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  • 24Feb 15

    Huffington Post Op-Ed: Out of Darkness, Light

    Sherri was a little girl, born with big brown eyes and bouncing curls. She was the forth child born to her parents, but was the first girl. She was born into a seemingly normal family, with two parents and three older brothers. More often, this girl grows up into a lovely young woman, prepared to carve her place in the world. However Sherri's story was different.
  • 10Feb 15

    Breitbart Op-Ed: Audit the Fed

    If the Federal Reserve was a real bank, without extraordinary powers, it would be insolvent. The Fed has $4.5 trillion in liabilities and only 57 billion dollars in equity. It is leveraged at 80:1, nearly three times greater than Lehman Brothers when it failed.  
  • 10Feb 15

    Bowling Green Daily News Op-Ed: Right-to-Work is really about worker freedom

    Union membership may be in decline across America, but here in the Bluegrass State, unions still have the power to force workers into becoming dues-paying members against their will. That means if you work for an employer who contracts with a union, you can be forced to pay union dues as a condition of employment.
  • 30Jan 15

    CNN Op-Ed: How feds can legally steal your money

    There are many reasons why the Internal Revenue Service is perhaps the least-loved agency in America -- a tax code so complex that it seems like you need an advanced degree to understand it, the dreaded audit process and revelations that certain groups have been targeted based on their political beliefs.
  • 19Jan 15

    TIME Op-Ed: Break Down the Wall That Separates Us From the ‘Other America’

    In his 1967 address to Stanford University, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. spoke of two Americas. He described them as, "two starkly different American experiences that exist side by side."
  • 13Jan 15

    Politico Op-Ed: No, the GOP Is Not at War With Science

    Since our founding, America's economic strength and national security have depended on scientists and innovators to promote growth and prosperity. Both public and private investments in research and development fuel the economy, create jobs and lead to new technologies that benefit Americans' daily lives.
  • 1Dec 14

    Breitbart Op-Ed: Benghazi was the Definition of an Intelligence Failure

      The House Intelligence Committee released its long-awaited Benghazi report Friday, claiming, "There was no intelligence failure prior to the attacks."  This one sentence tells us how seriously we should take this report.  
  • 25Nov 14

    TIME Op-Ed: Politicians Are To Blame in Ferguson

    We are witnessing a tragedy in Ferguson. This city in Missouri has become a focal point for so much. The President and the late Michael Brown's family have called for peace. I join their calls for peaceful protest, but also reiterate their call to action - "channel your frustration in ways that will make a positive change."
  • 20Nov 14

    TIME Op-Ed: What I'm Thankful For

    I am thankful that Missy Paul is safe. Missy was kidnapped by Boko Haram and survived a harrowing ordeal in which her school was burned to the ground in Nigeria. With a gun to her head, she was forced into the back of a truck with thugs who said they intended to "marry" her. As the truck sped her away from safety, from her school, and from her friends, she made the decision to jump. She was warned they would shoot her if she tried to escape, but she chose to tumble into the bush at a high-speed rather than become prisoner.
  • 10Nov 14

    Daily Beast Op-Ed: Obama’s ISIS War Is Illegal

    For a generation, Democrats stood up against Republican presidents who they deemed to be too eager to go to war-or too ready to put troops in harm's way without the full consent of the American people through their elected representatives in Congress.
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