Kavanaugh’s Nomination Will Likely be Approved: Here’s Why

By Bethany Erb Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh’s recent nomination to the Supreme Court has not been without controversy. After President Donald Trump nominated the federal appeals court judge in Washington, on July 9, 2018, Democratic opposition to Trump’s decision has steadily increased in fervor and vehemency.[1] The vocal opposition by Democratic senators in Kavanaugh’s Senate […]

2016 Election Edition

by Mark Cebert The Republican Party may have a Donald Trump problem. His proposed policies have resonated with many Americans frustrated with Washington politics. His nationalist and populist rhetoric have reverberated with citizens wary of the threat of ISIS. Donald Trump is connecting with traditional conservative voters, and is bringing what was once fringe conservatism […]