Brandon Loran Maxwell is an essayist; speaker; playwright; and freelance journalist. His writings have appeared at The Hill, The Washington Examiner, The Oregonian, The Foundation For Economic Education, and Freedoms Journal Magazine, among others. He is a frequent contributor to the Manhattan-based free market urban blog Hip Hop Republican and the Los Angeles-based urban publication Street Motivation Magazine. In addition, Brandon has been profiled by various news outlets and publications, including Glenn Beck’s The Blaze. He studied international politics and film at Brigham Young University.
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