October 19, 2017 Kevin Fairchild 1Comment

Fascism: the Left’s Boogeyman. Perhaps nothing in today’s political arena is caricatured as much as the American conservative. The common understanding seems to be that people who vote Republican are often racist and misogynistic and care only about their guns and their God. Putting aside how grossly and offensively inaccurate…

October 18, 2017 Brad Johnson 1Comment

Civility seems to be at a premium these days. Technology has done a lot for humanity. It has drastically improved our quality of life and our lifespans. It allows us to trade goods and share information at rates previously unimaginable. Connecting people from all over the world has done a…

October 17, 2017 Mollie Finnegan

Harvey Weinstein exposed Hollywood for what it really is. Hypocrisy is a word that is thrown around Washington a lot these days. But what about outside of our nation’s capital? How about the group most notorious for feeding into the pockets of the left, Hollywood. It appears they have taken…

October 12, 2017 Logan Kolas 1Comment

When rationality and irrationality meet. Richard H. Thaler was awarded the Nobel Prize in Economics on Monday for his work on human behavior and [ir]rational choice. Ironically, he currently hails from the same university that yielded one of the fathers of modern classical economic theory: Milton Friedman. While Thaler’s work challenges…

October 11, 2017 Mollie Finnegan 1Comment

The House just took a step in the right direction. A large part of the Pro-Life movement surrounds the idea that we are fighting for those incapable of fighting for themselves. Last week, the House passed legislation that is certainly a step in the right direction. The Pain-Capable Unborn Child…

October 10, 2017 Charles Heintel

A win for religious liberty. Since January 20, 2012, charities, schools, business, and other organizations across the country have been fighting a Health and Human Services mandate that forces employers to include contraceptives in their female employees’ health insurance plans. Implemented by the department of Health and Human Services, the…

September 27, 2017 Tyler J Herrmann

Tyler is the Chairman of the Republican National Lawyers Association, Ohio Chapter. In the case of the NFL protests, the First Amendment is clear. If you’ve logged on to any social media platform or viewed any cable news recently, you’re likely familiar with the controversy du jour: President Trump’s rebuke of…

September 26, 2017 Peyton Hahn 1Comment

Put aside the way in which they protested. Let’s focus on their motivation to protest. President Trump’s speech at an Alabama rally Friday night has sparked massive discussion and controversy around the interaction between sports and politics. On Sunday morning, ESPN spent the first 15 minutes of its “NFL Sunday…

September 22, 2017 Kyle Kirker

“The Wall” could be on the horizon. On September 14th the House of Representatives passed the “Make America Secure and Prosperous Appropriations Act,” which funds the government through the 2018 fiscal year. This bill represents the first time that Congress has passed all 12 appropriations bills via regular order before…

September 13, 2017 Sam Valk

President Trump’s travel ban goes into effect. Donald Trump’s infamous travel ban, which established a ban on refugees and immigrants from six countries in the Middle East, had a win on Monday. The Supreme Court issued an order from Chief Justice Anthony Kennedy blocking the 9th District Court’s judicial stay….