Shawn Fleetwood is a college student attending the University of Mary Washington, where he plans to major in Political Science and Journalism. He also serves as a state content writer for Convention of States Action.
Mark Kelly’s China corruption coupled with the upcoming Supreme Court battle could be enough to push Martha McSally over the finish line.
If suburban voters begin to understand what Biden’s housing rule would mean for their communities, many would flock back to Trump, irrespective of what they think of his tweets.
No longer can the silent majority let our voices be drowned out by the angry, left-wing mob. We must be brave enough to stand with the men and women of law enforcement.
Rather than punishing China for its grotesque and barbaric actions, the UN instead rewarded the tyrannical regime with more power and influence in momentous decision-making that will affect the world.
Rather than produce good results for patients, overbearing regulations such as certificate-of-need laws have inflated health-care costs and created a lack of competition, leading to poor care and shortages.
No matter how the Supreme Court votes on Obamacare, people will be angry. But it must stand by the Constitution, and that means canceling the Affordable Care Act.
Justice Neil Gorsuch issued a concurring opinion about the threat nationwide injunctions present to separation of powers and the role of the courts under the Constitution.
Biden’s phony moderate shtick will only hold up for so long, as true moderate and centrist voters will begin to see his tendencies to move left with the rest of the party on key issues.
Both parties on Capitol Hill finally agree on something: spending more money. The new budget deal reminds us it’s time to call a convention of states.
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