drag Race Colin Powell

A Renaissance of American Politics

For many Americans-especially young voters and those who were previously uninterested in politics- this election has awaken them to exactly what can happen when you don’t pay attention, are uninformed, and are not politically involved. The majority of Americans are tired of the lies, corruption, and dishonesty coming out of Washington. So, why do we continue to vote for candidates who will continue this trend? … Continue reading A Renaissance of American Politics

MO Governor Jay Nixon Hints at Clinton Cabinet Role

Rumors are flying around Missouri as Governor Jay Nixon increases his travel logs. Governor Nixon has gradually been increasing his focus and travels to Missouri’s impact internationally, as well as increasing his role in Missouri State Parks and Historic Sites. Recent events show that he may be interested in being in Hillary Clinton’s cabinet, in the case she is elected in November. Outside of trying … Continue reading MO Governor Jay Nixon Hints at Clinton Cabinet Role

Top 10 Things Murdered by 2016 (So Far)

“It is a truth universally acknowledged…” Those were the infamous words that the dubiously clever Jane Austen used to begin her classic Pride and Prejudice. Although Jane (yeah, we’re on a first name basis) was talking about single men wanting wives, I think her wise words are applicable to other areas: It is a truth universally acknowledged that 2016 is the worst. Want proof? Here are the top 10 … Continue reading Top 10 Things Murdered by 2016 (So Far)

Team USA NHL Coach: If Players Sit During the National Anthem, They’re Benched for the Rest of the Game

“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

Rebuilding the GOP

My father had just got home on June 15, 2015, and I had been working on starting a College Republicans chapter at Southeast Missouri State University. “Donald Trump announced he’s running for president,” he said. My response was a half-hearted laugh, knowing his candidacy would be a joke and last until August or so. After all, I was expecting Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker to runaway … Continue reading Rebuilding the GOP

The Six Most Outrageous Parts of the DNC Platform

This election cycle has been, without a doubt, one of the most unpredictable ones we have had in modern U.S. history. But, with the drastic evolution of the election cycle, the political parties and their platforms have too evolved. While the media was quick to jump on the conservative qualities of the RNC’s platform, they breezed over the outrageous aspects of the DNC’s platform. I’m not … Continue reading The Six Most Outrageous Parts of the DNC Platform