The Numbers Don’t Lie

I can’t imagine that even the most dedicated of my Trump Train friends can justify these FEC reports? Hillary Clinton lies. Donald Trump lies. The spin-masters that incessantly defend their candidates on television every night lie. The numbers, however, don’t lie; and for a man who claims to have a keen business acumen, I bet Mr. Trump wishes they did. Clinton campaign has $42 million … Continue reading The Numbers Don’t Lie

Winning Millennials is Easier Than Conservatives Think – Thanks to Liberals

Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul, a GOP hopeful for president, may be trailing in the polls, but he still fairs well on college campuses. In fact, Paul announced Friday that his “Students for Rand” initiative – which sought to organize chapters on 300 campuses in 30 days – finished ahead of schedule with 339 chapters nationwide. It’s clearly a useful campaign tactic, especially in states with … Continue reading Winning Millennials is Easier Than Conservatives Think – Thanks to Liberals

What is Destroyed When You Eliminate Discrimination?

Now that the definition of marriage has become more inclusive (with more new friends likely to join the party), the states can no longer discriminate between hetero and homosexual marriage cases. Now the question turns to the private sector, and the unruly amount of discrimination that plagues every single person living on this earth. Yes, I’m looking at you; and yes, I am looking at … Continue reading What is Destroyed When You Eliminate Discrimination?

Short-Changed: Thoughts on the National Debt from the Perspective of a Teenager

As many Boy Scouts have learned when camping, one should always leave your campsite in better shape than when you found it. I’m sure most would agree that it would be wise to apply this principle in other areas of life. Regrettably this concept has been nowhere to be found when it comes to federal fiscal policy. Considering the trillions that continue to be borrowed … Continue reading Short-Changed: Thoughts on the National Debt from the Perspective of a Teenager

Is Hillary Clinton for Sale?

Several weeks ago, during an episode of Road to the White House discussing Hillary Clinton and Marco Rubio, Red Millennial’s assistant editor Garrett Humbertson, asked the question “Is Hillary Clinton for sale?” Humbertson brought up a scandal which occurred during Clinton’s time as Secretary of State. Clinton was against a Columbian trade deal, until a Columbian oil tycoon donated about $130 million dollars to the … Continue reading Is Hillary Clinton for Sale?

Walker’s Lack of College Degree Not A 2016 Issue, College Itself May Be

In just a couple months, I plan on doing something Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker never did: graduate from Marquette University. But Walker still has more accomplishments: like becoming a state legislator, a county executive in liberal Milwaukee County, being elected and reelected governor, and of course being the only governor to survive a recall in the United States. And also taking on powerful unions in … Continue reading Walker’s Lack of College Degree Not A 2016 Issue, College Itself May Be

Can Conservatives and Libertarians Unite?

This has been a question that has become more pertinent over the past few years. Both philosophies overlap in several major areas, but differences have severely separated the two. However, there seems to be more of a willingness on both ends to reconcile these differences for a greater cause. This will be of the utmost importance going into the 2014 midterm election, and the 2016 … Continue reading Can Conservatives and Libertarians Unite?

What is Abortion?

At first this may seem a rather naïve question to ask, as almost anyone could answer. However, really ask yourself, “What is abortion?” According to the Miriam-Webster online dictionary, “abortion is the termination of a pregnancy after, accompanied by, resulting in, or closely followed by the death of the embryo or fetus: as a: spontaneous expulsion of a human fetus during the first 12 weeks … Continue reading What is Abortion?