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
You can add the results of a new Washington Post-ABC News poll to the confusion this election season. The poll found that most non-republicans don’t believe Trump represents “the core values of the Republican Party.” 22% of Democrats and 21% of Independents believe Trump’s views represent the Republican Party. Compare that with 56% of Republicans, and 43% of Conservatives who believe he represents them. Who … Continue reading This Election Isn’t About the ‘Lesser of Two Evils’
“I’m conservative, but I’m not a nut about it.” –President George H.W. Bush I don’t know about you, but I constantly have to remind myself that not everyone loves politics as much as I do. People have better things to do. They have more important things to worry about; things that, frankly, the current two candidates haven’t been addressing. They don’t watch 3 hours of … Continue reading Let’s Never Do This Again
Libertarian presidential nominee Gary Johnson visited Liberty University’s convocation Monday, where he discussed the state of our nation, politics, and personal success. The former governor of New Mexico was introduced by Josh Rutledge, who is the Vice President of Spiritual Development. Johnson discussed his achievements in the governor’s office, promising that they would extend to the Oval Office. He also discussed the national deficit, and … Continue reading Libertarian Nominee Gary Johnson Visits Liberty University
This election cycle has been anything but conventional. Long time political strategists have been confounded with seismic voting shifts changing the very landscape of traditional patterns. There are several factors causing such a shift. For one, a new and less institutionalized group of young millennials will participate in the process for the first time. This block of voters are less beholden to the two party system … Continue reading Could a Third Party Candidate Block the Path to 270?
Monday is the most hated day of the week. Every Sunday night, millions of Americans go to bed dreading their alarm clock the next morning that signals the beginning of yet another work week. Yesterday was a Monday of epic Mondayness. In addition to the typical crap that Monday’s throw our way, it also happened to be the day of the first 2016 presidential debate … Continue reading The Truth About the First Debate
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
After over a year of battling in the name of conservatism and the GOP, Senator and Former Presidential Candidate Ted Cruz announced his official endorsement of Donald Trump on Friday. This came as a surprise to everyone, namely his supporters. This is shocking to say the least, but what does this endorsement actually mean to Trump, Ted Cruz’s career, and the future of America and … Continue reading Ted Cruz’s Endorsement of Donald Trump: Questions Answered