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 Standards – The 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 headache – The Hill, Jan. 18, 2012
Mitt Romney is running into tax trouble…
GOP Tech Gap Needs Millions – The 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-Room – The 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…