You know, one of the things I wanted to talk about is guns and not really gun safety, but the proliferation of guns. It's definitely on everybody's mind, particularly since Parkland, Florida and all the school shootings that we saw.
This is particularly germane to me because in another video I talked about the origin story of iLobby and why I got into how do we change laws, how do we improve things and how do we get more people involved in policy, which is a big step in making that happen.
Mistreatment of Italian Americans in WWII
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This issue in our nation's history is one that can be forgiven but never forgotten. House bill H.R. 1706 asks for a grant of $3,000,000 from the Secretary of Education to be used strictly to educate the American public...
Tyler Scott grew up in Southern California. She wanted to do something great. She wanted to change the world. She worked as a philosophy tutor and then she got a job as an intern in D.C. for Representative and Majority Whip Steve Scalise (LA-01) in the Whip’s Office.
You might remember the congressman. He was a victim of a shooting on a baseball field in the summer of 2017.
Most D.C. offices receive and respond to about 10,000 emails and letters a month and they only have a staff...
"I hate politics. I don't understand Congress. And I have no idea about who to vote for in the election." That's what I used to say until the political gene turned on in my late 30's.
For me, politics was boring and nobody cared. Congress was just a bunch of guys in Washington and they were going to do whatever they wanted to anyway. Besides it didn't affect me.
So my position was I'd just vote for the candidate who seemed like a rock star and had the best curb appeal. The media and the Party...
According to a recent poll  the job performance rating of Congress continues to reflect a very low 7% positive job approval score. Why is that?
Why do we accept such poor performance? Do we think if they did more, worked harder, longer, smarter, they'd get a better result?
Do we want Congress to be more productive and pass more laws with more pages? Even now we learn that Dodd-Frank has 5,320 pages covering 400 new regulations . ObamaCare was a 2,700-page bill and so far has 13,000...