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Jan
02
2017

White Male Survival Guide 2017

02, Jan

By Katie Kieffer


By Katie Kieffer China got it wrong: 2017 is not the year of the rooster—it’s the year of the white male. 2017 is the year the white man takes back his worth. Black Male Supremacists. Unheard of. Brown Male Supremacists. … Continue reading

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Dec
12
2016

Politician-Pope: Francis’ Climate Crusade

12, Dec

By Katie Kieffer

Pope Francis

By Katie Kieffer Pope Francis is the only pope in history to explicitly intervene in an American presidential election—and while the pontiff’s goal is evidently to attract Millennials, record numbers of young people mistrust the Catholic Church. As a Catholic, … Continue reading

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Aug
08
2016

New Thugs on the Block

08, Aug

By Katie Kieffer

silhouette of man walking at night

New Kids on the Block was an American boy band that rocked the charts in the late 80s and early 90s with songs like “Step by Step.” Today, local politicians are stepping—quickly and quietly—to power and affluence as you and I focus on the Trump-Clinton presidential race, and forget the politics on our own block.

Most Americans mistakenly ignore local politics despite the fact that we as voters have far more influence on our own block than on Pennsylvania Avenue. Today, I’ll share several shocking stories of “New Thugs on the Block”—local politicians taking advantage of their constituents. Continue reading

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Jul
25
2016

So You’re Voting Your Conscience…

25, Jul

By Katie Kieffer

Vote

Many people conflate “voting your conscience” with writing-in a third party candidate—a mistake caused by thinking you are personally responsible for the actions of your politicians.

Last week, Sen. Ted Cruz confused evangelical voters who hold his opinion in high regard. In his speech at the GOP National Convention in Ohio, he subtly advised them not to vote for the GOP nominee, Donald Trump. Despite being invited by the Trump campaign to command a prime speaking slot, Cruz did not use the slot to unify the party and defeat Hillary Clinton. Instead, he preached vague marching orders: Continue reading

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Jul
17
2016

Be Yourself, Trump: Go Big Or Go Home

17, Jul

By Katie Kieffer

Donald Trump

When 125,000 balloons drop on Donald Trump this week as he becomes the Republican presidential nominee at the national convention in Ohio, he better go big—or go home.

How? Not by turning the GOP “big tent” into a bigger circus. By refusing to back down from political incorrectness and bold ideas. Continue reading

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Jul
11
2016

Clock Boy Messes With Texas

11, Jul

By Katie Kieffer

Texas cowboy

Don’t mess with Texas, Clock Boy. If you’re too young to remember the Alamo, Google it. Then decide if you still want to ‘come and take it.’

Two weeks ago, the notorious Clock Boy, Ahmed Mohamed, returned to Texas after spending nine months in Qatar where he says he finally felt free to learn about Islam. Continue reading

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Jun
13
2016

A Vote Against Hillary

13, Jun

By Katie Kieffer


Trump never promised me anything. Indeed, he refused to promise not to run third party. Yet those who proposed political marriage—or unity—to Trump are now filing for divorce, even though it means losing our country to Hillary.

If you’re a regular reader, you have likely intuited that my top choices for president were Sen. Rand Paul and Sen. Ted Cruz. But I refuse to join the “Never Trump” crowd and feel drawn to explain why—so that you too may decide. Continue reading

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Jun
06
2016

When Refugees Get An Olympic Team

06, Jun

By Katie Kieffer

Olympics

Allowing refugees to compete in the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil won’t solve the global refugee crisis—but it will benefit political opportunists.

Last week, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced that it had selected 10 athletes—four females and six males—to compete in Rio. The refugees will carry the IOC flag, since they have no common national flag. Continue reading

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