Student Opinion – Should We Be Drilling Oil In America?

With the significant rise in oil prices around the globe, Americans have found themselves wondering why the United States doesn’t drill its own oil.  According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, the United States has been the world’s largest oil and natural gas producer since 2018.  This past January, overall inflation reached the highest it has been in 40 years. […]

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Politics With Peyton: Here’s How to Celebrate Women’s History Month (The Right Way)

Each month seems to welcome a themed celebration, though not all causes – like Pride Month – warrant recognition. However, I have been fervently celebrating Women’s History Month this March — as should you.  Most of these months can lean towards businesses using their platform as “allies” with women – a form of virtue signaling. When used correctly, celebration months […]

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Student Opinion – Kentanji Brown Jackson Is A Typical Liberal Candidate

Ketanji Brown Jackson has found herself in one of the most undesirable situations in recent political history — a Supreme Court nomination hearing. The confirmations of Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett set a modern precedent of contentious nomination processes, and Jackson’s confirmation will be no easy feat in an evenly split Senate. Based purely on resume, Jackson […]

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Movie Review: Death Of The Nile

Mystery thrillers and whodunit comedy films have been known to entice cinema lovers for decades. Nowadays however, rather than asking who the murderer is, audience members end up asking whether these films have run their course and can still be fresh and entertaining. With the release of Kenneth Branagh’s “Death on the Nile,” I endorse the fact that, if done […]

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President Biden Delivers His First SOTU Speech Where He Speaks On Ukraine More Than The U.S.

Amid a backdrop of 40-year-high inflation, the Russian invasion of Ukraine and a falling approval rating within his own party, President Joe Biden delivered a State of the Union address which went as many expected. In his speech, Biden couldn’t decide if he was a modern FDR with a revolutionary progressive agenda or a bipartisan bridge builder promoting moderate legislation. […]

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Cons of Legalizing Recreational Marijuana Use

The legalization of marijuana, used both medicinally and recreationally, is left up to individual states to decide whether it should be decriminalizedMJBizDaily reports, “California was the first state to legalize medical marijuana in 1996. Since then, the medical use of cannabis has been legalized in 39 states and the District of Columbia. Recreational or adult use of cannabis is also […]

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Awake Not Woke: My Takeaways From CPAC

This past weekend I had the immense pleasure of joining fellow staff members from the Liberty Champion for a long weekend in Orlando, Florida, attending the Conservative Political Action Conference. Here are my takeaways from this weekend:   I have attended one political conference before this. CPAC showed me the importance of questioning and truly understanding my political beliefs.  At […]

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