Blog Posts in Politics

Why the Iowa Caucus is Terrible

Posted in: Politics
on February 3, 2016

On Feb. 1, 2016, the citizens of Iowa braved heavy snows and boring lines to cast their votes for their chosen candidates for the presidency. This, as in every other presidential election year, is the first state elective event which they proudly claim to be a representation of the American people... Read on →

Remembering Nancy Reagan

Posted in: Politics
on March 14, 2016

On March 6, Nancy Reagan joined her husband, Ronald, in their side-by-side grave sites at the Reagan Library. Nancy and Ronald were two film actors that played out their lives beyond Hollywood and onto the world stage as the 40th President and First Lady of the United States, respectively, from... Read on →

The Mainstream Media is Ruining the 2016 Election

Posted in: Politics
on March 25, 2016

With the Republican National Convention at the end of July fast approaching, the Grand Old Party is in a panic trying to shut down a campaign everyone assumed was a fringe candidacy or a shameless publicity grab. Unfortunately for establishment conservatives, the Donald Trump machine has not lost... Read on →