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Nathan Mayo
Nathan Mayo earned a degree in economics from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. Upon completion of his military service as a Captain, Nathan spent two years working with a nonprofit in Haiti before joining True Charity in 2020 to serve as the director of membership for their network of poverty-focused charities. His work has appeared in CNN Business, the Washington Examiner, and Real Clear Policy.
by | Feb 25, 2022

Many Americans were outraged by recent news that the Biden administration flirted with funding crack pipes as a part of a harm reduction strategy. They would be equally outraged if they knew that a major “charity,” to which millions of…

by | Jun 22, 2021

A recent column by Robert Reich, former U.S. Secretary of Labor, excoriates Republicans for using Chipotle’s recent price increase to insist that “Democrats’ socialist stimulus bill caused a labor shortage and now burrito lovers everywhere are footing the bill.” Chipotle…

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