I did not want to vote for him. I felt somewhat ashamed for having voted for him, but it was the best bet of furthering my conservative ideals in this nation. Most conservatives, I believe, and hope, are still skeptical of Trump.
Through the first few weeks of Trump’s presidency, it has become abundantly clear that the GOP prefers to remain silent rather than speak up against the shortcomings of the current administration. I beg of the Republicans in both the House and in the Senate: are there none among you who will put country before party?
For a state to be Orwellian necessitates two ingredients: language as a tool of deception to obfuscate critical thought and a surveillant autocratic government that coerces national loyalty. At this point, Trump’s America is neither.
Millennial liberals have started to find their political voice, and have started registering to run for office, calling their congressmen and volunteering in campaigns. This is a positive step forward.
The Trump administration’s falsehoods indicates a broader conflict where two groups are struggling for the power to define the truth.
With the recent uptick in socially relevant releases, are we about to see a prosperous year for politically charged music?
Washington’s current environment and the Trump administration’s volatility may deter students from applying to become interns on Capitol Hill, and Trump will have to watch his footing to avoid stepping on the toes of his free labor.