I’ve worked on a projects in politics, law, journalism, fantasy, and humor. I’ve applied both the Chicago Manual and the Associated Press Stylebook. I’m available to edit for you.
In my writing, I draw on my background in journalism, law and philosophy. Most of what I write is advocacy. Here are a few of my favorite pieces:
- “Feel the Pain on Both Hands,” The (Toledo) Blade, Nov. 23, 2016.
- “Aaron’s Law Doesn’t Solve Biggest Problem in Swartz’s Case,” Congress Blog, The Hill, April 28, 2015.
- “Hey, Mr. U.S. Attorney, You Didn’t Make That!” Business Rights Center, Feb. 14, 2014
- “Government by Intimidation,” The Daily Caller, Aug. 29, 2013
- “Rangel’s Un-American Patriotism,” The American Bazaar, The Daily Athenaeum and elsewhere, March 2013
- “Taxing and Giving Away,” The Cavalier Daily, Sept. 24, 2008
I also write humorous and thought-provoking short news items for This Is True. Most of True‘s contents aren’t available unless you subscribe, but here’s one of my pieces: “A Different Kind of Corrections.”
And here’s one of the most heartfelt things I’ve ever written: “The Moral and Cultural Significance of ‘Genie, You’re Free.'”
I’ve taught courses in law and philosophy for the City University of New York. And during my years at The Atlas Society, I delivered talks, in person and online, on a variety of subjects, including antitrust law, patriotism, and the essential points of Objectivism.
From 2003 to 2011, I was a graduate student in philosophy: first at the City University of New York, where I earned a master’s degree, then at the University of Virginia. While I never completed a dissertation, I did develop an exceptional skill at critiquing arguments.
If you need any of these skills, please email me at email@example.com.