The Republican Party is famous for turning to movie stars for its political leaders. Many of us are aware that prior to his presidency and governorship, Ronald Reagan was a film actor who starred in many feature films. He is not alone; many republican actors have held office. A few other famous actors include Arnold Schwarzenegger who served as governor of California, and WCW wrestler Jesse “The Body” Ventura who served as governor of Minnesota. These are a handful of many famous republican actors who turned into politicians. Continue reading “Republicans Love Actors”
I picked up a copy of The Oklahoman today and read the headline, “Census struggles to recruit workers.” Honestly, this is the kind of phrase that really bugs me. While employees want to make as much money as they can with in their qualifications, on the opposite end, employers want to pay as little as humanly possible to their employees. Whenever worker shortages exist, it is because employers aren’t willing to pay their employees enough money to do the job.
I was published in the Tahlequah Daily Press. This editorial addresses the concept of E Pluribus Unum. We are great because we are many who make one.
Here is my letter published in the Tahlequah Daily Press. The link also includes the first person to publish a troll-like response to one of my articles. It was a good day for publishing for me. Continue reading “Electoral College Helps Only GOP”
Upon reflection, I might have had Ronald Reagan all wrong. Continue reading “Democrat Ronald Reagan”
Many on the right have condemned the media for not giving both perspectives, but I do not think that those who cover Trump’s myriad missteps should be pigeonholed as biased against him or against the right. We hold news writers to higher expectations than we do academics. Continue reading “Media Criticism of Trump Doesn’t Automatically Indicate Bias”
My article from the Salt Lake Tribune
My article in the Tahlequah Daily Press.