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TheCollegeConservative Library

Tweet “Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is True, whatever is Noble, whatever is Right, whatever is Pure, whatever is Lovely, whatever is Admirable –if anything is Excellent or Praiseworthy- think about such things.” –Philippians 4:8 Conservatism is not about winning elections. Conservatism goes far beyond Mitt Romney or Barack Obama. It is deeper than the shallow talking points on cable news and talk radio. Certainly, it is far more meaningful than a single election. Elections are great. They are, in fact, necessary for a self-governing Republic. However, the true conservative sees elections as secondary to his ultimate mission of...

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The United States of America and Ancient Rome: The Sobering Parallels of Big Government Failure

Tweet Any simple examination of the history of civilization will shed light on two of the most successful empires of all time– The United States of America and The Ancient Roman Empire. These two impressive success stories are wonders of the world. However, as history shows us, no empire has lasted forever. When the citizens of ancient Rome gave more power to politicians, the Roman government grew to an alarming extent. In the act of promising their constituents hefty entitlements and luxuries, the Roman Empire met the same fate most socialist governments do — failure. As America faces growing...

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Barf: Santorum Out. Romney In. Convince Me.

Tweet “Rick Santorum plans to suspend his campaign for the GOP presidential nomination,” reports USA TODAY. What? Huh? Seriously? What was that? As I see Facebook and Twitter explode with this news, my mind is trying to come to grips with these words: “Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney.” I don’t want to believe it, but it is seemingly a statistical fact. I want to like Mitt Romney, I really do. But, it is becoming harder and harder to do so as I think about him more and more.  How can I vote for a man who has his own...

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How I Became a “Feminist:” Discovering the Viral Rape Culture

A few months ago, I liked a Facebook group of the popular blog, “Boston Barstool Sports,” a sub-sect of the greater Barstool Empire, which includes the regions of New York, Philadelphia, and an array of collegiate universities. Soon after, my newsfeed became clogged with the daily “guess that a**” column and the “smoke shows of the day,” which parades college girls from across the country as sex symbols.  I soon became concerned about the degradation of American society and investigated exactly what Barstool represented. Under the Boston Barstool Sports fan page, the group is described as: “A bunch of average Joes,...

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Baseball and Politics

Tweet It’s a ball wrapped in white leather, stitched together with red string. It’s a stick made out of maple or ash, chiseled and stained to just the right color and length. It’s a diamond that does not sparkle or shine, but has four bases with the final called “home.” It’s a large piece of leather – created to catch. Home run, strike three, safe, and out. These are all images and words of the most American sport: baseball. Today is opening day for baseball; millions of Americans have officially begun their yearly ritual of “rooting for their home...

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