A Party of Means

The failure of the American Health Care Act last month, though regrettable for Speaker Paul Ryan’s leadership and prestige, has opened the way to redeeming the Republican Party’s tenure in power. Regardless of the effects it would have had on the American health care system, the “three-pronged” method proposed by Speaker Ryan for reforming healthcare … Read more…

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…

Virginia’s GOP Governor Hopefuls on Twitter

Thanks to President Donald Trump, the Twitter habits of elected officials and political candidates has become even more relevant, sparking wide-spread interest and criticism. Considering this unprecedented and unorthodox level of Twitter usage by a sitting President, I was curious about how our four Republican candidates for VA Governor have been utilizing the social media platform on their own campaigns. … 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…

Virginia’s 2017 Gubernatorial Election Preview

There is no off-season in Virginia politics. Because Virginia holds an election every single year, someone (and everyone) is ALWAYS campaigning. As they say… no rest for the weary! As Virginia politicos gear up for the 2017 state-wide primary season, and with the 2016 Election cycle behind us [finally], political candidates are busy laying the groundwork of … Read more…

The New College Compact: Hillary’s Obamacare?

Last month, in a thinly veiled ploy to appease Bernie Sanders supporters, Hillary’s Clinton campaign announced her version of “free college” by rolling out the revamped “New College Compact”. The “New College Compact” is a big government proposal to eliminate tuition at 4-year public colleges and universities for students of families making less than $85,000/year, … Read more…