As conservatives, we like to use facts and numbers to defend our policies, and too often neglect to make an emotional connection with voters. That’s why House Majority Leader Eric Cantor’s recent speech on school choice was so refreshing.
Millions of Millennials — myself included — have gained invaluable firsthand experience in the professional world through paid and unpaid internships, but those opportunities are under attack by disgruntled former interns filing suit against their former employers.
Last night on Saturday Night Live Seth Myers brought Sen. Marco Rubio (Taran Killam) on Weekend Update to comment on the awkward drink of water he took while giving the GOP’s response to the State of the Union.
“So what? My mouth got a little dry and I took a drink of water,” said Rubio (Killam) “We’ve all been there. You’re about to give an important policy speech. You get a little nervous in the greenroom and you eat a whole back of dry roasted peanuts and some beef jerky.”
During his State of the Union on Tuesday night, President Obama argued that Americans should “raise the federal minimum wage to $9.00 an hour.”
In a pre-taped interview that aired on Fox News Sunday this morning Democratic Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi sat down to chat with FNS host Chris Wallace to discuss hot topics in Congress, including gun control and mental health. During the interview Pelosi made a glaring error that provides some insight into her view on the issue–or rather just how wrong she has it.
“We avow the First Amendment. We stand with that and say that people have a right to have a gun to protect themselves. in their homes and their jobs, whatever, and that they — and the workplace and that they, for recreation and hunting and the rest,” Pelosi inarticulately told Wallace.