Election 2016

RyanCare: Pass it to find out what’s in it?

On March 9, 2010, Nancy Pelosi exemplified incompetent leadership when she admitted to pushing through the Affordable Care Act without knowing the full extend of the legislation, saying that “we have to pass the [healthcare] bill so that you can find out what is in it…” Just 14 days later, President Obama sealed our fate by signing the … Read more…

Wooing Millennial Voters

One of the biggest lies society perpetuates is the idea that “All Millennials are Democrats.” Yes, more Millennials vote for Democrats than Republicans, but I can’t really blame them. In recent years, Republicans have failed to challenge the liberal monopoly over younger voters and it’s time we take responsibility for it. By conceding the youth … Read more…

Millennials, Debates, & The Future of the GOP.

Over the past few weeks, my life has resolved around the Millennial Advocacy Council PAC and our Inaugural Phoenix Summit. Between event planning, fundraising, and debate coordinating, I had very little time to sleep, let alone blog. Now as the dust settles and my routine somewhat returns to normalcy, I couldn’t imagine a better topic to break my … Read more…

Donald Trump 2.0

What if you could have Donald Trump, but without any of his flaws? All the benefits of an outsider that’s going to clean up the political scene, without even a hint of concern. Someone with great success in business, no concern for political correctness, but no scandals, no big mouth, and no perceived prejudices.  Now Virginia needs … Read more…

Executive Dis-order: Obama, Trump & Stalled Immigration Policy

President Trump is justifying his own abuse of power by “delaying” the law in order to push his own agenda. Sound familiar? Remember the outrage Republicans felt when President Obama ignored the Constitution by issuing executive orders to bypass Congress on immigration? I hate to break it to you, but what Trump is doing now is the exact … Read more…

Divisive DeVos Hearing Underscores Competing Visions of Public Education

Tensions were high on Capitol Hill last night as the United States Senate held a confirmation hearing for President-elect Donald Trump’s choice for Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos. Senator Lamar Alexander (R- TN), Chairman of the U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP), called the confirmation hearing into order by recounting some … Read more…