Messaging to a Millennial Culture

Thursday, February 7, 2019

The following is a modified version of a speech given at Constitutional Coalition’s Educational Policy Conference in St. Louis, Missouri on January 25, 2019. First of all, here’s…

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The Courage to Think

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

More than ever before, young conservatives face persecution on their high school and college campuses for their beliefs. Risking grades, academic advancement and putting career options in jeopardy, a…

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Why Empowered, Intelligent Women Should Be Conservative

Thursday, June 28, 2018

Recent Pew Research data reveals a Democratic trend among women voters.  A majority (56%) of women identify or lean Democrat (a 4% increase since 2015). Additionally, a majority…

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Should the Government Determine A Life’s Value?

Thursday, May 3, 2018

What happens when the government determines a person’s value?  Whether China’s One (now two) Child Policy, or Great Britain’s government mandates to remove care from sick babies, the…

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Rethinking “Nice”

Thursday, April 12, 2018

In polite conversation, opposing policies like sanctuary cities, the release of prisoners at Guantanamo Bay, welfare, or gender “transitioning” can appear compassionless, callous and fundamentally not “nice.” Intimidated…

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The Government’s Gender Hiring Gap

Thursday, December 14, 2017

Politicians routinely criticize the private sector for not hiring enough women in key positions such as the fact that in 2017, only 32 of Fortune 500 companies had…

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Social Justice Grammar and “Zir” Own Agenda

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

This year, Merriam-Webster released the new Eleventh Edition Collegiate Dictionary, which has been lauded as a “courageous” step against racism, exclusivity and gender-bias.  This edition adds 1,000 new…

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#NotMyMarch: Elitism, Abortion and the March for (Some) Women

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Originally Published on Patriot Post, January 25, 2017 As we try to hear above the noise, it can be difficult to distinguish the exact grievances that the Women’s…

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Breaking Through The Real Glass Ceiling

Thursday, November 17, 2016

Originally Published on Patriot Post, November 17, 2016 Hillary’s campaign ran on the line of “breaking through the glass ceiling,” an outdated feminist archetype for disenfranchised women who…

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The Therapists Win in the Bathroom Debate

Friday, June 3, 2016

Originally Published on Patriot Post, June 3, 2016 In light of the recent Obama Bathroom Edict and ensuing law suits by eleven states, it is a fair question…

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