I have always been fond of the analogy relating the United States to a melting pot; an analogy really embraced and preached in the 1990’s and early 2000’s. It truly is the best way to describe the unification and assimilation of the many diverse cultures immigrating to, and living within, the United States. With this concept, I like to picture a Hispanic man eating sushi, a Japanese woman wearing a sombrero, an Italian man practicing yoga, and at the end of the day, no one bats an eye because of how normal and appropriate it is. After all, cultures...Read More
Author: Reid Hansen
I have only really seen such videos on Facebook of Trump supporters and Republicans getting drinks thrown in their face or kicked out of businesses in a fiery shouting match for daring to step foot in a left-leaning business. Prominent members of the President’s cabinet, including Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, have even experienced such a rejection and denial of service from restaurants and venues alike as well. Upon watching these videos and reading these articles that so accurately describe the state of the war on conservatives, the thought-process of believing such a thing would “never happen to someone like...Read More
It is safe to say that Halloween, at least nowadays, is a child’s holiday. Dressing up as your favorite Disney character or superhero and collecting candy from houses on your street seems like any red-blooded kid’s dream. Although, I am not afraid to admit that I, a 23-year old man, still participate in the dressing up part as well. But what used to be a fun holiday that chimes in the rest of the year’s winter festivities has become a platform for social justice warriors to sink their ideas into and politicize another enjoyable activity. A recent group of...Read More
You’ve done it. You’ve graduated high school, and you’re going to college in hopes of joining the thirty-percent of Americans who have a college degree. Good for you! You can find many guides on how to “survive” college or even a book on possible degrees. Something you may or may not find, however, is a guide to the “political climate” of the common public university. Hint: It doesn’t lean to the right. At all. So what can you do to survive? This advice is not just for new freshman. It also serves well for anyone who may feel hushed by liberal rhetoric,...Read More
Whenever I write about campus protests, I can’t help feeling like I’m repeating myself. How many stories of intolerant protesters, violent Antifa members, and presidential death threats do I have to write about? Well, I am sorry to say, this week’s story deals with the left’s bigotry once more. Let’s dive in. On Thursday, September 14th, Ben Shapiro spoke at the University of California at Berkeley and held a question and answer session. After the school’s many failed attempts to block Shapiro from coming to speak, he finally did; though, it wasn’t pretty. As if arresting 9 protesters for banned weaponry...Read More
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