Saving Lives: Why the FDA Should Be Whittled Down To Size

In President Trump’s first address to Congress, he shared the story of Megan Crowley, a girl whose father was forced to create his own pharmaceutical company to save the life of his child. Because of “slow and burdensome” FDA regulations, lifesaving drugs can be held up for years, and thousands of young children die each […]

Beach Vacations for the poor? California is going off the deep end

This week, California lawmakers introduced a new bill that will use taxpayer dollars to help low-income residents go on beach vacations. This is not simply an abuse of tax money — it is a perfect representation of how far California has drifted away politically from the rest of America. The legislation, introduced by Democrat Lorena […]

Campus Protesters’ Hateful Tactics Show Left Doesn’t Really Think ‘Love Trumps Hate’

Protesters around the country are claiming that “Love Trumps Hate,” while at the same time using incredibly hateful tactics to fight against President Trump. If actions truly speak louder than words, then it’s clear that the Left is just fighting “hate” with more hate. I recently livestreamed a protest at UC Irvine in response to […]

Trump’s executive order kills regulations: Massive win for millennials

Government regulation cost the American economy over $2,000,000,000,000 dollars in 2015, according to The Heritage Foundation. Despite President Obama’s rhetoric of fighting for America’s youth, his regulation state has caused immense harm to my generation. It’s about time that we had a President who took this issue seriously, and who backs up his views with […]

Trump-Protesting Professors Reveal They’re More Concerned with Pushing Politics than Teaching Students

On Inauguration Day, college professors across America cancelled class and unabashedly encouraged their students to publicly claim that Donald Trump is an illegitimate President. These actions are not simply wrong; they are entirely antithetical to the mission of higher education. College and universities across the United States were designed to be places where students are […]