Category Events

The Dead Dogma of Trans Rights Advocates

Living on a campus where the student body is always brimming with ludicrous outrage, a second-year student should be resigned to the fact of life that a protest is never far away. In recent weeks, the American University (AU) populace has focused its white-hot spotlight of rage onto Young Americans for Liberty (YAL) and its […]

Battle of the Blogs: A Bipartisan Approach to Higher Education Policy

For years, the Republican Party has defended the individual responsibility of parents and state governments to promote educational opportunity for all Americans. According to the Republican Party Platform, which was last altered in 2012, “education is much more than schooling. It is the whole range of activities by which families and communities transmit to a […]

Battle of the Blogs: Climate Change

Today, American politics is a disdainful struggle between increasingly polarized partisanship. Since many of us American University students are aspiring public servants, we’ll wield future influence over the solutions to our great nation’s problems. We must look not only to represent our best interests, but to reach across the aisle, build consensus, and ensure that […]

Battle of the Blogs

This upcoming week, the AU College Democrats and AU College Republicans will host “Battle of the Blogs.” On Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, both the AU Dems’ blog and the Conservative Conscience will produce articles regarding three hotly debated topics. Each blog will define its respective party’s stance, and ultimately end with a concurring suggestion for […]

Our CPAC Predictions

Conservative Conscience columnists Tom Hebert and Andrew Magloughlin ventured to CPAC with the American University Young Americans for Liberty chapter. Before Tom and Andrew recount their CPAC experiences, some general notes must be shared. Among potential Republican presidential candidates, Kentucky Senator Rand Paul, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, and Texas Senator Ted Cruz drew the largest […]