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4 takeaways from Trump’s Cuba speech
The Hill – June 16, 2017

President Trump on Friday announced a handful of rollbacks to the previous administration’s policy on Cuba.

The New Student Activists
Christianity Today Magazine – March 2016

Christian college students are engaging controversial issues and taking stands to pursue justice.

Crisis For Common Core: Indiana’s Uncommon Ruckus Over Education StandardsThe Daily Signal, March, 11, 2014

INDIANAPOLIS – What’s wrong with public education in America today? Across the country, just about everyone has an opinion. Very few, though, have the power to implement sweeping reforms.

In Indiana, a driver for the Uber car-for-hire service gets his mother on the phone for a reporter. Sharon Hurt is a 40-year veteran of the state’s South Bend public school district. What teachers need, Hurt says, is flexibility as individuals and support as a group…

Who Sends Lawmaker Tweets?The Hill, Aug. 1, 2012

Most lawmakers do not disclose whether they write their own tweets, according to a review of lawmaker Twitter bios by The Hill, which also finds that most members likely use a ghostwriter…

Romney on Keystone: ‘I will build that pipeline if I have to myself’The Hill, April 20, 2012

Mitt Romney drew a line in the oil sands on Friday, focusing on the controversial Keystone pipeline project opposed by the White House and saying, “I will build that pipeline if I have to myself.”

Romney’s tax return headacheThe Hill, Jan. 18, 2012

Mitt Romney is running into tax trouble…

GOP Tech Gap Needs MillionsThe Hill, Dec. 13, 2012

Republicans need to make a multimillion-dollar investment to close a digital gap with Democrats and President Obama, according to GOP tech experts…

Twitter is the New Campaign Spin-RoomThe Hill, Oct. 3, 2012

The first head-to-head match-up between President Obama and Mitt Romney on Wednesday is also the first presidential debate where both campaigns will be engaged in a virtual showdown on Twitter…