To my parents, voting for a third party candidate is basically like voting for Hillary Clinton. To my liberal peers, voting for a third party candidate is like voting for Trump. I’m told by everyone I talk to that I shouldn’t “waste” my vote by selecting a third party candidate. Yet as someone who feels completely alienated by both parties, I feel that I’m not only left without another choice, but also that my vote counts substantially more than the votes of those who select a Republican or Democrat. Here’s why. Continue reading
With a string of Super Tuesday victories and a nearly insurmountable delegate lead, Donald Trump will be the Republican nominee for president, putting him even closer to holding the highest office in the land and being the leader of the free world.
If you’re like me, this is terrifying. If you’re not like me, it’s probably also terrifying.
More terrifying than that, however, is the popularity of Bernie Sanders’ campaign for big government on the other side of the aisle in concert with Trump’s bid for presidency. Trump’s success should be the greatest argument against growing the government the way Sanders wants to. Continue reading