Op-Ed: Fires on the American Horizon

Cicero Secundus The political landscape of America has been trending in a negative direction for quite some time but always managed to maintain a degree...

Op-Ed: The Slow Rise and Swift Fall of Parler

Our libertarian friends have told us for years that if we do not like tech censorship, we ought to build our own platform. After...

Satire: The Fact Check Fairy

In the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic and the 2020 Presidential election, we learned members of the media class have only one priority: the...

Op-Ed: The Conservative Remains the Eternal Rebel

The quote in the title of the piece comes from the great G.K. Chesterton, who said “He is a very shallow critic who cannot...

Bernie Sanders: Communist, Moron, Frontrunner

            I try to refrain from judging people based on the political candidates they support. We often find ourselves...

Remember, Remember, the 5th of November


On November 5th, 2019, the first college football playoff rankings dropped. Clemson, the undefeated defending national champions who were sitting at 9-0 with an average margin of victory of over 32 points, was placed outside the playoff at number five. The interesting part was the sleight of hand the committee played to keep Clemson out, saying that Penn State (#4) had the better resume than Clemson, while Alabama (#3) looked better than

Clemson Dem vs. GOP Debate Possibly First of Many


The Clemson College Democrats and Clemson College Republicans faced off in a debate on Tuesday that both groups hope is the first of many.

Sponsored by the Clemson Political Science Association, the debate covered four topics and was scored by three judges. College Democrats won the debate by split decision, winning the topics of healthcare and education. College Republicans won the topic