Author: Cristina Jimenez

Berkeley and the Future of Conservatism

The year is 2017. College professors are reportedly engaging in domestic terrorist activity. Schools openly and shamelessly promote leftist thought, and hostility and violence toward dissenting thinkers is flourishing on campuses nationwide. Anyone right of center is labeled fascist, and Bill Nye is still considered a real scientist. Lawlessness abounds, while the term “fake news” has officially become part of the American lexicon. As conservatives, we understand that there is no freedom without freedom of speech. We also know that, once our First Amendment rights became suppressed through the educational system, any hope of having productive discourse died along...

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Relax, the North Korea Situation is Under Control

While tensions between the US and North Korea have been active since the 1950s, the last few weeks seem to be showing a shift in US dealings with the rogue state. Although the media has stoked fears of a reinvigorated Korean War, are we really any closer to open conflict than we were in past decades? The latest round of media hype has focused on Kim Jong-un’s provocative actions and the resulting tough talk from President Trump’s administration. While some in the mainstream media are framing the events as a potential prelude to armed conflict, these actions seem similar...

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Is Trump’s Title X Rollback a Sign of Big Abortion’s Waning Influence?

After reviewing a Congressional joint resolution, President Trump officialy reversed a Title X funding regulation put in place by the Obama administration. The regulation required all 50 states to provide federal funding to family planning centers, regardless of whether or not those centers provided abortions. The resolution, which gives states the power to deny Title X funding to abortion providers like Planned Parenthood, is a landmark victory for the pro-life movement. “Prioritizing funding away from Planned Parenthood to comprehensive health care alternatives is a winning issue.” – Marjorie Dannenfelser, President of the Susan B Anthony List While the fight...

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Airstrike in Syria: Mastery or Mistake?

On April 4, the release of chemical agents in the Syrian province of Idlib caused a tragedy that prompted President Trump to launch 59 Tomahawk missiles. The air strike targeted a government airfield in the war-torn nation. Early reports from Idlib, an area controlled by al-Qaeda terrorists, included a death toll of at least 58 people. At least eleven victims were children. As images of the aftermath were splashed across social media and eyewitness accounts poured out of the region, the devastation became impossible to ignore. Following an investigation, the Turkish Ministry of Health concluded that the chemical released...

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When it Comes to Faith, Pence Needs no Defense

Vice President Mike Pence has scandalized the nation once again. This time? The publication of a recent Washington Post article that included comments Pence made to The Hill in 2002 has inflamed leftists. Pence is under fire… for being loyal to his wife. The Ridiculous Charges In the Washington Post article, Pence shared that one of the ways he expresses his loyalty and devotion to his wife is by upholding physical and emotional boundaries in his interactions with other women. In the article, Pence stated that he refuses to have dinner alone with another woman, or attend an event...

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