Term Limits

Term limits are our best bastion against career politicians forcing legislative gridlock, financial waste, and outdated practices. Rather than allowing political leaders to consolidate power over [...]

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Broke and Broken: Education Reform

As a senior in high school, I was primed for the world ahead of me. Class sizes were reasonable, supplies at my disposal, teachers available for individualized attention, and we followed a strong [...]

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Law and Disorder

Our criminal justice system is antiquated and fractured, and there is no better time than now, in the shadows of national and local tragedies, to re-evaluate. The deaths of students and adults [...]

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This is Personal

I was obsessed with movies as a kid. I practically lived at the Cape Cinema from the time I could go by myself, and it was one of my first jobs. Ghostbusters and Indiana Jones were my childhood [...]

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