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Madison Gesiotto

Madison Gesiotto

Madison Gesiotto is a 2014 graduate of Ohio State University. She is currently attending Ohio State University's Moritz College of Law, where she is a staff editor for Ohio State's Criminal Law Journal. Madison is a former Miss Ohio USA and competed live on NBC in the 2014 Miss USA competition.


Articles by Madison Gesiotto

Karen Handel, Republican candidate for Georgia's 6th District Congressional seat, celebrates with her husband Steve as she declares victory during an election-night watch party in Atlanta on Tuesday, June 20, 2017. (Associated Press)

GA06 and the 2018 midterm elections

It was the most expensive House race in American history. GA06's 2017 special election is not one we're likely to forget anytime soon. Published June 22, 2017

As the Obama administration's attorney general, Loretta E. Lynch suggested language that closely mirrored what the Clinton campaign was using, fired FBI Director James B. Comey testified on Thursday. (Associated Press/File)

Former AG Loretta Lynch must testify

For too long, questions have been left unanswered. The truth has been concealed from the American people, and it is clearer now than ever before that this truth must be revealed. Published June 15, 2017

In this March 20, 2017, photo, Rachel Dolezal poses for a photo with her son, Langston in the bureau of The Associated Press in Spokane, Wash. Dolezal, who has legally changed her name to Nkechi Amare Diallo, rose to prominence as a black civil rights leader, but then lost her job when her parents exposed her as being white and is now struggling to make a living. (AP Photo/Nicholas K. Geranios)

PSA: Rachel Dolezal, you are white!

Thought you have heard it all? Think again. Apparently we have passed the issue of gender identity and have now moved onto race identity. Published April 5, 2017

President Donald Trump speaks during a meeting on women in healthcare, Wednesday, March 22, 2017, in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Should President Trump quit Twitter? Hell no!

President Donald J. Trump's tweets were a popular part of his campaign and have now become an integral part of his presidency, but should he keep tweeting? Many say no but I say yes and here's why. Published March 23, 2017

This photo provided by the Ramsay County Sheriff's Offfice in St. Paul, Minn., shows Linwood Kaine, the youngest son of U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine. Kaine was one of several people arrested Saturday, March 4, 2017, during a counter protest at a rally in support of President Donald Trump at the State Capitol rotunda in St. Paul. (Ramsay County Sheriff's Office via AP)

See no evil: Liberals refuse to see themselves as hypocrites

For too long, the liberal left has been hiding behind a guise of compassion and inclusivity. They claim to care about the forgotten man and pretend to have tolerance for people of all backgrounds, races, religions and political beliefs. Yet, time and time again, their actions prove otherwise. Published March 9, 2017

President Donald Trump holds up an executive order after his signing the order in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington on Feb. 3, 2017. The executive order that will direct the Treasury secretary to review the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial oversight law, which reshaped financial regulation after 2008-2009 crisis. (Associated Press) **FILE**

Donald Trump: The end of broken promises; the beginning of a new era

The wait is over. After years of holding high hopes for change in Washington, the American people will no longer be let down. The time for broken promises has come to an end, and a new era of action has begun under the leadership of President Trump. Published February 9, 2017

In this Monday, Nov. 28, 2016 photo, police respond to an attack on campus at Ohio State University, in Columbus, Ohio. The Somali-born student who injured nearly a dozen people in a car-and-knife attack at Ohio State University showed few signs of bitterness and even danced onto the stage when he graduated from community college. Abdul Razak Ali Artan was shot to death by a university police officer when he refused to drop his knife during Monday's attack. (AP Photo/John Minchillo, File)

Discrimination is no excuse for terrorism

As victims recovered from their injuries following last Monday's attack on Ohio State's campus, students and faculty members were quick to point fingers, but they were not all pointed where you would expect. Published December 7, 2016

Students mill about The Ohio State University student union Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2016, as a message board covered in community reactions stands in the main hall following an attack at on campus the previous day,  in Columbus, Ohio. Investigators are looking into whether a car-and-knife attack at Ohio State University that injured several people was an act of terror by a student who had once criticized the media for its portrayal of Muslims. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)

Terrorism too close to home

On Monday, almost a dozen students were ambushed and injured by a self-radicalized, ISIS inspired terrorist. We've seen these types of attacks before, where gun-free zones have served as attack sites for those who wished to commit violent crimes or acts of terror against innocent people. Published November 30, 2016

In this Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2016 photo, protestors hold banners during a protest against President-elect Donald Trump in Washington Square Park in New York. (AP Photo/Muhammed Muheisen)

Didn't vote? Don't complain

After every election, we hear people on the losing side obsessively complain about the results. Published November 23, 2016

Protesters chant before marching through the streets in Portland, Ore., Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2016. Approximately 100 students at Portland State University joined a nationwide campus walkout to protest President-elect Donald Trump. (AP Photo/Don Ryan)

Campus chaos: A message to campus crybabies

As a proud member of the millennial generation, I feel that it is imperative that I speak about the craziness that has occurred on campuses nationwide over the past week. Published November 16, 2016

A better tomorrow for American women

America is truly the land of the free and the home of the brave. We are a country that values equality and freedom. Published November 2, 2016

Bailiff Garrett Cole of Madison, Miss., has "I voted" stickers ready to distribute to all who exit the voting booths. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)

9 types of fraudulent voters

The mainstream media would like for you to believe that voter fraud is nonexistent. Published October 26, 2016