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An Argument Against the Electoral College

The Constitution of the United States remains one of the most influential documents ever written, reinventing democracy and paving the way for a more just and holy union. This text would be ineffectual and without cause, if it were not for its preamble: We hold

A Critique of Leftist Rhetoric: Part 3

“Here’s the deal: No matter how you look at the map, the only way Democrats can hold power is to build on their coalition, and that will have to include more rural white voters from across the country. Democrats are never going to win a

A Critique of Leftist Rhetoric: Part 2

There is a certain moral weight to COVID-19. As was seen most clearly in the presidential election of 2020, COVID, and specifically its vaccine, was completely politicized. I do not mean this in an abstract, personal anecdote-based sense, but as a distinct party line drawn

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos needs to go back to school

While the Trump Administration has been anything but stable, one figure stands alone in their consistent ineptitude. Betsy DeVos, the sixty-year-old Education Secretary, has continued to exude a sense of cluelessness that rivals the likes of George W. Bush. This shouldn’t come as a surprise