Report: Democratic National Committee reports hack to FBI

On Tuesday, the Democratic National Committee reported an attempted hack of it''s voter database to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The report, first noted by the Washington Post, came two years after Russian hackers reportedly hacked into the DNC email database and released thousands of emails in the midst of Hillary Clinton’s bid for the … Continue reading Report: Democratic National Committee reports hack to FBI

An Increasing Minimum Wage Hurts the Economy in the Long Run

In economics, minimum wage is illustrated as a "binding price ceiling" which represents a price control typically set by the government. This price control sets a limit on the legal hourly wage that an employer can pay an employee. When talking about wages, binding price ceilings are important to the employee because it guarantees them … Continue reading An Increasing Minimum Wage Hurts the Economy in the Long Run

Elizabeth Warren Introduces Bill to Roll Back Economic Liberty

Many have heard the mantras of socialist activists and politicians over the course of the past two years. Socialists such as Bernie Sanders and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez have declared war on the American value of liberty, trumpeting their intention to rob income-earners to pay for socialized medicine, free education, and benefits for those who cannot or, … Continue reading Elizabeth Warren Introduces Bill to Roll Back Economic Liberty

Why You Should Care about Wisconsin’s Primaries

On November 8th, 2016, Wisconsin shocked the country when it turned red. As a swing state that was highly contested, many Americans believed that Wisconsin would ultimately turn toward the biggest voice that had been echoing from it: Hillary Clinton. Like many states, the major cities within Wisconsin glowed blue: Madison, a university town, and … Continue reading Why You Should Care about Wisconsin’s Primaries

The Rise and Potential Fall of Bernie Sanders.

Several years ago, U.S Senator Bernie Sanders' (I-VT) national profile did not extend far outside of his state of Vermont. The former Burlington Mayor and U.S Representative was largely delegated to his small state in the Northeast. In the so-called "invisible primary" leading up to the 2016 Election, Sanders was unimpressed by the field of … Continue reading The Rise and Potential Fall of Bernie Sanders.

Corruption & the Democratic Tea Party Moment

Heading into the midterm elections, the Democratic Party’s leadership announced that fighting corruption will be a central issue in their campaign. This is due to the fact that their base and independent/moderate rural voters care about this issue. The Democrats need the support of both sides if they want to make meaningful gains this November. … Continue reading Corruption & the Democratic Tea Party Moment

Dems’ Civil War Continues in Primaries

If you thought the Democratic Party was ready to heal after the unexpected and brutal loss in the 2016 presidential election, think again.  As the nation undergoes a wave of Democratic and Republican primaries ahead of the November midterm elections, politicos are anxiously reading the tea leaves to predict fates.  Will Donald Trump's base keep … Continue reading Dems’ Civil War Continues in Primaries