After obtaining the recommendation of the National Education Association for president, former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, spoke at the NEA’s convention in Washington, D.C. today. According to NEA’s website, in order to win the…
All is not well in the Democratic Party and among their black activists. Be prepared, Philly.
Shaking things up at Louisville has angered state Democrats.
Not that Woodrow Wilson was a saint, but seriously, outrage at everything?
No registered Republican college professors in at least 15 departments in Chapel Hill. Wow.
WASHINGTON — Bye bye Bernie? Not this week (or last week). Hillary Clinton may be doing great in the polls — in fact, she’s already garnered enough delegates to become the first female Democratic nominee…
Although the 2016 campaign may no longer “feel the Bern” after tomorrow’s primary, hundreds of supporters at the Sanders’ DC rally last Thursday feel that Bernie has something that the other two candidates lack — consistency.
While the presidential nominees have been jostling for the public’s attention, some voters are looking towards the future and what it could bring regarding the 2nd Amendment. Currently, with Donald Trump as the presumed Republican…
Most college graduate millennials will change jobs four times before they reach the age of 32. U.S. Senator Ben Sasse (R-NE), overt leader of the #nevertrump movement, addressed this unprecedented issue to demonstrate the great problem that both political parties face — a lack of vision for the millennials.
From Campus Reform: “The U.S. House of Representatives has rejected a Democrat-led effort to withhold ROTC funding from The Citadel unless it removes a Confederate flag on display in its chapel.”