Candidate for Governor Visits Penn State

Senator Scott Wagner visited Penn State University on Monday, the 27th, to speak to College Republicans. The visit was part of his campaign tour as he runs for Pennsylvania State governor. Senator Wagner chose to become an entrepreneur at the age of twenty, without a college degree. He has since experienced much success with his two businesses Penn Waste and KBS Trucking. He has been a state Senator since 2014, defeating both Republican candidate and Democratic candidate by  write-in…

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YouTube Restricting Gay Users (and InfoWars)

YouTube has faced backlash this week from social media, major corporations, and YouTube users themselves after the website found itself in two major controversies: blocking some LGBTQ videos in restricted mode & placing companies’ ads next to “extremist” videos. These controversies started when YouTube viewers and content creators realized that some or all of their content was being blocked in YouTube’s optional restricted mode. According to YouTube’s user policy, restricted mode “hides videos that may contain inappropriate content flagged by…

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Violent Leftwing Organization Marking Found Near Campus

On 3/24/2017 around 12:00 AM, there was a sticker found attached to a traffic light panel near the Atherton Street College Avenue junction promoting the violent left wing extremist group Antifa. This is an international group that claims to be anti-fascist, and has often used physical violence to promote the organization’s goals. One of their common slogans is “punch a Nazi”, which explains one of their primary modes of operation, intimidation. One example is this antifa supporter who links…

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College Republicans and College Democrats debate the 2nd Amendment

On Thursday, March 23rd the College Republicans and the College Democrats held a debate on the 2nd Amendment and gun control. On the Republican side Riley Compton and Maggie Malecki were in favor of less restriction on fire arms; while the Democrats, represented by Veronica Weyhrauch and Katierose Epstein, argued for more restrictions on the sale of guns. The debate kicked off with each side’s opposing interpretations of the 2nd Amendment. The Democrats opened by declaring that the 2nd…

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Selfish Compassion

The modern leftist view of life contains within it the single most self-serving ego-driven sadistic and materialistic of world views masquerading as tolerance and selfless brotherly love. By default I am predisposed to give them the benefit of the doubt, but if truth be told I find myself questioning how many among them have sinister motives. I find it difficult to believe that so many, especially those the professorial class, can ignore the vacuous nothingness with which the left…

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The Afterthought of Science and Cult of Identity Politics

An idea that has circulated recent identity politics is the reexamination of the gender binary. The arguments against this system include a proposed ‘gender spectrum’, and with it, a lengthy set of ‘nonbinary’ genders to describe different areas within the spectrum. Different aspects of gender have also been differentiated and given their own spectra, including: gender identity, gender roles, gender expression, sexual orientation, sexual behavior, etc. Some of these hypotheses directly contradict current scientific understanding. Yet others, while not…

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UPUA Targets Minority Students, Increase sex assault risk

  University Park Undergraduate Association, the undergraduate student government at Penn State, is seeking to make Penn State a tobacco free campus. While many people may believe that this is a progressive move by the UPUA (who overwhelmingly consist of left leaning ideologues as evidenced by their legislative history here), this move unfairly targets minority international students, especially those from Asia. Attending the college of IST, as well as being a smoker, I have observed that the majority of…

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Le Pen Will Win

Broken glass litters Parisian streets like tears shed by the once great city. And still they come. The air grows thick with black fumes as trash receptacles and parked cars are overturned and set ablaze. Yet still the come. Fear is stricken in the hearts of the once proud and patriotic. Still they come. Crime is on the rise, it is no longer safe for women to walk home in the dark. But still they come. Why then do…

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