Bradley Evans

 

Bradley Evans is a senior at Grove City College, where he studies English and political science. He is a participant in the Young Writers Program. Follow him on Twitter @BradleyRDEvans.

 

For British Politicians Corbyn and Johnson, Words Speak Louder Than Actions

 

Two of Britain’s most prominent politicians have come under fire this week for supposedly promoting division and hatred. But for Jeremy Corbyn and Boris Johnson, the circumstances surrounding their respective controversies have shared little else in common. Johnson, the former Foreign Secretary, has seen his estate swarmed by media and his name plastered all over […]

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Dems Push Anti-Trump Rhetoric in House Oversight Hearing

 

A house hearing on election security grew contentious on Tuesday as the Oversight and Government Reform committee questioned a quartet of government officials about Russian interference in the 2016 election. Chair Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) stated in his opening remarks that the objective of the morning’s hearing was to “explore ways to ensure no vote count […]

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American League Wins MLB’s Annual All-Star Game

 

Two teams and 30 uniforms. 400-foot home runs and 100-mile per hour fastballs. The sport’s greatest hitter facing its leading pitcher. Baseball’s best, all in one ballpark, for the 89th MLB All-Star Game. In the heart of our nation’s capital, a crowd of 44,000 at Nationals Park was treated on Tuesday evening to an unprecedented […]

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Greatness on Two Tracks: Two Rival Founders

 

Alexander Hamilton is most famous for a fight. A fight that lasted mere seconds, a two-bullet battle with a casualty count of one — Hamilton himself. And though Hamilton’s notorious duel with Aaron Burr may have been the most notorious fight of his remarkable life, it was certainly not the most consequential. In The Price […]

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Judge Brett Kavanaugh Nominated to Supreme Court

 

Tonight, President Trump announced Judge Brett Kavanaugh as his nomination for the vacancy created by Justice Anthony Kennedy’s retirement. Judge Kavanaugh currently serves on the bench of the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals, where he has written several influential opinions. Among these are a decision on the Second Amendment frequently cited by the Supreme Court […]

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Everything You Need to Know About Trump’s SCOTUS Pick

 

Speculation regarding Trump’s next Supreme Court pick is picking up steam, and conservatives have become inundated by analysis and opinion. Following Justice Anthony Kennedy’s much-heralded retirement and a subsequent statement from the president that he would announce his nominee on July 9th, several candidates have emerged as strong contenders to become the newest member of […]

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SCOTUS Rules on NIFLA Case

 

On Tuesday morning, the Supreme Court handed down a victory for the rights of pro-life pregnancy centers in a much anticipated decision. National Institute of Family and Life Advocates (NIFLA) v. Becerra centered around a California statute, The California Reproductive Freedom, Accountability, Comprehensive Care, and Transparency Act, that imposed a set of stringent requirements on […]

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Religious Liberty in the Phoenix Desert

 

Mere days after the Supreme Court’s decision in Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, religious liberty is back in the courts, though not in the mainstream media. Conservatives should take notice. In the wake of Masterpiece, conservative pundits have debated the implications the case may have for religious liberty and free exercise, ranging from […]

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