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Tag: elections
  • Karith Foster brings “Stereotyped 101” to Kent State

    Kent State’s YAL chapter had the pleasure of hosting humorist Karith Foster last week for her “Stereotyped 101” lecture. As we all know, this week has been tense for the nation, and our campus was one of the many who held protests against the results of the 2016 Presidential election. After 18 months of a …

  • Two Parties, One Map

    Now that the debt ceiling crisis is over and done with (for now at least), the next big legislative fight that will be taking place this year will be redistricting battles in the states. As in mandated by the Constitution, state legislatures must redraw congressional and state legislative maps every ten years to represent the …

  • Romaine Quinn Answers Your Questions

    Hey guys, here are the responses to the question everybody had for Romaine Quinn a while back. YAL: What do you consider yourself politically (conservative, libertarian, etc.) and why? RQ: As I’ve said before, I follow the teachings of Ron Paul, so I would consider myself a Libertarian-leaning Republican/Conservative. I fit the party line on most …

  • Reading between the lines in Scott Brown’s MA Win.

    I don’t expect “MA <3’s GOP” t-shirts are going to be flying off the Boston shelves anytime soon. But the GOP should be excited about their electoral prospects for 2010, given the improbable victory of Republican Scott Brown who will be taking over Ted Kennedy’s senate seat.  (This is not an endorsement of Brown or any …

  • Reality Check: Let’s Talk Strategy

    As the recent Ron Paul/ Lindsey Graham blow up illustrates, there is a deep and genuine divide in the Republican Party.  While many would argue that this is a bad thing, I would only posit that’s only true if we fail to prove the viability of our movement by winning elections.  We have right on …

  • Why Ron Paul wins

    Do you wonder how Ron Paul stays elected year after year? It’s not “Ron Paul R3volution” signs, voting to bring our troops home, or fighting to end the Federal Reserve. In fact, it’s quite the opposite. Rep. Paul is known as a family man, doctor, and principled conservative in his congressional district. The Ron Paul …