All too often during election season, many voters feel the pangs of feeling insignificant. How, they may wonder, can my one vote count when there
As much as some may like to use humor to cope with the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic that has swept the world in just a few
Just Under 20% of the 2018 Congress Class Were Veterans. Here’s What We Learned from This and Other Elections.
A total of 38 veterans ran for Congress in 2018, a mixed bag of Democratic and Republican candidates from varied backgrounds but sharing one important
This Marine Didn’t Let an IED Stop Him from Defending His Country. Now He’s Fighting for a Seat in Congress.
There are many factors that play into an individual’s decision to run for office. Be it a sense of duty to do a greater good
The political scene saw a shift in 2018. It’s a tenuous time for America, which has been thrust into controversy spurred on by heavy partisanship
Veteran representation in our branches of government has seen an alarming decline in recent decades. During a time in which foreign policy as well as