Author: Cody Hawkins

Funeral for George H.W. Bush Further Shows That Civility is Gone

As everyone gathered to honor the life and legacy of former President George H.W. Bush, it seemed as though many people were incapable of the smallest gesture of human decency. Social media, and news outlets, were flooded with nonsensical stories about basically everything other than the life and legacy of the former President. In a story from Slate, the website actually took the time to remind us that Bush’s service dog, Sully, was only a part of his life for the last 6 months, and not his lifelong partner. The article is referencing a viral tweet that shows Sully...

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Reactionaries: Conservatism’s Biggest Threat

Currently, the biggest threat to conservatism is not the left at all. The biggest threat is actually inside the movement, and comes from our most reactionary elements. The Current Landscape America’s political landscape is nothing if not fascinating. The modern left has devolved almost to a point of no return: values, facts, and basic intellect are becoming subservient to feelings and subjective reality. Leftists call anyone who dares to disagree with them a “fascist.” They call President Trump a “Nazi,” and they call law-abiding NRA members “child murderers.” Conservatives are right to tirelessly fight against this for the rights and values...

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OPINION: Cultural Appropriation is Not a Bad Thing, It Only Reveals the Double Standard of the Left

The left is at it again. The constant escapades of victimhood and mob mentality have become a normal occurrence in our society, with Utah high school senior Keziah Daum being the most recent victim of the left’s intolerance. Her prom dress sparked a large debate over “cultural appropriation” on Twitter, with many news outlets and political activists speaking out on both sides on the issue. Even people from mainland China chimed in to support Daum for the portrayal and appreciation of their culture. The dress was a red cheongsam, also known as a qipao — the high-collared, form-fitting traditional Chinese dress. A...

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Judicial Activism: The American Oligarchy

The Constitution describes three branches of government. Each branch holds different inherent powers, with no single branch yielding more power than the others. The founders understood, to a great extent, that power is a slippery slope, and our fallen nature always pushes us to gain more. However, with three branches of government designed to check and balance the power of every other branch, it creates an endless power struggle that keeps the American people in charge of the government. Yet, for years we have seen violations and gradual abolition of these basic truths in all branches of government, with...

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Students Lead Pro-Life Walkout, Media Falls Silent

Do you remember the March for our Lives a few weeks ago? Of course you do. It was all over social media. But more importantly, news outlets covered it essentially non-stop. But did you see the recent Pro-Life Walkout? Probably not, and the media is largely to blame for that, as well. On April 11th at 10:00 am, students united in a walkout to protest abortion and Planned Parenthood. Event planners designed the protest to parallel the anti-gun walkout that occurred on March 14th. More than 191 high schools, and 81 colleges participated in this national walkout. The official description on their...

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