Haley M Schott Staff Writer Bernie Sanders, a self-described socialist, garnered more votes among millenials than both Trump and Clinton combined in the 2016 election. A Reason-Rupe survey revealed that 53% of Americans under age . . .
Americans have long been distraught about the growing bureaucracy in which Washington has embellished. With more veins sticking out of our nation’s capital than an elderly lady’s foot, we must take a moment and think is this what we want as Americans?
These ideas of power which have been concentrated in D.C. are not new. Presidents such as Franklin D. Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson, Andrew Jackson, Richard Nixon and others knew that the power to control laid in the hands of the executive which could only be done if the power ended its roads in Washington. . . .
America is presently trapped in a time when the will of the people has taken a back seat to the misguided ambitions of the few. Washington seems to have lost track of what the people truly want, but Americans must remember this is fixable. . . .