Tag: discrimination

Socialism: The Vacuum of Hope

About a month ago, I had the opportunity to attend a liberty-minded economics conference in Atlanta, Georgia, organized by the Foundation for Economic Education. As a History major, I’m not very familiar with economics (and honestly, I’ve always found the subject intimidating because it involves math). So, FeeCon was a great learning experience for me….

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Into the Beehive: A Students Point of View of the 2019 Salt Lake Women’s March

Many people said a conservative walking into the women’s march was like walking into the lion’s den. To me, it felt like walking into a swarming beehive. Would a mob of women in pink hats mobilize to push us out? Did the movement of women solidarity apply to those who disagree with their cause? We…

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