After Donald Trump won the election, Democrats came out in support of limited government and the Bill of Rights. That’s great! But where have these Democrats been for the past eight years? The Left has been silent and turned a blind eye whenever President Obama supported legislation that infringes on civil liberties. From expanding the surveillance state to going to war without congressional approval, Obama … Continue reading Limited Government isn’t a Republican v. Democrat Issue
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
I’ve spent the last several days trying to take everything in. To say I was shocked at the election results on Tuesday night would be a gross understatement. Like the vast majority of the media, politicos and the country as a whole, I truly believed that Hillary Clinton would become the 45th president of the United States. Boy were we wrong. The results haven’t fully sunk … Continue reading Yes, It Really Happened: Trump Triumphs & Clinton Concedes
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
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
It wasn’t by choice or his own revelation, but you’ve probably heard the story that recently circulated about President George H.W. Bush. At a “private” event for his charitable foundation, 41 was taking photos in a meet-and-greet line. One his foundation members snapped a picture and posted it with a caption that rocked the news cycle: “The President told me he’s voting for Hillary!” The … Continue reading Is George H.W. Bush the Flood Gatekeeper?