In September, 2018, I went to Warsaw, Poland for the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) human dimension implementation meeting, under the banner of the 30-year-old national security think tank that goes under the nom de guerre Secure Freedom. Here is one of my “interventions” – speeches before the Plenary Session of diplomats
Did I predict Donald Trump would win? Not quite. But check out this Facebook post of the video and see how close you think I came to what happened:
This is the piece I submitted to Daily Caller on Election Night reporting that a political market was spiking for Donald Trump, but which the editor didn’t see until it was overtaken by events: Donald Trump’s likelihood of winning on one political market has spiked 43 percentage points today to a 65% likelihood of winning.
My preview of the 2016 Iowa Caucuses just went live at US News & World Report. It reads in part: The first-in-the-nation Iowa caucuses will be held next Monday evening. Who wins, only time will tell. But who loses already appears certain: the Republican establishment. Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders. Two are
This week I appeared on The Hard Line with Ed Berliner on Newsmax TV to discuss the Iowa Caucuses. He was kind enough to pimp my book, Grassroots Rules: How the Iowa Caucus helps elect American Presidents. The interview was entirely apolitical. Instead, Ed wanted to know about how caucuses worked and what to expect.
FoxNews.com quoted me this week on the question of Trump’s strategy in an article called Trump draws Clinton into fray, as he seeks GOP ‘standard-bearer’ mantle. The key part: While the Trump-Clinton clash could point to an effort by Trump to shed his GOP competition, Christopher C. Hull, president of D.C.-based public affairs firm Issue
My wife Valerija was sworn in as an American citizenship this summer, after 15 long years of waiting. Based on that ceremony, here’s my first op-ed ever in the Wall Street Journal. Its kicker is this part: …last month the Obama administration tweaked, in a way that goes beyond simple partisanship, the rules surrounding the