Gabriella Hoffman is a young conservative activist and blogger. She recently graduated from UC-San Diego with a B.A. in Political Science in June 2012. Gabriella attributes her conservatism to her parents - Lithuanian immigrants - who escaped from the former USSR and came here in search of freedom in 1986.
Hoffman is a frequent guest on radio shows and has been quoted/featured in Fox News, Drudge Report, National Review, POLITICO, and Daily Caller for her thoughts about youth issues from a conservative take. Although a native of the once Golden State of California, Gabriella currently lives in the Commonwealth of Virginia where she works at Morton Blackwell's Leadership Institute as the Northeast Regional Field Coordinator. When not immersed in politics, Gabriella spends her time fishing, shooting, mushroom hunting, traveling, or lounging on the beach. She blogs at www.thegabriellahoffman.com.
In a time where sexual assault is on the rise at American universities, it's important to curb this trend by effective means.
The University of California (UC) system is one of the most reputed institutions of higher learning here in the United States. Boasting 10 campuses stretching from Davis in Northern California to San Diego in Southern California, the UC system is historically regarded for molding future leaders and pioneers.
Green on the outside yet red on the inside, modern-day environmentalism is an anti-life, anti-fun, and anti-progress movement. Peel away the “protect the planet” façade to discover its eco-socialist core.
Comrades of the world, unite!
The Left’s favorite holiday has thankfully come and gone.
Radical feminism is passé and in disarray.
Support traditional marriage? Believe in the First Amendment and religious liberty? Congrats, you’re a bigoted “fascist” and “homophobe”!
Millions tuned to NBC last Friday night to watch the opening ceremony of the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics. Despite subpar construction, dingy hotel conditions, and athletes trapped in bathrooms, the Sochi spectacle was masterfully executed—except for the Olympic ring that didn’t budge and the glorification of Soviet symbols.
While promoting her new Sportsman Channel show “Amazing America” in California last week, Sarah Palin told reporters her show will inspire young women to discover the outdoors.
The late fashion icon Gabrielle ‘Coco’ Chanel once said, “In order to be irreplaceable one must always be different.”
Aristotle once opined, “Youth is easily deceived because it is quick to hope.” Not surprisingly, millennials bought the Left’s redistributionist policies and class warfare rhetoric again in 2012.
"America is a nation of immigrants, built by immigrants and we need to honor that heritage by fixing our broken immigration system, while upholding the rule of law and championing legal immigration," said Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) in a statement last week when offering an amendment to the Schumer-Rubio immigration bill.
The American university was once regarded as the marketplace of ideas.
Supporting marriage is not a popular stance for millennials to take today.
The University of California system is living up to its reputation for being home to anti-Semitism.
This week marked the 60th anniversary of Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin’s death. On March 5, 1953, the Georgia-born tyrant’s nearly three-decade long reign of terror came to an end—providing momentary solace for all people living behind the Iron Curtain. “Uncle Joe” was no more.