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Remembering John McCain: The Maverick’s Last Words As A Call To Action

Eric Brock “Do not despair of our present difficulties. We believe always in the promise and greatness of America because nothing is inevitable here. Americans never quit, we never surrender, we never hide from history. We make history.Farewell fellow Americans, God bless you, and God bless America.” – Senator John S. McCain III

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GOP Tax Plan Kicks Ass

By: Andrew Magloughlin House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Rep. Kevin Brady (R-Texas) unveiled the long-awaited Republican tax plan yesterday, dubbed the Tax Cut and Jobs Act. This bill delivers many of President Donald Trump’s campaign promises by lowering taxes for a whopping 94% of Americans.

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Cicero: A Conservative Role Model for Our Time

By: Nicholas Illuzzi With the successes of the 2016 elections, the Republican Party has found itself in its most powerful position in almost one hundred years. Not only does the GOP control all three branches of the federal government, it also has trifectas (control of the governorship and both houses of state legislators) in 26… Read more »

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When You Play The Game Of Socialism, You Win, Or You’re Poor

By: Jon Mann As aspiring academic DJ Khaled once said, “Congratulations, you played yourself.” That’s especially the case for populations that adopt socialism. In every example, someone who is not you, most notably leaders of state-owned corporations and corrupt politicians, will prosper from socialism. I am more than ready to concede many individuals benefit from… Read more »

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Conservatism Still Matters

By: Robert Rosamelia In a turbulent and demoralizing political landscape, we should defer to tradition to steady ourselves President Donald Trump is unique in nearly every metric on which a president is judged. He was elected without any prior military or political experience, he has an infamous penchant for tweeting whatever thoughts come into his… Read more »

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A Great Time to be a Republican

By: Robert Rosamelia The New Direction for AU College Republicans In President Barack Obama’s first public appearance since leaving office in January 2017, he appeared at the University of Chicago with a panel of six students and community leaders. The comments from one of the panelists, Max Freedman—himself a College Republican, struck me as particularly… Read more »