The Reagan Revolution and the Return of American Conservatism by Matt Zupon

On February 6th, 1911, in a small apartment in Tampico Illinois, a very special baby entered the world (WhiteHouse.gov). A baby that would one day grow up to start his professional life as an exuberant radio host, an energetic actor, an accomplished governor, and arguably one of the greatest American Presidents throughout history. A man … Continue reading The Reagan Revolution and the Return of American Conservatism by Matt Zupon

The Government Told Me To Drink and Drive by Drew Tomek

My first statement is that drunk driving is stupid, never do it. I thought everyone was on board with ending drunk driving, but sadly I was mistaken.  I’ve parked my car at several parking lots before a night of drinking, drove home the next morning after plenty of sleep, and everything ended fine.  Last night, … Continue reading The Government Told Me To Drink and Drive by Drew Tomek

Should Black Celebrities Meet with President Trump? by Jeffery Mcneil

The black community is in an uproar over Kanye West and Jim Brown's White House visit with  President Trump on prison reform. I don't get it. What is wrong with the  people, who are filled with such hate over these meetings?  I don't agree with everything Kanye West or Jim Brown do, but I thought … Continue reading Should Black Celebrities Meet with President Trump? by Jeffery Mcneil

What a Lack of Facts Does to the Economy by Drew Tomek

We were in class, using the efficient market theory to calculate the value of stocks.  We were using standard calculations to arrive at the stock prices.  The only thing I took away is that these models are not getting us to the stock’s price, not even close.  We looked at the Beta of several stocks, … Continue reading What a Lack of Facts Does to the Economy by Drew Tomek

HISTORY MADE: Judge Kavanaugh’s First Bold Move by Matt Zupon

Following a tumultuous two week confirmation process to appoint the Honorable Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, the left’s dirty works once again backfired! After accusations of raping Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, drunken banter, gang raping other women, lying under oath, and loads of other uncorroborated claims, millions of Americans cheered in joy for one … Continue reading HISTORY MADE: Judge Kavanaugh’s First Bold Move by Matt Zupon

USMCA: A New Hope by Charlie Dominguez

Last weekend, the U.S., Canada, and Mexico reviewed and negotiated on NAFTA and made several changes that can be very lucrative for Americans, but not as much for Canadians and Mexicans. While talking about the effects of this new version of NAFTA, let's look at the changes being made: Auto Industries With the new deal, … Continue reading USMCA: A New Hope by Charlie Dominguez

How Radical Feminist Bullies Have Steered People To The Trump Train by Jeffery Mcneil

As someone that stood on the front line for women's rights, I've concluded that  feminism has lost its way. Groups like #Metoo and #Believewomen are no longer about clearing paths for women or combating sexual harassment in the workplace. If that was their intention feminists would propose meaningful legislation or reforms. However, what #Meetoo and … Continue reading How Radical Feminist Bullies Have Steered People To The Trump Train by Jeffery Mcneil

The Death of Due Process by Matt Zupon

Due process; a great idea embellished by America’s legal system. In many countries, a mere accusation can wreck your career, damage your property, land you behind bars, or even result in a death sentence. Millions of people perished senselessly in nations like Nazi Germany, the Soviet Union, and Great Britain, while millions still die today … Continue reading The Death of Due Process by Matt Zupon

Three Things I Wish I Knew Before I Graduated College by John Tristan

At the ripe-old age of 31, I am now a pre-teen in adult years. Tonight, as I took a night-time stroll to fret about student loans and my chronic case of single-ness, I asked myself, what do I wish someone had told me back when I was just a wee baby-adult? What brilliant gems of … Continue reading Three Things I Wish I Knew Before I Graduated College by John Tristan