Opinion: USU needs more Republicans

Opinion Column published in The Utah Statesman on November 1, 2021 at 8:00 am College is not just about taking classes, it’s about leaving a positive impact on campus.  Not since the Civil War has there been such fundamental disagreement over basic assumptions about our national identity. The United States is in the midst ofContinue reading “Opinion: USU needs more Republicans”

Opinion: CRT does not belong at USU

Opinion column published in the Utah Statesman October 11, 2021 at 7:00am In any epoch, there are countless examples where liberty perished because individuals did not have the courage to stand up and speak out. The phenomenon known as “cancel culture” has made targets out of celebrities, academic figures and decent Americans, who do notContinue reading “Opinion: CRT does not belong at USU”

Opinion: Utah baiting laws harm hunters

Opinion column published in the Utah Statesman on September 27, 2021 at 8:00 am In July 2021, Utah passed House Bill 295, making baiting big game illegal. According to the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, the bill “restricts the baiting of big game animals (like deer and elk) when hunting in Utah.” Hunters can stillContinue reading “Opinion: Utah baiting laws harm hunters”

Opinion: Hunters Are Conservationists

Opinion Column published in the Utah Statesman on September 13, 2021 at 9:37am Man has hunted since he walked the Earth. Through hunting, man forged a deep spiritual and personal connection with the land and quickly learned that maintaining his own way of life meant proper stewardship of the land and its wildlife.  Theodore Roosevelt and Aldo Leopold were men that understood this connection and in the early 20th centuryContinue reading “Opinion: Hunters Are Conservationists”

Opinion: COVID-19 Vaccines Should Be a Personal Choice

Opinion Column published in the Utah Statesman on August 23, 2021 at 9:33 am Post Update August 27, 2021 “Show me your papers, please” is the trope associated with the Nazi Party officials during the Second World War who demanded identification from citizens during stops and checkpoints. Today, many American citizens have compared vaccine passportsContinue reading “Opinion: COVID-19 Vaccines Should Be a Personal Choice”

New Book Project: The New Politics of American Health

Subscribe to The Hagloch Review to get new content delivered directly to your inbox Full book release 2022 About the Book The New Politics of American Health will examine the cultural and political takeover of American Healthcare through 10 Chapters: Chapter 1 – Gatekeepers to Medicine and Peer Review Chapter 2 – Cancel Culture andContinue reading “New Book Project: The New Politics of American Health”

Opinion: Stand with Cuba against communism

Opinion Column published in the Utah Statesman July 25, 2021 at 6:00pm On July 11, Cubans in Havana and all over the island took part in the biggest anti-government demonstration for freedom in decades. Cubans young and old are protesting the 62-year-old communist regime. In the news and social media, Cubans can be seen wavingContinue reading “Opinion: Stand with Cuba against communism”

Biden’s Oil and Gas Policies Hurt Utah Families

Policy Paper for Microeconomics class March 16, 2021 At the beginning of his term, President Biden stopped construction of the 1,200-mile Keystone XL Pipeline between Alberta, Canada and Steele City, Nebraska. When complete, the Keystone Pipeline was to move over 830,000 barrels of oil a day from the Canadian oil sands to refineries near theContinue reading “Biden’s Oil and Gas Policies Hurt Utah Families”

Opinion: America Needs a Focused Protection Plan for the Next Pandemic

Opinion Paper for Health Policy class April 19, 2021 The past year and a half has been hard on everyone. Not just on individuals, but on households, businesses, industries, and markets. It did not have to be that way. We used a healthy fear of the Coronavirus to create a vaccine in record time, butContinue reading “Opinion: America Needs a Focused Protection Plan for the Next Pandemic”