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  • 22Jul 14

    WCPO Cincinnati Op-Ed: Let's Give Non-Violent Offenders A Second Chance

    The biggest impediment to voting and employment in our country is a criminal record. Many young people could escape this trap if criminal justice were reformed, if records were expunged after time served and if nonviolent crimes did not become a permanent blot preventing employment.
  • 14Jul 14

    USA Today Op-Ed: Give kids a second chance after drug crime

    A friend of mine's brother was convicted of a felony for growing marijuana plants in his college dorm. Thirty years later he still can't vote and his felony record prevents him from getting a good job.  
  • 14Jul 14

    Politico Op-Ed: Rick Perry Is Dead Wrong

    There are many things I like about Texas Gov. Rick Perry, including his stance on the Tenth Amendment to the Constitution. But apparently his new glasses haven't altered his perception of the world, or allowed him to see it any more clearly.
  • 2Jul 14

    Breitbart Op-Ed: The USA is Currently a Beacon for Illegal Immigration

    I voted no on the Gang of Eight's recent immigration reform bill for one reason-it did not include border security first. Any immigration reform plan that does not include border security is not real reform, precisely because any plan that does not increase security insures that we will revisit this problem again in the future.  
  • 1Jul 14

    National Review Online Op-Ed: Tragedy in Israel

    This week, three young boys were buried in Israel. The victims of kidnapping, they had been murdered by terrorists from Hamas.
  • 19Jun 14

    Wall Street Journal Op-Ed: America Shouldn't Choose Sides in Iraq's Civil War

    Though many claim the mantle of Ronald Reagan on foreign policy, too few look at how he really conducted it. The Iraq war is one of the best examples of where we went wrong because we ignored that.
  • 17Jun 14

    LA Times Op-Ed:How to end the NSA dragnet

    One year ago this month, Americans learned that their government was engaged in secret dragnet surveillance, which contradicted years of assurances to the contrary from senior government officials and intelligence leaders.
  • 12Jun 14

    National Review Online Op-Ed: No Aid To Our Enemies

    Last year, I warned that giving aid to the Syrian rebels could come back to haunt the United States and Israel, and that we shouldn't do it. 
  • 12Jun 14

    Breitbart Op-Ed: Secure the Border

    Characterizing that position as "amnesty" is simply untrue. What we have now is a lawless border. Current policy is a beacon for more illegal immigrants. The Obama administration's lawless executive orders legalizing people who came here illegally will only encourage more illegal immigration-unless we act now with real, strong, verifiable border security.  
  • 28May 14

    Politico Op-Ed: The Founding Fathers Would Have Protected Your Smart Phone

    The Fourth Amendment grants to the people the right to be "secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures." It did not find its way into the Constitution by accident. It was, rather, a specific response to a principal grievance of colonial Americans under British rule - namely, the use of the "general warrant" whereby the crown gave officials almost unfettered authority to search colonial homes, rifle through papers and scour personal belongings.
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Bowling Green, KY 42101
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