INDIANAPOLIS – An estimated $4 billion will be spent on the 2014 elections, an all-time midterm cycle record. This money is being used to support candidates, attack candidates, and try to persuade Americans to show up at the polls on November 4th. And yet, historically low voter turn-out is expected […]
For the 9th year in a row I bounced out of town this past weekend to attend the most exciting event of the Fall – – – the World Series. Back in 2006, a friend and I needed a breather from work so we packed up and went to Detroit […]
I had the pleasure of speaking at the University of Illinois – Chicago yesterday as part of their Future of Chicago Lecture Series. Former Chicago Alderman and former congressional candidate (he got reeeeeally close!) Dick Simpson invited me to speak about The War on Millennials. The questions following the presentation […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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.