Posts from the ‘National’ category

The Social Engineering of the Boy Scouts

For years the Boy Scouts of America has faced immense external pressure from the media, the ACLU, and other liberal strongholds of society to change its…

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The GOP’s Golden Opportunity

2016 has solidified itself as one of the most consequential years in U.S. political history. Analysts and media outlets projected the Democratic Party to maintain the…

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Facebook, Fake News, and a Polarized America

In the world of social media and instant news updates, the trend of “fake news” and misleading information plays an increasingly important role in contemporary politics.…

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Attorney General Sessions: Categorizing the Controversy

Trump’s appointee for attorney general, former Senator Jeff Sessions, has been confirmed in a relatively close vote by the Senate. With this, Sessions assumes a role…

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Trump’s Nominee for Secretary of the Treasury Falls Flat

The post that is often considered the nation’s chief financial officer, Secretary of the Treasury, develops economic policy, manages the federal debt, oversees the minting of…

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Elaine Chao: Back in the Cabinet

President Donald Trump has recently selected the former Secretary of Labor under George W. Bush, Elaine Chao, to be his Secretary of Transportation. This is not…

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The President vs. The Civil Rights Icon

One was born to a wealthy New York real estate developer and rose to prominence first as a businessman, then as a reality TV star. The…

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Mike Pompeo: A Hint at Trump’s Goals in National Security

The United States Intelligence Community is easily the most prolific such organization on the globe. They are the silent heroes fighting to protect the national security…

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Secretary of Defense James Mattis: A Review

Newly inaugurated President Donald Trump has undeniably built quite the name for himself—beyond the expectations even of his own heightened self-image. But alas, against all odds,…

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The Trump Tax, a Potential Sigh of Relief for the Working Class

At the center of the 2016 Presidential election reigned one key issue: the economy. While industry jobs fled the country for cheaper alternatives, the American working…

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