CBLPI Blog

Work Smarter, Not Harder

Balancing school and life demands takes a little planning to work smarter, not harder.

Wisconsin’s Free Speech Legislation

Despite good intentions, Wisconsin Assembly Bill 299 may lead to unfair accusations and poor accountability of those who disrupt free speech events.

Respectful Discourse

Respectful political discourse is how we advance and improve our country.

Valuable Classroom-to-Workplace Skills

Here are some of the most valuable skills that you can transfer from the classroom to the workplace.

Social Media as Conservative Advocacy

Conservatives have a chance to drive their movement through social media, moving from large numbers digitally to large numbers making a difference in the real world.

RAISE the Immigration Bar

The RAISE Act would reform legal immigration to bring better educated, higher skilled, English proficient immigrants to the US.

When Diversity Breaks the Bank

Diversity social programs take funding away from more important academic educational programs.

An America that Supports the West

Western nations have made plenty of mistakes throughout history, but they are not defined by their weaknesses.

That Thank You Note Will Be Remembered

A Thank You note now could be a career booster in the future.

Southern Poverty Law Center’s Hypocritical Claims

SPLC’s journalistic malpractice against the Alliance Defending Freedom was the piece of straw that broke the camel’s back; now all their abuses are exposed.

Reagan’s Executive Assistant, Peggy Grande, is a Grand Conservative Role Model

From intern to Executive Assistant, Peggy Grande shows how it’s done well.

Finishing Touches on Your Internship

Tips for finishing your internship with style and an eye on the future.

Evergreen State’s Misguided Identity Politics

“Didn’t you educate us on how to do s–t like this?”

This Fourth, Celebrate American Privilege

We as Americans all enjoy a certain amount of ‘privilege’ that others in the world envy.