If you feel like everything is awful right now, you’re not alone. Put blame where it belongs: a con-artist economist, pro-Taft delegates at the 1912 RNC, and sand.
Joe Cascino is a freshman Government major from Chicago, Illinois and the thriving metropolis of Weatherford, Texas. He is an enthusiastic student of political campaigns, foreign policy, political theory, and military history. When not being an angsty college student who reads (or at least claims to read) Nietzsche and Dostoyevsky, he can be found watching the Chicago Cubs, re-binge watching Rick and Morty for the fifth or sixth time, or pirating Jendy's Wifi.
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