Wednesday, April 25, 2018
Blog Page 382
You may or may not have noticed all kinds of political ads bombarding the periphery of your Facebook profile in the past few weeks. I noticed it right about the time the conventions started, and since I’ve been clicking...
By Gyasi Ross Senator Scott Brown from Massachusetts. Hold that thought, please—indulge me for a few minutes while we talk about discrimination, outrage and offensive behavior. See, subjective tests for racial/gender outrage are ineffective—everybody feels offended at something that other people simply...
A new report by an independent health group undercuts statements President Obama made on the campaign trail in 2008 that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, now-embraced by Democrats as Obamacare, would contain those costs. The 2011 Health Care...
In a nod to the importance of the Latino vote in Nevada, the popular Mexican pop band Maná will perform at an Obama rally on Sunday according to an announcement sent out by the Obama campaign on Wednesday. Latinos are...
It has taken me a few days, perhaps even weeks to finally get my thoughts out about the current referee lockout in the NFL and it’s mostly because the more I think about it, the harder it is to...
By Neidi Dominguez When President Obama announced in June that he would grant certain young, undocumented immigrants opportunities to avoid deportation and work legally in the United States, thousands of people felt the cloud of stress and fear which shadows...
This is the second part of a two part series. Read part one here. When Mitt Romney jokes that if his father had been a Mexican immigrant, he’d have, “a better shot of winning this ,” because “it would help to be...
I usually ignore the random crazed comments from Fox News commentators, Ann Coulter, Michael Savage or any of the other flame throwing members of the knuckle-headed punditocracy. However, Rush Limbaugh is in a category unto himself. The guy manages...
Every year in San Antonio present and former members of the media via the Society of Professional Journalists put on a show, Gridiron, to raise money for scholarships. This year, hot on the heels of his lauded Democratic National Convention speech, San Antonio...

David Markarian

Name: David Markarian Title/Occupation: Vice President of Government Relations Organization: NextEra Energy, Inc. What Makes The Person A Game Changer:  David Markarian serves as Vice President of Government Relations at NextEra Energy, Inc., where he oversees federal government affairs in Washington, D.C....