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Millennials and Gen Z Can Save America

We are in a battle for the future of America.

Every day politicians are trying to subvert the American message with socialism, hatred of America and stifling political correctness.  They want to destroy the greatness of America and it's people - permanently.

Millennials and Gen Z hold the keys to the future.  Our generation can choose American freedom, liberty and prosperity.  History can look back on us as the hero of our time.  The culture war is worth fighting because we can save America together.

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Trump WHO Funding

Trump Says “No Funding” for WHO, Deadliest 24 Hour Death Toll and 31% of Renters Didn’t Pay April Rent

By Isaac Wiinanen | April 8, 2020

President Donald Trump announced on Tuesday the United States would withhold funding from the World Health Organization for their failure to alarm the world about the Coronavirus outbreak. On a Tuesday Fox News segment, Senator Lindsey Graham (who is the Chairman of the Senate Appropriations Committee) said there would be no funding of the WHO.…

Man Standing on Detroit Rubble

Coronavirus Shutdown: Will We Return to Normal?

By Isaac Wiinanen | April 7, 2020

Humans resist change. We crave the illusion of control. When events such as WWII, 9/11 or the 2008 market crash happen, people are left to wonder whether they will get the “old life” back. Truth is, nothing really ever returns back to normal. Life may look similar on the other side of this pandemic, but…

My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell

My Pillow CEO Tasks Company to Make Masks; Media Mocks in Response

By Isaac Wiinanen | April 2, 2020

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell announced on Monday his company would shift 75% of his workforce to make N95 masks for American healthcare professionals. 90% of My Pillow’s sewing employees will be working to make 50,000 masks per day. Lindell said it was difficult to supply the elastics needed to build masks, so his company found…

Small Business Closing

We Need a Timeline for Coronavirus Action

By Isaac Wiinanen | March 19, 2020

The American way of life is coming to a grinding halt over coronavirus. Events are cancelling, businesses are shuttering and people are locking down in their homes. But how long can we stay this way? Our main-street economy cannot remain in stasis forever. There are mixed messages on the local, state and federal levels. President…

Zion Williamson

Rookie Zion Williamson Pays All Salaries for 30 Days at Smoothie King Center

By Isaac Wiinanen | March 17, 2020

Americans have a responsibility to support each other during times of crisis. Coronavirus is affecting our nation in ways we could not have predicted months ago. The fundamental gears of the economy are grinding to a halt. Waitresses are being sent home without tips. Arena workers cannot work due to a suspended sports season. Small…

3 Survival Tips

3 Survival Tips for the Great Coronavirus Shutdown

By Isaac Wiinanen | March 17, 2020

We are living through an unprecedented, unsettling time. This is the first time our generation has seen mass shutdowns, cancellations and quarantines. A vast diversity of opinions exists as to the severity of this issue and what our responses should be. Very few have the complete information picture and even fewer have the answers. But there…

Super Tuesday States

Super Tuesday 2020: Establishment Left vs Socialist Left

By Isaac Wiinanen | March 3, 2020

Today, Democrats in 14 states will go to the polls to select their preferred nominee for President. This will be the first real test of coalitions around the country. In order to win the nomination, a nominee must have 1,991 delegates. Super Tuesday provides 36% of the total delegates needed to win, thus making today…

South Carolina Democratic Debate

Debate Night: Biden Punches Back

By Isaac Wiinanen | February 26, 2020

Seven remaining Democrats laced up their boxing gloves and went after each other under the lights in Charleston, South Carolina. The first 20-30 minutes of a debate are crucial because viewership tends to decline after this window of time. Here is my analysis from the first section of the debate. The night began with the…

Ted Cruz & Donald Trump

The Unsung Hero of Trump’s Success

By Isaac Wiinanen | February 25, 2020

Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) is an unsung hero of the Trump administration. Cruz originally ran against Donald Trump in 2015-16 within the Republican Party. Putting it mildly, it was a brutal campaign season. Presidential candidate Trump did not treat Cruz well. He made off-color comments about his father, wife and family. Cruz also lambasted Trump…

Bernie Sanders Campaign

Why “Socialism Sucks” is Not a Working Pitch for Conservatives in 2020

By Isaac Wiinanen | February 24, 2020

Socialism is evil. Beyond the fiscal and economic havoc it wreaks on a nation, it is morally bankrupt. Taking money at gunpoint to redistribute is not compassion, it is theft. Charity is always better when done voluntarily. You have a right to your capital and the work of your labor. Communist and socialist regimes like…