Samuel G. Casolari

Samuel G. Casolari

Samuel G. Casolari, J.D., ’83 is an attorney in Ohio and a trustee of Grove City College. A contributor to The Center for Vision & Values, he earned a juris doctor degree from the University of Akron School of Law. (The opinions expressed by the author are his own and do not necessarily reflect those of Grove City College or its Board of Trustees.)

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The Powerful Force of Political Names: Are the Brands Going Out of Style?

December 18, 2014 | by | Topic: Economics & Political Systems

The 2014 midterm elections came to an end with the crushing defeat of Sen. Mary Landrieu in Louisiana. Her loss, however, was part of a series of defeats for political families over the last two midterm elections.

In Louisiana, Landrieu … More>

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10 Reasons Why There May Not be a Conservative Wave in 2014

October 31, 2014 | by | Topic: Economics & Political Systems

On Tuesday, Americans will head to the polls to vote in several highly contested midterm races across the country. Many in the conservative media have high hopes for numerous Republican victories. I’m not so sure.

Though Republicans will likely retain … More>

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The 2012 Republican Primary and the Seeds of 1966

January 19, 2012 | by | Topic: American History & Presidents, Economics & Political Systems

The Republican primary contest has come down to a choice between Mitt Romney and the anti-Romney. It is another in a series of battles between the non-conservative and conservative wings of the GOP. Arguably, the political seeds of today’s Republican … More>

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