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Jay Shepard

Jay Shepard
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Jay Shepard is the Executive Editor of Committed Conservative. Jay is currently a security analyst and business owner. Jay served 21 years in the U.S. Army, mostly in the infantry. Jay also served as an Army inspector general for four years. Jay has a Bachelors of Science in Political Science from James Madison University, and a Masters of Public Administration (concentration National Security) from Troy University. Jay has run several successful state-wide political campaigns, and has been an outspoken advocate for the Constitution, the core American principles, the Convention of States, and military policies. Jay's passion is everything to do with the founding of our country, and with baseball. Jay has coached over 30 years at the youth to prep levels.
The Convention of States has now picked up the twelfth state to pass an Article V convention application, putting the effort at the 1/3rd point of the number of states needed to kick off the convention. With Texas passing...
With the Left holding virtually no power at the state or national level, one would think that they would be introspective and try to understand how they got here. Instead, the war on women by the Left, particularly in...
Separation of church and state. No government religion. I can hear even many fellow conservatives now berating me for dragging religion into the public square, for claiming that American liberty is dependent on Easter. Unlike those today, our Founders were...
Far too few United States citizens understand our history. And without this understanding, we have no idea why our Constitution says what it does, and how it works. Many don't know that our Constitution has a genealogy. It's important that...
"A civil war has begun." So states Daniel Greenfield in his latest article entitled "The Civil War is Here: The Left Doesn't Want to Secede. It Wants to Rule." Not only does Daniel hit the nail on the head...he does...
As a political scientist and junkie, I am fascinated by the American electorate before and after the election this last fall. While I must admit that I did not vote for either of the two major party’s candidates, it...

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