• TV: Indiana Week in Review 7/17/15
  • Bayh the Bundler
  • Column: Politicians must take Millennials seriously
  • Column: It all boils down to who can you trust?
  • May 29th & A History of U.S.-Cuba Relations
  • Column: GOP vision must look beyond Obama
  • Millennials Support What?!: Part Three

TV: Indiana Week in Review 7/17/15

The first time Jim Shella invited me to appear on Indiana Week in Review I was out of town. The second time he invited me to join the panel I was out of town. Well, I wasn’t going to let it happen the third time. In fact, I re-scheduled a […]

Bayh the Bundler

Secretary of State. Governor. Senator. Evan Bayh has held many titles. But according to recent reports he’s added another to his resume, one that might help him obtain the prestigious title he’s longed for all this time. Meet Evan Bayh…the Bundler. How did he do it? He’s been busy raising […]

Column: Politicians must take Millennials seriously

The U.S. House Republican Policy Committee, under the direction of Indiana congressman Luke Messer, recently held a hearing titled “Millennials and the GOP: Learning from America’s Emerging Leaders to Shape Tomorrow’s Republican Agenda.” The hearing, which was also attended by Indiana congresswoman Susan Brooks, was chaired by a Millennial who […]

Column: It all boils down to who can you trust?

When Jack Nicholson’s Joker joyfully exclaimed, “It’s time for ‘Who do you trust?’” in the 1991 film “Batman,” he was asking Gotham City to make a choice between him, a man looking to inflict pain and chaos on his fellow citizens through intimidation, and the one he dismissively called “the […]

May 29th & A History of U.S.-Cuba Relations

Cuban President Raul Castro indicated yesterday that the United States and Cuba would exchange ambassadors amid the normalization of ties between the countries sometime after May 29th. On that day, the official 45-day window given to Congress to thwart President Barack Obama’s plans to remove Cuba from the list of […]

Column: GOP vision must look beyond Obama

Our nation’s problems are bigger than Barack Obama. Therefore, Republicans, and our nation, have to move on from Obama before Obama moves on to his post-presidential life. Republicans need to come to the realization that Obama won’t be here forever. He’s the favorite chew toy of many, but I’m not […]

Millennials Support What?!: Part Three

Welcome, friends, to the trilogy edition of Millennials Support What?! It’s been quite a while since we last met back in July. In that episode, my Millennial generation blew the collective minds of America by registering overwhelming support for the idea of personal Social Security retirement accounts. (Say What?!) Even further […]

 

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TV: Indiana Week in Review 7/17/15

TV: Indiana Week in Review 7/17/15

The first time Jim Shella invited me to appear on Indiana Week in Review I was out of town. The second time he invited me to join the panel I was out of town. Well, I wasn’t going to let it happen the third time. In fact, I re-scheduled...

 

Bayh the Bundler

Bayh the Bundler

Secretary of State. Governor. Senator. Evan Bayh has held many titles. But according to recent reports he’s added another to his resume, one that might help him obtain the prestigious title he’s longed for all this time. Meet Evan Bayh…the...

 

Column: Politicians must take Millennials seriously

Column: Politicians must take Millennials seriously

The U.S. House Republican Policy Committee, under the direction of Indiana congressman Luke Messer, recently held a hearing titled “Millennials and the GOP: Learning from America’s Emerging Leaders to Shape Tomorrow’s Republican Agenda.” The...

 

Column: It all boils down to who can you trust?

Column: It all boils down to who can you trust?

When Jack Nicholson’s Joker joyfully exclaimed, “It’s time for ‘Who do you trust?’” in the 1991 film “Batman,” he was asking Gotham City to make a choice between him, a man looking to inflict pain and chaos on his fellow...

 

May 29th & A History of U.S.-Cuba Relations

May 29th & A History of U.S.-Cuba Relations

Cuban President Raul Castro indicated yesterday that the United States and Cuba would exchange ambassadors amid the normalization of ties between the countries sometime after May 29th. On that day, the official 45-day window given to Congress...

 

Column: GOP vision must look beyond Obama

Column: GOP vision must look beyond Obama

Our nation’s problems are bigger than Barack Obama. Therefore, Republicans, and our nation, have to move on from Obama before Obama moves on to his post-presidential life. Republicans need to come to the realization that Obama won’t be here...

 

Millennials Support What?!: Part Three

Millennials Support What?!: Part Three

Welcome, friends, to the trilogy edition of Millennials Support What?! It’s been quite a while since we last met back in July. In that episode, my Millennial generation blew the collective minds of America by registering overwhelming support...

 

Column: I’m glad I got to know Dan Coats

Column: I’m glad I got to know Dan Coats

With U.S. Sen. Dan Coats’ announcement last week that he won’t seek re-election, my mind immediately went to the days we spent on the road together in 2010. I was struggling to find a job for over a year, caught between a bad economy...

 

Column: And the Oscar for politics goes to…

Column: And the Oscar for politics goes to…

Democrats have been politically astute in brewing populist outrage over America’s pay gap. And now Republicans have joined the chorus, too. However important it is to discuss an indisputable fact that there is a growing schism between the...

 

All eyes on CPAC

All eyes on CPAC

Starting today, the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center in Oxon Hill, Maryland, site of the 2015 Conservative Political Action Conference, will occupy the center of the political universe – at least until Saturday. As political junkies...

 
 
 
 
 
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