Why the Janus v. AFSCME court decision matters

In his Gettysburg Address President Abraham Lincoln did not close by saying, “Government of the government employees, by the government employees, for the government employees.” Yet, for the past couple of decades that is exactly what has occurred in our country. No other entity spends as much money to influence government policies and has as […]

Media actions risk turning nomination process into garbage

Just before I entered 3rd grade, my mother bought various items for my bedroom, including a bed spread, bookshelves, and a bean bag chair.  She also purchased the item pictured here that surprisingly would shape the direction of my life – a waste paper basket. The metallic bin contained portraits of all the presidents and […]

To meme or not to meme

It used to be said that if your political philosophy can be summed up on a bumper sticker, you need to read a book. The same can now be said about those who litter social media with political memes. The memes I am writing about are those fabricated e-placards that usually contain a picture and […]