Special thanks to Mike Stenhouse, the Center’s president, and Justin Katz, the think tank’s top researcher for this very excellent opportunity to work up in Rhode Island. We’ve had several reports out on voter fraud, voter ID, pension reform, illegal immigration and the “dependency portal.” The Center is one of many Franklin Center affiliates across [...]
Quick blog from last night’s vice-presidential debate between Paul Ryan and Joe Biden Link Back to Blog Rep. Paul Ryan Versus the Unelected “Unelected.” That’s a word Rep. Paul Ryan used in the vice-presidential debate last night in response to a question about abortion that should be repeated incessantly on the campaign trail. The non-answers [...]
Having a lot of fun writing for the American Spectator. After the first Romney-Obama debate, I did a quick report the unlected IPAB panel included as part of ObamaCare. Romney mentioned it, but I’m encouraging the campagin to go further. Link to full report Death Panel Rattle Until two nights ago, most voters were largely [...]
Of all the posts I’ve done for Human Events on the presidential race in New Hampshire, this one is the most important as it focuses on voter ID The link to the full roundup is here. NEW HAMPSHIRE Clinton takes aim at voter ID in New Hampshire; Obama maintains narrow lead Anyone who tries to [...]
Thanks to the State Policy Network and the Franklin Center for Government and Public Integrity I found my way to the Pelican Institute for Public Policy in New Orleans, La. I miss it already, but it was a very successful run. I accomplished a lot with the support of Kevin Kane, the Pelican president, and [...]
Thanks to the very astute team of reporters and researchers over at Americans for Limited Government based in Fairfax, Va., NetRight Daily has put some very strong content advancing the libertarian cause. I feel very fortunate to be a member of the team as this is an upcoming think tank with a clear sense of [...]
The Franklin Center organized a swing state roundup with Human Events Magazine, which is under new leadership. I’ve been asssigned to cover New Hampshire. As it happens, I know one of the top Republican strategists in the state. I’ve made the most of the opportunity. The coverage began in late Sept. 2012 and runs through [...]
Unfortunately, the Louisiana lawmakers decided to voluntarily defer their legislation. But the concept is part of a larger national movement and it will be back. Read full report at the Pelican Institute for Public Policy.
This group gets overlooked, but it has been leading the effort to block voter fraud investigations and to take down Voter ID Laws. It has been most active recently in Virginia. Read full report at Capital Research Center.
Should Louisiana primarily export or import the vast natural gas supplies that have been harvested in just the past few years? This question was explored at the Louisiana Mid-Continent Oil and Gas Association (LMOGA) annual meeting held in New Orleans last week.