Dave Nalle was born in Lebanon and lived in many foreign countries and Washington DC while his parents were in the foreign service. He has advanced degrees in History and English, taught college history for many years and has worked in a variety of political jobs, including as a campaign consultant, as a writer and editor for several political organizations, as Communications Director for the Travis County Republican Party, as Texas State Director for the Gary Johnson presidential campaign and as National Chairman of the Republican Liberty Caucus.
Dave also runs a small company which designs custom typefaces, including all of the official fonts for the merchandising for the Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter movies. One unusual claim to fame is that he was Al Gore's intern when they "invented" the internet.
He lives just outside Austin with his wife Patricia and his two daughters Caroline and Katie.
Challenge the political status quo. Realize that you make better decisions than the bureaucrats in D.C.?
In an interview with Communities writer Kevin Kelly, Ron Paul discusses education, foreign policy, civil liberties and more.
The final part of my interview with Free and Equal founder Christina Tobin.
Part one of my interview with Free and Equal founder Christina Tobin.
Ron Paul's new Institute has the potential to challenge the neoconservatives and hawks who dictate American foreign policy.
Sometimes life requires a paradigm twist.
News and reviews of notable museums, and exhibits, and art events.
Nobody likes to talk about dying quite as much as life insurance expert Liran Hirshkorn.
The stories of damaged Mac Books that had liquid spilled on them and how they were brought back to life by the Mac Experts at LiquidSpill.com
Video reviews of today's hottest trends in Minecraft (servers and mods) along with a look at the latest video games with your host MCairsoft14 (alias Jerad Zad).
Published 2:12 p.m. May 17, 2013
Have we reached the point where in previous scandal-plagued administrations Congress called for the appointment of an independent counsel?
Published 4:36 p.m. May 5, 2013
Under assault by the Democrats "Battleground Texas" plan, Texas Republicans find the biggest obstacles to party reform in their own ranks
Published 12:15 p.m. April 22, 2013
The Senate immigration reform bill contains too little reform and too little immigration to solve the problem it tries to address.
Published 4:11 a.m. April 9, 2013
Are GOP leaders determined to keep power at all cost, or can they reach out to the grassroots and share power in a party with a future?
Published 1:23 a.m. March 25, 2013
After years of seeing money go out of state, Texas may finally have a viable plan for legalizing gambling
Published 5:05 p.m. March 19, 2013
Monopolistic big box retailers killed the mom and pop store; now they want to kill internet entrepreneurs.
Published 1:42 a.m. March 17, 2013
There's a lot of hard work to do in the next few years, but it doesn't hurt to start the race with the inside track.
Published 1:21 a.m. March 15, 2013
CPAC wanted to put an establishment stamp on the future of the political right, but instead gave Rand Paul an opportunity to upstage them.
Published 10:42 p.m. March 6, 2013
Rand Paul's heroic stand for liberty may show our troubled nation the path to political redemption.
Published 3:42 a.m. February 27, 2013
What should the GOP do to avoid following the Whigs into the trash heap of political history?
Published 1:52 p.m. February 14, 2013
America was built by immigrants. Some Republicans are asking whether we really need to be afraid of them today.
Published 6:44 p.m. February 12, 2013
President Obama must address his administrations egregious position on the use of drones to murder United States citizens.
Published 2:24 a.m. February 1, 2013
Alaska GOP insiders resort to rule or ruin tactics, bent on denying the will of party members by staging a coup to derail reform efforts.
Published 3:35 a.m. January 30, 2013
Big Labor's idea of a "path to citizenship" is a long and rocky road which few will want to take and which ends up with forced unionization.
Published 1:02 p.m. January 20, 2013
Can a change in leadership save the Republican Party from its own inertia and allow it to rebrand and reinvent itself?