Category Archives: Politics

Georgia’s 6th Congressional District Election Reporting Unusually Large Turnout

Cobb elections is reporting that the early voting for Georgia’s 6th Congressional District is four times larger than previous elections. The Democratic favorite, Jon Ossoff, faces Karen Handel in the post run-off vote where Ossoff did not receive a majority of votes to seal the election. The early voting will be held until June 16 with the official election on

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The Millennial Infatuation with Socialism

According to a poll by Reason-Rupe, majority of 18-24 year olds hold positive views towards socialism. For most Americans, especially living through the Regan era, the word “socialism” has largely negative connotations. It is obvious why since allowing the government to reach into your pockets trusting that it will redistribute your hard-earned money for positive results is a difficult concept to fathom.

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What it Would Mean to Pull Out of the Paris Agreement

UPDATE: Axios has reported that President Donald Trump will officially withdraw from the Paris Agreement. A huge win for free market energy production has been made and supporters of Trump rejoice while skeptical conservatives will breathe a sigh of relief whether they believed Trump’s campaign proposals. Meanwhile, the left is in a frenzy about the “doomed” future of our planet. There

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