A New Ruling On Net Neutrality

There’s a new ruling on net neutrality and it could affect us all, especially the writers and readers of Red Millennial and other conservative sites. Conservative Review reported the following: “Last week, the DC Circuit Court upheld a ruling confirming that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is allowed to do pretty much whatever it wants with respect to regulating the internet. The ruling comes a … Continue reading A New Ruling On Net Neutrality

Why We Shouldn’t Draft Our Daughters

On June 14, the U.S. Senate passed the “Draft America’s Daughters Act of 2016.” The crux of this bill is that the requirements of Selective Service System would now not only apply to men, but also to women between the ages of 18 and 26. This bill follows the recent opening of combat positions to women which was highly debated as well. First off, let … Continue reading Why We Shouldn’t Draft Our Daughters

Competition is Healthy For High School Students

North Carolina has initially approved a policy which, if it passes would ban its’ high schools from naming valedictorians and salutatorians claiming that this kind of competition is hazardous to the student’s health. A final decision on the policy will not be made until June 7th. If the policy passes it will not be implemented until 2019. According to National Review Online: Under the new … Continue reading Competition is Healthy For High School Students

The War On Men

From politics to pop culture the war on men is in full-swing. Yet the agenda that right-wing conservative politics are waging a war on women  which is non-existent is continually being pushed by the left-wing media outlets and the Hilary Clinton presidential campaign. The irony of this situation is that the non-existent war on women supposedly being waged by right-wing republican men is constantly being pushed on … Continue reading The War On Men

Facebook Censorship Proves Conservative Stories Win

Yesterday, Hill reporter David McCabe broke the story on Facebook’s intentional censorship of conservative news stories, which otherwise would have been found under Facebook’s “trending stories” section. Social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter have a “trending stories” section which features the most clicked, tweeted and shared stories. Not only does this show which stories people are most interested in but it also gives … Continue reading Facebook Censorship Proves Conservative Stories Win

Sandwich Making Doesn’t Equate Enabling

I recently read an article by blogger Jill Simonian in which she explains why she refuses to make a sandwich for her husband. In her post she argues the following: Making a sandwich for a grown man who is fully capable of doing it himself is a gateway to enabling an attitude of ‘Oh, she’ll take care of that for me.’ While I understand the … Continue reading Sandwich Making Doesn’t Equate Enabling

Men Proposing Marriage Is Not Equated With Rape

Suzannah Weiss on her feminist blog Bustle, has written a piece entitled “6 Marriage Traditions That Reinforce Rape Culture”. Number one on her list is the tradition of men proposing marriage. Weiss argues, “Putting what men pursue over what women want perpetuates rape culture.” This is essentially the crux of her argument against the tradition of men proposing marriage. If you carry Weiss’ argument to … Continue reading Men Proposing Marriage Is Not Equated With Rape

University Of California Coddles Students

The University of California is encouraging its’ students to report any behavior that makes them feel the least bit harassed or offended in anyway. According to National Review: The University of California system is encouraging it’s students to report everything from “unwanted jokes” to “teasing” using its online “intolerance report form.” If you hover your mouse over a subsection of the form labeled “hostile climate,” … Continue reading University Of California Coddles Students