• Blog | 11.18.17

    Thankful On Purpose

    The calendar says it’s time for Thanksgiving, but if you watch the news, spend any time on social media, or drive a few miles in heavy traffic, it becomes clear that thankfulness is in short supply right now. We are a nation fixated on the negative. We have abandoned objective standards, and seem to be…Read More

  • Blog | 11.11.17

    Thank A Vet

    Today, like every Veterans Day I can remember, I pause to reflect on the patriotism and sacrifice of my Grandfathers who both served in WWII. One served in the Army and the other in the Navy. Both men loved this country, and their imprint on my life seems especially strong each Memorial Day and Veterans…Read More

  • Blog | 10.28.17

    Liberty Enlightening the World

    On this day in 1886, the last rivet was fitted on the Statue of Liberty, and President Grover Cleveland helped dedicate what has become one of America’s most iconic landmarks.  For more than 130 years, “Lady Liberty” has stood tall in New York Harbor as a testimony to the unique nature of the freedoms we…Read More

  • Blog | 10.21.17


    If you haven’t had a chance to watch the debate from this week between Ted and Bernie Sanders, you should really stop right now, click HERE, and watch it. Throughout the evening, Ted consistently promoted a vision for lower taxes and the economic benefits that naturally flow from real tax reform. Similarly, Bernie remained steadfast…Read More

  • Blog | 10.19.17

    Wow… what a debate!

    We hope you were able to tune in to last night’s CNN Debate in which Ted’s performance was described as “home run.” If you weren’t able to catch the debate live, you can watch it here. We also wanted to share some excerpts of press coverage highlighting Ted brilliantly making the case for tax cuts…Read More

  • Blog | 10.14.17

    Talking Tax Reform

    The government’s view of the economy could be summed up in a few short phrases: If it moves, tax it. If it keeps moving, regulate it. And if it stops moving, subsidize it. – Ronald Reagan One of the primary motivations behind the American Revolution was an unwillingness to abide excessive taxation. Similarly, the wave…Read More

  • Blog | 10.7.17

    Higher Standards

    This week our nation recoiled in horror at the news of the shooting in Las Vegas. The depth of depravity that would lead anyone to commit such acts, coupled with the death and suffering that resulted, have left us with many questions that demand serious introspection. Everyone wants to find a solution that will reduce…Read More

  • Blog | 9.29.17

    Both Foreign and Domestic

    I enjoy working on old cars. In fact, the first car my wife and I owned was a 1940 Chevy two door sedan, and our second vehicle was a 1975 JEEP CJ-5. Anyone who enjoys old cars knows that constant maintenance is required. Over time, you develop an ear for things that need addressed. The…Read More

  • Blog | 9.23.17


    The word family has the power to stir a range of emotions. If we’re fortunate to have come from a loving family, the word reminds us of time spent with those we care most about. For some, the word family may remind them of a distant relative who shows up around holidays, but remains otherwise…Read More

  • Blog | 9.15.17

    Who Benefits?

    It has often been said that only two things are certain in life: death and taxes. Well, for far too long Washington has been more than willing to tax us to death, and then turn around and tax us for dying. It is past time for serious tax reform. This week, while discussing the topic…Read More