Loose Cannons Come in Orange

In one of the most shocking and dramatic turns of the Trump Administration, last week, in an extremely encouraging step toward bipartisanship, President Trump made a surprise deal with Democratic House and Senate Minority Leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer to help raise the debt ceiling.  Further, now it appears they are all working together […]

Get a Shot, Win a Lot

How States are Incentivizing Their Citizens to Get Vaccinated It’s late May, and things are looking up.  People are emerging from their sheltered, quarantined life to a world full of lifted mask mandates, opened indoor dining, and COVID-19 vaccinations.  The U.S. recently reached 53% of adults vaccinated, and President Joe Biden hopes to raise that […]

Jewish students outraged after UMich student government accuses Israel of ethnic cleansing, war crimes

Disclaimer: This article was first published in The College Fix on May 12 and has been republished here with the permission of the editors. It remains unaltered aside from this note. Leaders of the University of Michigan’s Central Student Government issued a strongly worded statement Monday night accusing Israel of “inhumane, international war crimes” toward […]

Farewell, Prince Philip

Last week, Buckingham Palace announced that Prince Philip, husband to Queen Elizabeth II for nearly 75 years, had passed away aged 99.  Although the royal family has had no formal role in governing these shores since early-July of 1776, it maintains an intriguing and even fascinating grip on a part of the American psyche.  While […]