News: Third Bipartisan SAVE Act to Cut Over $100 Billion in Wasteful Spending Excerpt: Today, U.S. Representative Patrick E. Murphy introduced the bipartisan Savings, Accountability, Value, and Efficiency III (SAVE III) Act to cut approximately $102 billion of government spending over 10 years by rooting out waste and improving government efficiency. This bill is an […]
Three years ago Gilman co-founded Common Sense Action and just recently, his group merged with Run for America to support the effort to elect 12 Millennial leaders to Congress in the 2016 elections. In this conversation, Gilman describes his entrance into politics, why this project is so important, and what the Civil War teaches us […]
News: Log Cabin Republicans Charters New Chapters in Iowa, Central Florida Excerpt: “As Republicans who believe in equality under the law for all, free markets, individual liberty, limited government, and a strong national defense, I am excited to bring together all Iowa LGBT Republicans to make a more welcoming party that builds a strong Iowa […]
The Des Moines Register: Christie proposes overhaul of Social Security benefits Excerpt: Potential Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie proposed pushing back the age of eligibility for Social Security and Medicare for future retirees on Tuesday as part of a plan to cut deficits by $1 trillion over a decade, an approach he said would confront […]
At first I was sad as a fellow marathoner. Then I was sad as an American. On the afternoon of April 15, 2013, I was working at a small digital agency in New York City. I pulled up the news on a quick break and saw the breaking news of an explosion near the finish […]
As the campaign for the Oval Office heats up (already), there are some key questions we need to be asking. Among them, what is your plan to create a sustainable budget?
Last month I had the opportunity to meet 2016 presidential candidate Dale Christensen in Dallas County, Iowa. Dale is a man full of convictions and I admire his entrance into the race. A few things about Dale are worth mentioning. First, he was educated both here and overseas (London). He has worked internationally and is […]