The 2016 Election Proves The Need For Voting Reform
America / Constitution / Politics / Presidency

The 2016 Election Proves The Need For Voting Reform

Americans are unhappy with their choices in the upcoming Presidential election.  Hillary Clinton, whose net favorability rating is -15.4,[i] is the least popular presidential candidate in the last 10 elections cycles save one:[ii] her opponent Donald Trump.[iii]  Seeing this, some media outlets have speculated[iv] that this could be the election cycle in which we see … Continue reading

How the Republican “Wave” was Possible
Politics / U.S. Senate

How the Republican “Wave” was Possible

Obama’s 2012 Presidential victory cinched 60 percent of the youth vote, causing many Republican insiders to question where the party was headed. Republicans were warned that they must “get diverse” to continue the party’s survival. The College Republican National Committee found that young people saw the party as “lacking in diversity” and “old-fashioned.”  Republican National … Continue reading

A Tale of Two Elections: Why Conservatives Should Embrace Christie in 2016
Politics / Presidential Race 2016

A Tale of Two Elections: Why Conservatives Should Embrace Christie in 2016

As expected, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie cruised to a blowout victory in his reelection campaign on Tuesday, defeating Democratic state Senator Barbara Buono by more than 22 percent of the vote. While his decisive victory is a triumph for Republicans nationwide, especially blue state Republicans who seek to appeal to more voters, many conservatives … Continue reading

3 Reasons Why the Senate Chose Not To Go Nuclear
America / Constitution / Politics / Rule of Law / U.S. Senate

3 Reasons Why the Senate Chose Not To Go Nuclear

Over the course of the past few weeks, the Senate has been more hectic than usual. There has been much debate over the use of filibusters in the Senate, and the more often than not useless delays that they have been causing. Historically, the filibuster has been a way to obtain a bipartisan compromise; but … Continue reading