Author: Taylor Samuelson

Social Conservatism – The New Minority

Social conservatism encourages us to live a life with dignity and intellectual strength, a strength to face life’s greatest challenges, knowing that there is hope through God.  It’s difficult enough to be a college student and a social conservative at the same time.  But the conservative movement on campus is facing an internal threat–and it comes from the alt-right. A tactical effort is being made by individuals within the alt-right who want to re-brand conservatism and undermine its values.  Now, more than ever, we must remember that making moral judgement calls and calling out your fellow conservatives when they...

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Liberal Feudalism Vs. Conservatives

On college campuses throughout the country, conservatives are public enemy number one. Standardized curriculums hold perspectives contrary to conservatism, and the US department of Education does nothing to keep bias out of the classroom. According to a piece written by Lauren Cooley with Lifezette, conservative students and professors have been increasingly marginalized. If backlash from fellow students is not enough, liberal professors will do everything they can to silence dissenting views in the classroom. The ridiculous and unregulated abhorrent attacks on conservatives occur on a daily basis. Seeing a professor face absolutely no reprimand for destroying a memorial commemorating...

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Radical Professor Degrades 9/11 Victims Memorial

On September 8th, at approximately 7:00AM at Saddleback College, a professor named Margot Lovett removed 6 posters part of an activism activity done by Young Americas Foundation to remember thousands of lives lost during the 9/11 terrorist attacks. While holding the removed posters, the professor stated that students needed approval from student government before posting anything on the BGS building. She went on to destroy the private property by YAF. Lovett was most likely acting in reference to the controversial SOCCD Administrative Regulation 8000 (AR 8000), which prevents students from posting material on “Campus controlled building or structure”. While posters...

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A Divided Nation & Journalism’s Downfall

In the 2016 election year, people are in need of true journalism more than ever. The unfortunate reality is that honorable and integrity driven reporting is dying. With few options to choose from, Americans are becoming more divided thanks to mega media groups and the popularity of positive reinforcement reporting. With today’s news a person can choose to only hear the perspective they want to, thus further paving the way for a divided country. Facts are no longer central to newsworthy publications, and the branding of journalism is becoming more and more hypocritical each day. News is much easier...

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Homelessness in California – An Unresolved Challenge

Homelessness is a problem that faces cities across the country, and it has a significant drain on local communities. Eric Johnson with Reuters reports that in 2015, more than 500,000 people were homeless in America. The report also stated that a quarter of those within that number were children. California’s homeless problem is nothing new for cities like Los Angeles and San Diego. Skid row is a dedicated 54 block region of the Los Angeles metropolitan area that hosts an estimated 2,521 homeless individuals. The Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority estimates an average of 28,000 people are homeless on...

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