Yesterday was one of the busiest days I have had on the campaign trail. It all started with setting up for an event in Ogden for the Pride Festival. We had a booth set up to do some outreach on behalf of the Libertarian Party in Utah. After set up, I headed out to join … Continue reading A Libertarian Day Out
Today marked the first day for the 114th Congress, as members of the House and Senate were sworn into office. For me, this day was one marked by a slight bitterness because of the first vote being held in the House of Representatives. Each member of the Utah delegation voted in favor of retaining Speak … Continue reading Disappointment in Utah’s Congressional Delegation
To Members of Congress, political pundits, and all those who comment on the situation in Iraq: I am a United States Marine. I served with 2nd Battalion, 7th Marines from 2003-2007, deploying twice in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. I fought in Hit, Fallujah, Haditha, and many other places in that country. I have been … Continue reading Open Letter on Iraq
A new ad from Craig Bowden, running out of Utah's 1st Congressional District addressing the need to reduce the salary, perks, and entitlements members of Congress receive.
I have been unable to sleep tonight, so I figured I would write. I feel that writing sometimes can clear a lot of the clutter going on in my brain, and release the thoughts keeping me awake. Consider it an open letter to the American people. I have been campaigning for nearly a year now. … Continue reading Pondering Late at Night
This is taken from Sentinel News, a newspaper serving Northern Utah. We have corrected a couple of small errors in the information which will be bracketed. by Steve Child Craig Bowden,an Independent candidate for the 1st Congressional District, held a "Meet the Candidate" meeting at the Brigham City Library on 25 January. During that meeting, … Continue reading Craig Bowden (I), Candidate for 1st Congressional District Seat
Mr. Speaker, Mr. Vice President, Members of Congress, my fellow Americans: Today in America, a teacher spent extra time with a student who needed it, and did her part to lift America’s graduation rate to its highest level in more than three decades. Only because of policies that have lowered the standards across the board, … Continue reading Obama’s Real State of the Union