Our Nation is facing many challenges. Traditional media rewards extreme views because they, in turn, generate ratings. Traditional politicians reward extreme views because they, in turn, attract hard-core donors and voters. Conversely, the greatest threat to this traditional media and political paradigm is an informed electorate; an electorate that can discuss our issues civilly, examine the alternatives, and reach rational rather than emotional conclusions. You are invited to become a part of that movement. You are invited to become part of A Civil Assessment.
T.J. O'Hara is an internationally recognized author, speaker and strategic consultant in the private and public sectors. In 2012, he emerged as the leading independent candidate for the Office of President of the United States. Along the way ...Read More
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T.J. O'Hara is an internationally recognized author, speaker and strategic consultant in the private and public sectors. In 2012, he emerged as the leading independent candidate for the Office of President of the United States. Along the way, he earned the first Presidential endorsement of the Whig Party since the 1850s, his website was archived by the Library of Congress for its historic significance, and he won the first on-line “virtual” Presidential election (conducted by We Want You) by a commanding 72.1% and 72.7% over Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, respectively.
His column explores our Nation’s most pressing issues, challenges conventional thinking, and provides an open forum for civil discussion.