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Matt

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Barack Obama set an economic record during his presidency, and it’s one no president would ever want. Upon leaving office, he was the first president since Herbert Hoover (who presided […]

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This week, President Trump spoke in front of the United Nations for the first time. In his speech, the president singled out North Korea, promising that the United States could […]

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How common is voter fraud, really? There’s no one answer I can give you, because estimates vary widely among studies. When trying to present voter fraud as a non-problem, it’s […]

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Back in my freshmen year of college, I found Booker T. Washington’s “Up From Slavery” on a list of books for a required English course. Booker T. was the dominant […]

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Lawrence O’Donnell, MSNBC’s self-described socialist who “lives to the extreme of you mere liberals” and wants to “ban all guns,” must’ve ticked off those working on his set just as […]

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Tax reform is at the top of the Trump Administration’s agenda right now, and if we’re given what’s promised, you’ll be a very happy person come tax season. The stock […]

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A modern remake of Stephen King’s “It” hit the theaters last week, and it’s been a major boon for the film industry after a historically slow summer showing. Opening with […]

single-payer health care

Socialist Senator Bernie Sanders is pushing for America to adopt single-payer healthcare through his “Medicare for All Act of 2017.” Thankfully, that bill has zero chance of passing thanks to […]

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Whether it’s in the House of Representatives, the Senate, or the White House, Republicans and Democrats alike don’t appear to have much trouble spending like drunken sailors. However, that isn’t […]

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Former President Barack Obama had no problem publicly sympathizing with the 2011 Occupy Wall Street movement as members claimed to protest income inequality (particularly in the form of the “99% […]

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Among President Donald Trump’s greatest successes thus far has been keeping government regulation in check. Almost without exception (the exception being the Reagan years), the number of pages in the […]

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Ben Shapiro spoke at UC Berkeley last week, and if you read the news coverage, you’d be under the impression that Shapiro was the name of a destructive hurricane. “Berkeley […]

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