Lisa De Pasquale

Lisa De Pasquale is a writer in Alexandria, VA. She is the author of Finding Mr. Righteous (Post Hill Press). Miss De Pasquale was previously the director of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), where she oversaw all aspects of the conference from June 2006 to April 2011. In 2010, she was named a “Rising Star” by Campaigns & Elections magazine in their annual list of top political leaders under 35. She writes a weekly column for Townhall.com called the "De Pasquale's Dozen," which was inspired by Andrew Breitbart and asks political leaders and liberty-minded entertainers to talk about their pop culture obsessions. She has also written for Breitbart.com, Human Events, The Daily Caller, Washingtonian, The Washington Times, The Houston Chronicle, and the Tallahassee Democrat.


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This Health News Brought to You By Citizens for Sugar

When it comes to picking winners and losers in the food industry, I prefer the whims of the free market.  Give people information, let them decide how healthy or unhealthy they want to be.  Who am I to say a marathon runner can't indulge in a 1,000-calorie sodium-laden burger?  Or that a right-winger like myself can't buy organic when it suits her mood and wallet? Aug 1, 2013 10:49 AM PT

Killing Jobs Not a Byproduct of Obama Economy, It's the Plan

The President is hell-bent on injecting Leftist politics and the Chicago way into practically every government agency.  We already know how the administration used the IRS to intimidate political enemies.  His latest picks for the National Labor Relations Board is no different.  Even though the Board exists to represent the interests of employees and protect their rights in disputes with businesses and unions, President Obama keeps appointing those who have worked on behalf of unions for years.  These picks hardly represent the Board's pledge to be "fair and impartial."  From Red State: Jul 24, 2013 12:42 PM PT

The BuzzFeed-ification of Science Reporting

For years I've been writing about how science reporting has devolved into hysteria and misinformation disguised as public service.  TV reports lead with scare tactics like "Stay tuned for the killer in your kitchen cabinet!" with little regard to actual scientific evidence.  It's gotten so ridiculous that even a TV provider makes fun of them in their commercial.  Jul 16, 2013 8:11 AM PT

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