Other Work & Commentary


After 16 years as a federal employee, the government shutdown convinced me to change careers (Philadelphia Inquirer, 1/18/2019)

‘Jim Brown: Last Man Standing’ : A well-researched bio of NFL great fails to explain why he matters (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 8/31/2018)

An American Marriage: The justice system takes its toll in Tayari Jones’ new novel (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 5/18/2018)

‘Dollarocracy’ Preaches to the Choir (Pittsburgh Post Gazette, 8/18/2013)

Case Management Procedures in the Federal Courts of Appeals, Second Edition (Federal Judicial Center, 2012)

Funding Conundrum (americanobserver.net, 4/30/2011)

Hashtag Hesitation (amerianobserver.net, 4/2/2011)

Community Steps In To Save Its River (tastyjournalism.com, 12/16/2010)

Overview of the Major U.S. Intelligence Agencies: What’s the difference between CIA, DIA, NSA and FBI? (ohmygov, 3/30/2009)

Veterans Benefit from Tuition Change Under New G.I. Bill (ohmygov.com, 3/24/2009)

California’s Battle with EPA May Soon Be Over (ohmygov.com, 2/4/2009)

A Look at Federal Employee Unions (ohmygov.com, 2/2/2009)

State Budgets Caught in Economic Freefall (ohmygov.com, 12/30/2008)

Perspectives On Racial Divide Broaden With Age and Experience (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 3/16/1998)

Obama’s 21st Century Government: It’s All About Innovation (ohmygov, 12/11/2008)

Justifiable Homicide Or Vigilante Justice? (ohmygov.com, 12/1/2008)

Maryland Activists Classified As Terrorists By State Police (ohmygov.com, 11/17/2008)

Healthcare Help for Vets During Open Season (ohmygov.com, 11/14/2008)

Tech Awards Given to Federal Agencies for ‘Extraordinary Accomplishments’ (ohmygov.com 11/12/2008)

Gardasil Vaccine Required for Young Women Seeking Immigration to U.S. (ohmygov.com 10/28/2008)

Alternative Discipline Underused By Federal Employees (ohmygov.com, 10/28/2008)



Another Red Line meltdown, another day of riders asking why can’t Metro do better (Washington Post, 4/19/2017)

Paulina Gretzky skirt shot divides the internet (New York Post, 6/20/2016)

A verrry long story about the Kennedy-Nixon campaign of 1960 (Rockford Register Star, 11/8/2013)

Steep drop in unemployment rate spawns conspiracy (Associated Press, 10/5/2012)

Obama spending cuts target federal agencies’ travel, technology and swag (Washington Post, 11/9/2011)

With government shutdown looming, federal workers brace for the worst (Washington Post, 4/7/2011)

Twitter Trend: #ReasonsMubarakIsLate (ABC News, 2/10/2011)

Vogue’s oil-inspired spread stirs muck in August issue (Associated Press, 8/10/2010)

UMUC Student Decries A Costly Policy (Washington Post, 9/18/2008)

Perspectives On Racial Divide Broaden With Age And Experience (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 3/16/1998)

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