What You Need to Know about Judge Neil Gorsuch

On Tuesday, January 31, 2017, President Donald Trump announced Judge Neil Gorsuch as his choice to replace the great Antonin Scalia who died on February 13, 2016. Justice Scalia was a lion of the Court who sought to interpret the Constitution in light of what the Founding Fathers intended. Judge Gorsuch comes from the same […]

Five Ways Donald Trump Can Be a GREAT President

Donald J. Trump is about to spend at least the next four years as President of the United States. Concern, worry, and angst fill many sections of the country. To be honest, I am no fan of Donald Trump—I did not (and would not) vote for him because his character leaves much to be desired. […]

Crying Over a Loss

On election night, I watched what once was considered an improbably become inevitable—the election of Donald J. Trump as President of the United States. Yes, I had been saying for two weeks or more that Trump would win, but I did have trouble wrapping my mind around Trump’s victory. Secretary Clinton’s supporters never saw the […]

Five Lessons from Election Night

I have been a politics nerd for as long as I can remember. In high school, my U.S. Representative knew me by name because I worked so diligently in his campaign. I introduced some of my high school teachers to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell as I (and several others) showed him around my hometown. […]

How and Why I’m Voting Tomorrow

Tomorrow, the American people will go to schools, churches, bowling alleys, private homes, and a host of other places to cast ballots to elect someone President of the United States. In my heart of hearts, I really do not believe the American people have any choice in their leaders—God decides who attains that office. I […]