Today’s political issues deserve a little more exploration than 140 characters can offer. The Unicorn Diaries hits on the politics that matter to millenials, reminding the college set that there’s more than one perspective when it comes to Washington.
Sarah Westwood combines her passions for journalism with her role as a college student at George Washington University. She is the political editor at ViralRead, a political contributor at Young Americans for Liberty, has written for the Wall Street Journal ...Read More
A stat-head’s outlook, direct from his worn in couch cushion.
A busy Tuesday made for quiet Wednesday for MLB teams moving and shaking.
The specifics are not yet clear, but Fielder is headed to Texas and Kinsler to Detroit.
The National League MVP seems to be a wide open race, while Mike Trout hopes to beat out Miguel Cabrera in the AL.
Can Clayton Kershaw get the unanimous vote? Will Max Scherzer bring the Cy Young back to Detroit?
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Wall Street news for retail investors who want to know what's going on.
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All of the world’s problems, solved on your back porch
There is a story behind every election, every politician, every event. And it is often found in numbers.
Sarah Westwood combines her passions for journalism with her role as a college student at George Washington University. She is the political editor at ViralRead, a political contributor at Young Americans for Liberty, has written for the Wall Street Journal, the university, and has appeared on nationally-syndicated radio to discuss young conservatism.
In addition to writing, she provides marketing and communication support to businesses and political organizations at events such as the United States Export-Import Banking Conference and the Conservative Political Action Conference.
She is also the Director of Communications for an executive healthcare center at Johns Hopkins.