It’s no secret that Republicans and Libertarians are not happy with politicians in Washington who are not fulfilling their promises. Namely, the repeal of Obamacare. The ideologies of the Republican and Libertarian parties share a common foundation. They can both be simplified to the desire for smaller government and more personal freedoms. In the coming years, it would be smart for Republicans and Libertarians to join forces against the Democratic Party. A Missouri Candidate Can Bridge the Gap Austin Petersen is an excellent example of a person with ideological beliefs that represent both parties and can potentially establish a middle...Read More
Author: Gabrielle Temaat
As the battle over healthcare continues in the Senate, Democrats argue against the repeal of Obamacare by insisting that “healthcare is a right.” Many believe healthcare to be a right that the government should provide for free, paid for by tax payer money, to those who cannot afford it. However, there are several flaws with this argument. To make the claim that healthcare is a right is to ignore the definition of a human right and neglect to consider everything this statement implies. Senator Rand Paul gives the perfect response Recently, Senator Rand Paul gave the following statement in response...Read More
Prager University recently released a video, presented by Greg Gutfeld, titled “Why the Right is Right”. He discusses the relationship between conservatism and liberalism in an underutilized but incredibly accurate way. As Gutfeld correctly states, “liberalism takes what conservatism makes”. Liberalism depends on a conservative economy Greg Gutfeld argues that only conservatism brings money into the economy because free market principles generate economic growth, and he’s right. For example, the freight rail brought significant revenue into the economy due to the deregulation. The government stepped aside and allowed private companies to make unrestricted decisions on their own, allowed them to flourish. As a result,...Read More
Republican Karen Handel recently beat Democrat Jon Ossoff in the House of Representatives election for Georgia’s 6th District. A strong female beat a while male in a major election, but to nobody’s surprise, feminists are not celebrating. Rather, prior to the election, many Hollywood feminists bashed Handel on Twitter and backed her opponent. Ossoff spent nearly $25 million running his campaign, while Handel spent roughly $5 million. Financial assets never guarantee a victory, but they sure help. However, Handel emerged victorious and beat her male opponent, breaking the glass ceiling of the patriarchy, as feminists might see it. Why aren’t feminists celebrating? Emphasizing gender...Read More
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