This blog serves to reveal conservative principles.
These principles are applicable to anyone, and important to the well being of our nation.
Conservatism is about ideas and solutions that address problems concerning all people: poverty, hunger, inequality, and anything else that holds anyone back from reaching her or his full potential.
However, conservatism doesn’t rely on government bureaucracy to achieve these solutions; it relies on the individual.
People are good and deserve a better quality of life than leftist solutions have offered.
This blog will promote true conservative values in a time when they are often rewritten to fit the narrative of the left.
Bryan Griffin, Esq., is a lawyer, writer, and specialist in American foreign policy in the Middle East. Born in Florida, Bryan received a Masters of International Affairs with a specialty in the Middle East from Columbia University in New York City. He holds a Juris Doctorate, Masters of Management, and Bachelors in Classical History and Political Science from the University of Florida. On November 15th, 2013 Bryan was sworn in as an attorney by United States Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas at the Supreme Court. From 2010-2013 Bryan held the elected office of Soil and Water Supervisor of Alachua County. At Columbia, Bryan was named the Editor in Chief of the Journal of International Affairs. In 2015, Bryan co-led a team of political consultants to Columbia to consult the Cambodian Senate on best practices in increasing and expanding national participatory government. As a lawyer, Bryan has experience in both civil and criminal work, including a trial in front of the Chief Judge of the Southern District of New York, the nation’s oldest federal legal venue. Bryan is the author of the widely popular book “The Encyclopedia of Militant Islam,” published in 2015. Currently, he serves as the national field director for the Maccabee Task Force Foundation, a non-profit based in Las Vegas, Nevada organized to lead American support for one of its most important allies, the nation of Israel.
Benjamin Ryan is an undergraduate at Columbia University in New York where he majors in political science with a focus on international relations and Chinese foreign policy. He has provided research for some of Columbia’s leading Political Science professors. Ben has worked at the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, providing research for various scholars. He also worked as a personal research assistant to noted author, columnist, and pundit Jonah Goldberg. At Columbia University he chaired the American Enterprise Institute’s Executive Council, was President of Christians United for Israel, and was the Vice President of Students Supporting Israel.
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