October 20, 2017 Charles Heintel 1Comment

Executive Orders should not take place of legislation. Time and time again, the popular opinion on the left has been that the government and your boss should not make healthcare decisions for you, but instead you and your doctor should. The Trump administration’s decision to end the mandate that employers…

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 23, 2017 Sam Valk 2Comment

The Ohio Governor is not going quietly into the night. This week, Republican Senators Bill Cassidy (LA) and Lindsey Graham (SC) introduced one final attempt to try and repeal Obamacare. President Trump supports the measure and has been defending it since its introduction just days ago. Since then, progressive Democrats…

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 20, 2017 Brad Johnson 3Comment

President Trump had himself a good day. On Tuesday, President Donald Trump addressed the United Nations at its headquarters in New York. The speech received a lot of criticism, most of which simply because it was uttered from the mouth of our 45th president (I’m convinced he could endorse Bernie-care,…

September 19, 2017 Logan Kolas

To read the Liberal opinion, click here. The Presidential-Congressional partisan line is beginning to blur. Within the past two weeks, President Donald Trump has sided with Democratic Congressional Leaders Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and Chuck Schumer (D-NY) at least once. Accusations of a second partisan leap regarding DACA immigration measures are…

September 19, 2017 Sam Medert

To read the Conservative opinion, click here. The Presidential-Congressional partisan line is beginning to blur. The presidency of Donald Trump so far has been, to say the least, unpredictable. Within essentially every facet of his administration there have been major surprises. From the firing of pretty much everyone you’ve ever…

September 7, 2017 Cody Rizzuto

For the last twenty years we have watched as president after president has attempted to tackle the North Korea question, each in their own way. Though they have done so with slight variations, the overall strategy has ultimately been the same. Unfortunately, so have the results. The Crux of the…

September 6, 2017 Tyler J Herrmann 1Comment

Tyler is the Chairman of the Republican National Lawyers Association, Ohio Chapter. President Trump’s decision to end DACA is the correct one. Perhaps the best defense of President Trump’s decision to end the DACA program comes from the man who instituted it. About a year before ultimately creating DACA, President Obama…

September 1, 2017 Zach Skerl 2Comment

America needs immigration reform and that comes in the RAISE Act. Everybody who has taken the ACT or SAT remembers sitting in a classroom nervously penciling in answers and double-checking their work before time ran out. Colleges all over the United States use your scores on these tests, your GPA,…