BHC Pieces in the Press:

State of Our Union is Polarized, But Does It Have To Be? San Francisco Chronicle, February 2018

Tolerating Your Opponents: When disagreement is a form of diversity City Journal by Manhattan Institute, December 2017

Discussing the motivation behind Bleeding Heart Conservatives Bold TV, December 2017

Is Political Appropriation the New Cultural Appropriation? Bold Global, September 2017

​​Harvard's Ban on Social Clubs: Actions Speak Louder Than Words Intercollegiate Studies Institute, August 2017

The Body That Governs Closest... doesn't always do its job City Journal by Manhattan Institute, August 2017

We'll Never Know the Silenced Silent Majority Bold Global, November 2016

Discussing "Why It's Good To Be Right" Salon Facebook Live , October 2016

Bleeding Heart Conservative:

Anyone who believes conservative principles (e.g. accountability, meritocracy, limited government, civic duty, equal opportunity, etc; see page 15) applied to personal and government policy paves the most productive and beneficial path for the individual and for society. That said, not all BHC perspectives necessarily adhere to staunch Republican Party lines; however a BHC finds her net policy opinions landing right of center, and arrives at her political party affiliation accordingly.