The “Skinny Repeal” and How “Party Loyalism” Is Influencing Healthcare Reform Efforts

On July 27th, the GOP’s “skinny repeal” of the Affordable Care Act — more commonly known as “Obamacare” — was rejected due to unanimous opposition by Senate Democrats, as well as negative votes from three Republican senators, including Arizona senator … Continue reading The “Skinny Repeal” and How “Party Loyalism” Is Influencing Healthcare Reform Efforts

Off the Deep End: My Response to an Article Calling for the Abortion of White Babies

I’ve found the most ludicrous article that’s ever been published on this ridiculous thing we call the Internet: https://medusamagazine.com/beyond-pro-choice-the-solution-to-white-supremacy-is-white-abortion. It’s short but loaded, and as I was reading it, I was sure that it was satirical — but it’s not. … Continue reading Off the Deep End: My Response to an Article Calling for the Abortion of White Babies

“Part and Parcel”: A City Girl’s Stance on Sadiq Khan’s View of City Life

It has been less than a week since three ISIS fighters (I am refraining from calling them soldiers because I do not wish to taint the good name of real, honorable soldiers) decided to wreak havoc on the Southwark area in … Continue reading “Part and Parcel”: A City Girl’s Stance on Sadiq Khan’s View of City Life

My Life as a Conservative at a Liberal Arts College: Stupid Things I’ve Heard on Campus This Week

I still remember November 8th, 2016 like it was yesterday. I had been watching the election results come in at a senior friend’s apartment with a couple of friends when we collectively decided to go crash the viewing party in … Continue reading My Life as a Conservative at a Liberal Arts College: Stupid Things I’ve Heard on Campus This Week