January 19, 2018 Cody Rizzuto

Seemingly little decisions can have significant impact. One of my favorite pastimes is to hypothesize the “what if’s” of history. In the hindsight of events, it is utterly fascinating how seemingly small, mundane decisions can have enormous historical ramifications. It often makes me wonder how my own life would be…

January 19, 2018 Thomas Zimmerman

Empty efforts will go nowhere. The New Year has come and gone, and the same can be said for many of our Resolutions. While nearly 60% of Americans make resolutions every New Year, just 8% of them feel as if they ever achieve their goals for the year.  A vast…

January 18, 2018 Kyle Kirker

City Council Democrats vote to raise property taxes. Last week, the Democrats on Cincinnati City Council took their first high profile action since the 2017 election: raise taxes on the middle class. The 7-2 vote approved an increase in property taxes to pay for the rebuilding of the Western Hills…

January 17, 2018 Kevin Fairchild

What does a Congress look like without Paul Ryan? Not long ago I wrote an article defending Speaker of the House Paul Ryan against all of the ire and hatred directed his way from both sides of the isle during his time as House Speaker. In the past month reports…

January 16, 2018 Charles Heintel

It’s not the government’s money to begin with. If you have ever picked up a copy of The News Record, the student newspaper of the University of Cincinnati, you would know that the paper is very left-leaning. So it was no surprise when the paper published an article on November…

January 15, 2018 Kevin Fairchild

Donald Trump’s first year as President has been a roller coaster. During the pregame ceremonies of the College Football National Championship, President Donald Trump strode onto the field alongside uniformed ROTC members. He stood on the field and sang the national anthem before retiring to a field box to watch…

January 12, 2018 Brad Johnson

Collectivist thought is a stain on any society. Boxes are a common thing in today’s world. When I first came down to school at the University of Cincinnati from Findlay, OH (home of Dietsch’s ice cream, Marathon Petroleum, and a certain polarizing quarterback in the Steel City), I encountered a…

January 11, 2018 Mollie Finnegan

Preventing close friendships among children would do more harm than good. The main purpose in having an educational system is to prepare children for the future. From the simplest of tasks learning the days of the week, to tying shoes, and keeping one’s hands to oneself, children are taught how…

January 10, 2018 Brad Johnson

The Nevada rancher emerged victorious thanks to prosecutorial misconduct. Like the closing scene of the Breakfast Club, Cliven Bundy emerged from the Federal Courthouse in Las Vegas, NV with a triumphant fist-pump. It was the first time in roughly two years Bundy emerged from the federal building a free man….

January 9, 2018 Regina Barton

Conservative activist Star Parker will be coming to the University of Cincinnati. This semester, students at the University of Cincinnati and those in the surrounding community will have the chance to hear from one of the most influential black conservative leaders in the nation: Star Parker. Parker has been invited…