The election of Donald Trump is the product of America’s discontent with an ineffectual and dysfunctional federal government. Key voters in Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, among many others, chose a candidate they believed would shake up Washington, D.C. rather than one they viewed as part of its establishment. Thus, they handed the White House to […]
David Guldenschuh (email@example.com) is a policy advisor at The Heartland Institute’s Center for Constitutional Reform and serves as president of the Committee for a Fiscal Responsibility Amendment, a nonprofit organization dedicated to educating the general public on national debt policy and the Article V convention of states process. He is a constitutional law expert and native of Rome, Georgia.