Author: Taylor Samuelson

Leaving The Paris Agreement Is Good For The Environment

The Paris Agreement was doomed from the start because all it did was weaken America. Trump has gone forward with his traditional style of bull in the china shop. But in the process he may have done a great service for our environment. How is this possible you ask? The answer lies in the fact that the Paris Agreement Obama entered on August 29th, was actually a major political stunt. The gravitas of the agreement was merely symbolic. But what it did do was hurt American innovation. That’s right, the Paris Agreement created an environment that hurt U.S. businesses that were...

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The Paris Agreement Exit – The Bigger Picture

President Trump has publicly announced that the United States will leave the 2016 Paris Agreement. Trump’s actions are largely symbolic, and are meant to appeal to his base. But the geopolitical fallout from this decision may be worse than he expects. The International Fallout President Barack Obama enacted the Paris Agreement without congressional approval on April 22, 2016. It will now undergo major changes as the US signals its exit. The exit highlights Trump’s foreign policy goal of putting “America First” in all aspects of foreign relations, including the environment. The major announcement is primarily a political one. The exit process, according to the New York...

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The Lies of Nye – Hijacking Science For Politics

Bill Nye likes to show the world he’s truly a “woke” scientist who knows a thing or two about the “sexuality spectrum.” In a recent debacle that went viral on YouTube, Bill showcased infamous SJW Rachel Bloom as she danced in front of children. In a song titled “My Sex Junk,” Rachel sings cringe inducing lyrics about “sex stew” and “A Tall Pansexual.” The gratuitous display seemed to leave Nye happy and giddy as he rocked out with his mouth open, next to “DJ Sea horse.” After the song which would leave any normal conscious person in shock, Nye...

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Compassion: A Conservative Principle

Compassion has always been a conservative principle. It is rooted in a love and support for the less fortunate. Conservatives are constantly told they’re against “the little guy”.  That we ignore the great societal issue of poverty and that we are cold-hearted and socially ignorant. But these accusations are based on a perception that conservatives lack sympathy. The irony is that conservatism suggests an answer that the left will never have. Our solution provides a “hand up” not a “hand out”. In 2017, many conservatives have gotten so wrapped up in attacking opposition that we’ve lost our true north. There is no question...

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The Buckley Revival Movement – America’s Future

The greatest force for good in a politically divided landscape is the voice of reason. William F. Buckley Jr., one of the greatest icons of conservatism in the 1960’s, was just such a force for good. His legacy isn’t one of division or hatred, but rather intellectual honesty and truth. Buckley didn’t leave room for political ignorance or outlandish rhetoric on “The Firing-Line,” his infamous TV series. He had a certain way with words that left his political opponents in shock, but showed poise and restraint. Moments of mutual respect and camaraderie were frequent on the series, even after...

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