Trump’s Second SOTU Bold but Well-Received

On Tuesday evening, President Donald Trump delivered his State of the Union address, a speech especially anticipated after the end of the longest government shutdown in history. Claims abound over whether Trump’s purpose was to re-energize his base or speak to those in the middle by pivoting his language, however, objective polling indicates that the […]

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Playing a Part in Chip Roy’s Victory

As the tension and excitement from midterms finally comes to a close, I’ve had the opportunity to reflect on my involvement in Chip Roy’s campaign in Texas’s 21st congressional district. Though I attend school in San Angelo and live in Mike Conaway’s congressional district, I was offered the opportunity to engage voters through blockwalking and […]

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The Importance of the American Nationalist Revival

The ultimate low point of Barack Obama’s presidency was perhaps his failure in easing the increasing cultural divide in his own nation. With the rise of extremism in groups like Black Lives Matter, the blossoming strength of identity politics, and the acceptance of social justice madness—the first black president doesn’t have much to show for […]

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