Analysis, Media, Research, Tips

No, Michigan voter registration data wasn’t “hacked”

Earlier today, I started seeing social media posts about voter data from multiple states being located on a so-called "dark web" website. The general picture being painted was that this data had been obtained through improper means and made available for sale. From there, the "story" picked up steam, and Russian and American news outlets… Continue reading No, Michigan voter registration data wasn’t “hacked”

Academia, Analysis, Media

Universities, donors, and undue influence

Over the past few days, I have watched the unfolding story involving the University of Alabama system and Hugh Culverhouse, a prominent donor. Culverhouse pledged to donate approximately $26 million dollars to the UA law school, which the UA system renamed in his honor. Since that time, Culverhouse and the UA system have had a… Continue reading Universities, donors, and undue influence


Spotlight profile in KSU student newspaper

For reasons that I don't fully understand, someone at the student newspaper thought I was interesting enough to warrant a spotlight article in this week's publication. While the article is nice, I'm most happy about the display of solid drumming technique I display in the picture! 😂😂 I am truly a lucky guy. Not many… Continue reading Spotlight profile in KSU student newspaper


AP article about SB 315

I was recently interviewed by AP news reporter R.J. Rico for an article about SB 315. The article can be read here. According to the article, the University System of Georgia had input on the bill but has not taken a position. I have had conversations with two different KSU administrators about this bill, and… Continue reading AP article about SB 315