Critical Race Theory isn’t taught in schools, should it be?
The hot-button topic for conservative alarmists today is Critical Race Theory (CRT) and their idea that it is being used to indoctrinate young people. You cannot look at any conservative news platform and avoid CRT.Read full story
Should Republicans Get Rid of the Electoral College?
Since the 2000 election, Republicans have won the presidency 3 times. However, only once did they win the popular vote (Bush in 2004). This means that for 8 of 12 years that a Republican president has served, they did not actually get the vote of more Americans.Read full story
Republicans are In Trouble, Righting the Ship Won’t Be Easy
Republicans got smacked in the mouth this last election cycle, losing the Presidency and the Senate while allowing Dems to maintain control of the house. It seems like the left is set up for success for years to come.Read full story
NCAA Athletes Are About To Cash In, Is That Is a Good Thing?
This last week the Supreme Court voted unanimously, in a rare feat of agreement, that the NCAA is violating antitrust laws when it comes to capping benefits paid to student-athletes. This ruling potentially opens up the floodgates when it comes to allowing student-athletes to receive compensation outside of athletic scholarships and education benefits.Read full story
Arvada Rejects Amazon: A Win For the People
ARVADA, CO -- On June 14th, City council members in Arvada, Colorado have rejected a proposal dubbed "Project Indiana," that would have seen an Amazon Distribution center erected next to a wildlife area and residential area.Read full story
Joe Biden can keep Democrats in charge for years to come
The country has been moving in a progressive direction for the last 10 plus years. In fact, as the voting base gets younger it also gets bluer, which is a problem for the GOP. The Republican Party is aging and generations of young people have become disillusioned with conservatism.Read full story
Small Town In Colorado Pushes Back Against Amazon
ARVADA, CO -- For folks living in Arvada, Colorado the past few months have felt like David and Goliath as commercial giant Amazon began planning for a 112,485-foot distribution center dubbed "Project Indiana." The project, which is estimated to bring in around $1,000,000 in one-time funds and around $277,000 in yearly taxes, would stamp out wild habitat in the Maple Valley Park corridor.Read full story
The most underrated breweries in the North Denver area
Look at any list of American cities with the most per capita breweries and you will see the word "Colorado," littered throughout, with Boulder at 4th, Fort Collins at 11th, Loveland at 12th, and Denver at 18th.Read full story
Renting Scares Me: Why I Chose to Buy a Home Instead
One of the trendiest topics, especially amongst millennials in the financial advice community, is that it is better to rent a home rather than to buy. I see this a bit differently.Read full story
From $500 to $12,000 and back again, A wallstreetbets tale
When I got my $1200 stimulus check, in April 2020, I spent $100 on new shoes, I put $600 towards paying off my car, and the remaining $500 into Robinhood. I have dabbled in trading over the past 5 years, mostly in big stocks and safe bets. But I never really seemed to make enough money to be satisfied.Read full story