Although some may claim otherwise, President Donald Trump has been working hard to fix an economy in desperate need of a spark of growth. Since the November presidential election, the economy has been on fire; there are several objective indicators that prove the economy is finally on a far more significant upswing than it […]
A Time for Choosing in Chicago
It was truly disheartening to see the beautiful city I had known all my life in such a state. Walking through an empty downtown, with the few people out and about hiding behind masks, and seeing the boarded-up businesses and carnage of the anarchy permanently colored my perception of Chicago.
Hamline University and the Sanctity of Art
Good art should make viewers feel uncomfortable.
Here’s What Would Have Stopped the MSU Shooting
More gun laws would not have stopped the MSU shooting, but enforcing the laws on the books would have.
The Malevolence of Meat
Why eating meat is almost always wrong.
Lessons on Conservatism in Cambridge
On Friday, November 11, Armistice Day was commemorated in the United Kingdom to mark the armistice signed in 1918 between the Allied Powers and Germany for the cessation of hostilities on the Western Front of World War I. In the United Kingdom and Commonwealth, Armistice Day has come to be known as Poppy Day due […]
Will Proposal 2 Be Helpful?
Proposal 2 may seem like a common-sense administrative change, but it could impose some burdens on small towns that deserve to be highlighted.
Reject Proposal 3’s Abortion Radicalism
Michigan should not have some of the most radical abortion laws in the country.
Against ‘Hi, Are You Registered to Vote?’
Making the registration process accessible is important, but people should show at least some initiative.
Ford School Firearm Violence Talk Uses “Public Health” Framing to Distract from the Fact That They’re Taking Away Your Rights
Any discussion of gun control must be based on the presumption that Americans have a right to firearm ownership, lest it produces useless prescriptions.
Chaos, Unity, But Still Trouble, at the Michigan GOP Convention
For the first time in the 2022 cycle, the Michigan Republican Party showed signs that it could surf the expected red wave in November, but there is still a hazard in the water.