• NFRW in Dallas
  • 10 Years Ago Tonight
  • Politico Column: Looking for Love in Iowa
  • Interview with KABC’s Larry Elder
  • Listen: Interview with WSPD’s (Toledo, OH) Scott Sands
  • Watch: Special Series on Courting Millennials
  • Fox & Friends Discussing The War on Millennials

NFRW in Dallas

Thanks to the National Federation of Republican Women for having me at their board meeting in Dallas, Texas! It was great to spend time with folks from around the country – many of which, and this isn’t just hyperbole, are friends. That’s right, friends from Arizona, Indiana, and other parts […]

10 Years Ago Tonight

In 2004, I was fortunate enough to be selected as an alternate delegate to the Republican National Convention. It was a thrill to be among the youngest delegates there and to help officially nominate George W. Bush for a second term as president of the United States. There are plenty […]

Politico Column: Looking for Love in Iowa

On the pages of Politico I have an op-ed analyzing the early stages of the race for the 2016 Republican Party nomination for president. Will Republican primary voters “fall in line” as they have in the past or will they “fall in love” and selected a first-time presidential candidate to […]

Interview with KABC’s Larry Elder

Had the pleasure of joining Larry Elder on the airwaves of Los Angeles, CA, on his radio show Friday afternoon to talk about The War on Millennials. You can listen to the full interview here.

Listen: Interview with WSPD’s (Toledo, OH) Scott Sands

Had a chance to chat with Scott Sands of WSPD in Toledo, Ohio, about The War on Millennials. Don’t forget to pick up your copy today – in both paperback and e-book! Listen here.

Watch: Special Series on Courting Millennials

Thanks to anchor Mark Mellinger and the folks at WANE-TV (Fort Wayne, Indiana’s CBS affiliate) for asking me to be a part of their special four-part series on the demographic and generational challenges facing politics, and especially the Republican Party. You can watch the 4th part in the series here.

Fox & Friends Discussing The War on Millennials

Check out this video of my appearance on Fox & Friends on the Fox News Channel discussing The War on Millennials. You can learn more about the book here.

 

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Column: National GOP, Indiana Dems face similar dilemmas

Nationally, Republicans are without a leader, without a message, and without a plan. The party is having a difficult time defining exactly what it stands for in the waning years of the Obama Era and seems intent on waiting until a presidential...

 

NFRW in Dallas

NFRW in Dallas

Thanks to the National Federation of Republican Women for having me at their board meeting in Dallas, Texas! It was great to spend time with folks from around the country – many of which, and this isn’t just hyperbole, are friends....

 

Richard Nixon & A World Frozen in Time

Richard Nixon & A World Frozen in Time

On a whim a few years ago I picked up Richard Nixon’s 1983 book Real Peace. I was interested in what the then-former president had to say, especially considering 1983 was the year I was born, and the book only cost a buck. Having finally...

 

10 Years Ago Tonight

10 Years Ago Tonight

In 2004, I was fortunate enough to be selected as an alternate delegate to the Republican National Convention. It was a thrill to be among the youngest delegates there and to help officially nominate George W. Bush for a second term as president...

 

Obama Golfing Too Much? Let Him.

President Barack Obama gets a lot of flak from conservative punditry for golfing so much. According to CBS Radio’s Mark Knoller, who keeps impeccable statistics regarding presidential schedules, Obama hit the links a total of 9 times during...

 

Column: Out-of-state races may overshadow those in Indiana

Feel like there’s no intensity to the 2014 campaign? Don’t tell that to Hoosiers who get their news from Chicago, Cincinnati or Louisville. Hotly contested races in Illinois, Ohio and Kentucky are producing voter annoyance and fatigue in...

 

Politico Column: Looking for Love in Iowa

Politico Column: Looking for Love in Iowa

On the pages of Politico I have an op-ed analyzing the early stages of the race for the 2016 Republican Party nomination for president. Will Republican primary voters “fall in line” as they have in the past or will they “fall...

 

Column: Hillary, Evan & Authenticity

Hillary Clinton’s comment that she and former President Bill Clinton were “dead broke” upon leaving The White House in 2001 set off a media firestorm. She was criticized from every angle for being  out of touch with the American populace.  ...

 

Millennials Support What?!: Part Two

Welcome to our second installment of Millennials Support What?! – a look at the true data buried deep within polling that runs counter to everything you’ve been told about America’s largest generation. In today’s episode we’re going...

 

Column: The curse of the mayors

On the presidential level, Americans have shown a preference for executive experience in their candidates. After U.S. Senator Warren G. Harding ascended to our highest office in 1921, only two presidents, John F. Kennedy and Barack Obama, were...

 
 
 
 
 
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