Political analysis, commentary and reporting from the lens of a first generation Persian-American millennial. We millennials are chronically accused of being disingenuous, ill-prepared, unconditioned and lacking the necessary skills to take control of the world from fleeting generations. I’m here to set the record straight and break this fallacy while wearing a thick southern skin.
The Washington Times Communities erroneously reported that Republican Sen. Lamar Alexander was registered as a "hard democrat" in a 2012 Tennessee primary. Published 12:40 p.m. January 9, 2014 - Comments
Michael Lotfi, political analyst and adviser, is a first generation Persian-American. Lotfi's father, a man who sought refuge in America during the Islamic Revolution of Iran, met a Southern belle in the Deep South woods of Savannah, and the ...Read More
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Michael Lotfi, political analyst and adviser, is a first generation Persian-American. Lotfi's father, a man who sought refuge in America during the Islamic Revolution of Iran, met a Southern belle in the Deep South woods of Savannah, and the two joined lives.
Together, they raised a son who grew to share his father's dream for religious, economic and civil liberty.
Lotfi graduated in the top 5% of his class with honors from Belmont University, an award-winning private university in Nashville, Tennessee, where Lotfi currently lives and is the state associate director of the Tenth Amendment Center.