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Two Millennials Travel The Country With Little to No Possessions & No Money Relying on God & Strangers to Help Them Along the Way

Meet Andrew Kelly and Josh Webb of Guys On A Dime: on an adventure of minimal possessions, and reliance on others and God.

Will Freedom of Association be Revived?

Compulsory membership in a union, and in any group, violates directly one’s First Amendment right to freedom of association. Freedom of speech is worth little when not supported by the right to commune with like-minded individuals.

The Side Effects of the Campus Conservative Victimhood Industry

The campus conservative industry has opted for a victimhood mentality with surprising success, but not without its own set of side-effects.

A Tale of Two Godfathers

The multi-phase Republican wave of the 2010’s was the culmination of two separate ideologies; intellectually founded by two men who would ultimately never share in the success of their own movements.

Does Wheaton College Hate Gays?

Recent incidents at the Christian college have brought up questions about Wheaton’s treatment of its LGBTQ students.

Mr. President, What’s the Rush?

By rushing to complete campaign promises in his first 100 days, Trump might have hurt his chances at success.

Twitter Culture and its War Against Free Thinking

Social media users need to make sure they are not pushing aside intellectual pursuits in a rush to be the next big online influencer.

Can Conservatives Preserve Tradition, or Is It a Losing Fight?

Can Reactionism try to freeze things in place, or will it merely be swept in the current of modernism, like a bridge in a flood?

Make America Smart Again: A Rebirth of Intellectualism During the Trump Presidency

In a society where intellectualism is a lost art, is it really that bad of a cost of the Trump Administration if people begin to educate themselves?

The Deadly Consequences of Ignoring the Real Problem Behind Mass Shootings

The real problem behind school shootings is mental health. And schools continue to miss it.

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The Side Effects of the Campus Conservative Victimhood Industry

The Side Effects of the Campus Conservative Victimhood Industry

John-Pierre Maeli

The campus conservative industry has opted for a victimhood mentality with surprising success, but not without its own set of side-effects.

A Tale of Two Godfathers

A Tale of Two Godfathers

Eric Lendrum

The multi-phase Republican wave of the 2010’s was the culmination of two separate ideologies; intellectually founded by two men who would ultimately never share in the success of their own movements.

Lebron James on Racist Vandalism: “Being black in America is tough”

Lebron James on Racist Vandalism: “Being black in America is tough”

John-Pierre Maeli

At a press conference before the beginning of the NBA finals, Lebron James responds to the racial vandalism at his L.A. home and its implications for him and America.