Christopher Kalbach

Chris is a veteran and a philosopher. He came to politics to protect the same values that made him join the military.

Articles From Christopher

Immigration Facts: Illegal immigration hurts millennials

From executive orders to building walls, immigration is on America’s mind. Trump ran on tough immigration policies in 2016, and he won the election. We cannot ignore the fact that this president was elected to fix immigration and put Americans first. While most millennials that didn’t support Trump’s immigration policy, after looking at the effects […]

Right eats its own: Tomi should’ve sparked conversation, not scorn

Tomi Lahren shocked the political right with her abortion comments. When she went on The View she said, “I can’t sit here and be a hypocrite and say I’m for limited government but I think the government should decide what women do with their bodies.” The right blasted back and said everything that came to mind, […]

Fake News (and History): The rise and fall of the New York Times

The New York Times has never been a big fan of Trump, but perhaps the reaction by Nicholas Kristof has taken the publication to a new low. One would expect to find that the winner of two Pulitzer Prizes would be able to understand basic history. While reading Trump’s recently released budget, Kristof tweeted this, […]

Apparently, Bill Nye never took basic logic in college

Bill Nye has recently released a video about climate change.  In this video, he challenges Tucker Carlson to a bet. If 2017 isn’t one of the top 10 hottest years on record, Bill Nye will pay Tucker $10,000. That’s a fair chunk of change, but alas the bet is not fair. Why? Because logic. Now, […]

John McCain’s interventionism is a threat to national security

The notorious RINO (Republican in Name Only), and supposed spendthrift Senator John McCain just went full Democrat. McCain officially declared war on Senator Rand Paul, on the Senate floor no less, saying Paul was “working for Vladimir Putin.” Senator Elizabeth Warren was kicked off the Senate floor for less. While Paul has hit a rough […]

The new fireside chat: Trump is revolutionizing the Bully Pulpit

Throughout the primaries, Dr. Ben Carson harped on the use of the “Bully Pulpit” and how he’d address the nation directly. But in an evolving age, the face of that pulpit has changed. While Carson and others were talking about speaking directly to the people, Trump was doing it. People mocked Trump over his obsession […]

Libertarians should take a lesson from Bernie

Marx dedicated the entire last chapter of the Communist Manifesto to disparaging socialism as a weak doctrine — one that simply reacted and made slow progress, but never reached the full revolution of communism. It worked towards communism, but too slowly. The spectre of communism was haunting Europe, but that spectre was too much too […]

The fanatical oppression of opposing views has begun

In 1957, after the fall of Nazi Germany and on to the Cold War, Carl Jung saw a world on fire. He warned us, “For every manifest case of insanity there are… at least ten latent cases.” When you look around today, you see a world on fire with the same flames. You see protesters […]