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Author Archives: Rohan Kapur

High school student based in New Jersey. Editor of redinaseaofblue.com. Contributor for Conservative Daily News. Published for the American Border Foundation, The Ridgewood Blog, and newrightnetwork.com. Email him at [email protected]

The Green New Deal’s Real Problem

Most concede that a Green New Deal would be an economic disaster. Achieving 100% renewable energies alone would cost an estimated $2.9 trillion, nearly a full year’s tax revenue. Despite these economic shortcomings, though, public support only continues to grow, with supporters citing its ability to mitigate climate change as more than enough justification for backing the deal. Realistically, the ...

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Reassessing a Bleak Situation in North Korea

Recent reports that North Korea is rebuilding its Sohae launch site and the recent failed summit between the United States and North Korea have exposed the economic and strategic reality of North Korea. Current US foreign policy, present, and past, of heavy economic sanctions and demands for full denuclearization of the Korean peninsula, will not be sufficient to denuclearize the ...

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A Border Wall is Not Enough

The recent government shutdown highlighted by the President’s push for a border wall has reignited the debate over how to curb illegal immigration. Many believe that a wall is necessary for stopping illegal immigration. However, while the President’s border wall would help fight illegal immigration, the reality is that a wall is not enough. The majority of illegal immigrants would ...

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The Case for Legalized Marijuana

With neighboring Canada and individual states such as California and Colorado legalizing marijuana, the fight for recreational marijuana legalization has become a highly contentious topic. However, when reviewing both sides of the debate the choice becomes clear. Long term, legalizing marijuana can be the most beneficial option for the United States. Legalized marijuana has the potential to cut down the ...

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The Economics Behind Corporate Politics

Our current political era has left Americans more politically involved and simultaneously divided than ever before. Following the lead of consumers, many companies have left their previously neutral political stances and have intertwined themselves into the political debate. The reasoning behind these political stances has subsequently become a fierce topic of debate. Many have cautioned companies planning to involve themselves ...

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7 Takeaways from the 2018 Midterms

The 2018 Midterms saw a wide variety of results in the Senate, House, and Governor races. Here are my 7 takeaways from this year’s elections: First – There was no “wave” Leading up to the election, both parties were hoping for either a blue or a red “wave” or an election with major party gains. However, despite voter turnout being ...

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The Case Against Daylight Savings

With Americans recently taking part in the biannual tradition of setting their clocks back, the debate over daylight savings time has been reignited. Although the tradition has become an integral part of American society for years now, it may be time to end this tradition. While supporters of daylight savings time may argue that daylight savings save energy, these arguments ...

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NJ-7 The Case for Leonard Lance

Incumbent Leonard Lance and former Assistant Secretary of State Tom Malinowski are in an extremely tight Congressional race in New Jersey’s 7th District. Recent polling by the NY Times has Lance with just a 1% lead over Malinowski, with a 9% margin of error.

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Trump’s Steel Plan is Good for America

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Scratching the surface, it may look bad economically. Digging deeper and his steel plan plans for a better future for America. The United States used to be the king of steel. In 1945, the United States produced 72% of the world’s steel. Since then, the US’s impact on global steel production has shrunk tremendously as manufacturers have found it cheaper ...

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Is Cryptocurrency Good for the World?

Recently rising in popularity, cryptocurrency may be one of the most intriguing “assets” in the world. Unlike many other investments, these assets have no real underlying value and are vastly different from traditional currencies, such as the euro and US dollar, which are backed by powerful central banks. These relatively new instruments have opened up an unknown set of options ...

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What Conservatives Get Wrong About the NFL

Although many conservatives have stopped watching the NFL as a result of its players’ actions during the national anthem arguing that kneeling during the anthem is the ultimate disrespect of the American flag, it is incorrect for them to argue that the NFL’s recent ratings and fall in attendance are solely due to the players’ anthem protests.

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Economics Support Increased Border Security

The recent death of Mollie Tibbets has reignited calls for increased border security, with supporters of such measures citing the social costs of illegal immigration. But while one could argue endlessly on the social impact of illegal immigration, the reality is that illegal immigrants commit fewer violent crimes than natural citizens. The rare social consequences of the practice alone will ...

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Addressing America’s Homeless Population

On any given night, there are over 550,000 homeless Americans Despite efforts by local governments to address the problem, the homeless population across America is increasing for the first time since the Great Recession. Local governments across the country are failing their citizens and making the homeless epidemic worse. It’s time for the United States to approach this problem differently.

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The Case to Defund Planned Parenthood

Abortion will always be a controversial subject. The defunding of Planned Parenthood should not be. Any organization accepting federal funding should be staying out of politics, as by receiving federal funding, an organization is no longer representing its employees, shareholders, etc., but representing all of the United States. Planned Parenthood is doing just the opposite.

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