Why Voting Should Not Be an Unmitigated Right

Passion is a necessary ingredient in the political process; it’s what drives us to advocate for what we believe in, and to vote. But there’s a critical balance that must be struck between passion and knowledge. If one possesses ample passion, but little knowledge, they will make poor decisions. A level of dispassion is required to properly asses ideas, while an overabundance of passion fogs the mind. With the recent events at Yale and University of Missouri, there’s been a lot of talk of immaturity Read more […]

D.C. to Give Non-American Citizens Right to Vote

The only reason politicians want to give non-American citizens the right to vote is so that those non-citizens will vote for those politicians. This goes for both political parties. Unfortunately, the establishments of both parties pander to immigrants and those who haven’t gone through the processes to become American citizens. They’re just trying to buy votes. The political process has become a game, the object of which is to own all the demographic groups:  women, Blacks, Latinos, the youth, Read more […]

Should Everyone Be Allowed To Vote?

“You guys are fed a lot of cynicism every single day about how nothing works and big institutions stink and government is broken…The world is less violent than it has ever been. It is healthier than it has ever been. It is more tolerant than it has ever been. It is better fed then it’s ever been. It is more educated than it’s ever been.” – Barack ObamaWe have a problem in our country, and the roots of this problem have become more deeply entrenched in our national identity with each passing Read more […]