Jordan Debbink column
Jordan Debbink has been active in politics since 2008 and has spent the last 4 years focused on researching the nation's governors. In June of 2014, he released his first self-published book, "Heroes of Faith." He currently resides in Wisconsin, where he works with individuals with intellectual disabilities and serves on various non-profit boards. (www.jordandebbink.com)


RGA ready for two more female governors
Jordan Debbink
December 16, 2016

In an arena primarily dominated by men, todays governors seem to be stacked with one white male after another. With 31 states leaning conservative, only 4 of . . .


Cabinet picks diversity and intellect
Jordan Debbink
December 8, 2016

This month, two women emerged onto the national scene. Elaine Chao, Trump's pick for Transportation Secretary and Seema Verma, Trump's pick for administrator . . .


Cabinet picks: Election night promises or political machination?
Jordan Debbink
November 30, 2016

The recent cabinet picks of retired Neurosurgeon, Dr. Ben Carson for Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Governor Nikki Haley for UN Ambassador and . . .


Tulsi Gabbards: Icon to the Democrats or Right Wing extremist?
Jordan Debbink
November 23, 2016

It was announced this week that U.S. Representative from Hawaii, Tulsi Gabbard was to meet with president-elect Donald Trump regarding several cabinet positions . . .


Women who lead: from New Mexico to Florida
Jordan Debbink
November 22, 2016

The conservative movement in America is often lambasted for its lack of diversity. The media and ideological leaning members of the left conjure up imagery that . . .


Secondhand presidents
Jordan Debbink
November 15, 2016

(This is not a political endorsement of President-elect Trump, simply insight on how to view any being coming into the office of the POTUS.) Xenophobic. . . .


The class and substance of Nikki Haley
Jordan Debbink
January 15, 2016

This week, the leader of the free world gave his final State of the Union speech to America. In tradition, the political party opposite that of the president . . .


A case for a President Fiorina
Jordan Debbink
December 23, 2015

In less than one month, America will host its first caucus for the 2016 presidential election. In a field that is littered with Senators and Governors, we the . . .


Clarity amidst the Syrian refugee crisis
Jordan Debbink
November 25, 2015

For the last month, I have had such an inner struggle to come to terms with the many varied opinions that surround the Syrian refugee crisis. Since ISIS . . .


America's border and Americans speech: How the media and generations of Politicians have gotten them confused
Jordan Debbink
November 16, 2015

Isn't it odd that illegal immigrants have come to have more rights than law-abiding Americans? Oh, sorry that was too harsh. Let me sensor my free speech so . . .


How Conservatives can win big in a "Big Government Game Show" era
Jordan Debbink
November 9, 2015

"Welcome back to another round of your favorite show! "Big Government Game Show! On the blue side we have the Donkeys; on the red side, the Elephants! As . . .


One Christian's response to immigration
Jordan Debbink
September 21, 2015

In 2014, I published my first book, "Heroes of Faith." In the book I have a chapter devoted to Governor Jan Brewers fight to secure the Mexican-American border . . .


One Christian's response to ISIS
Jordan Debbink
August 6, 2015

This truly is one of the hardest conclusions I have had to come too. It took several years of paying attention, hours of research, prayer and conversations . . .


Jindal has sharpened tool for 2016
Jordan Debbink
July 6, 2015

"Great leaders don't blame the tools they are given. They work to sharpen them." When I think of the ideal leader, I think of three qualities that should be . . .


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