Christina Pushaw is a DC-based political consultant who writes on foreign policy, free-market economics, and higher education. She holds a Master’s degree in International Relations and Economics from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). Currently, Christina works in investor relations for a PR firm and also advises foreign politicians on branding and advocacy strategy.
Following her interest in foreign policy, she studied abroad in Russia and worked for an international education management company in Georgia and Azerbaijan. She has traveled extensively in Eastern Europe, most recently in Spring 2017, when she conducted field research in Ukraine. In Washington, Christina has worked for a political intelligence firm and a think tank focused on defense, foreign affairs, and security policy. A native of Malibu, California, Christina graduated from the University of Southern California with an honors B.A. in History and Russian.
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HOW TO TAKE BACK CALIFORNIA? UPHOLD CONSERVATIVE PRINCIPLES, REJECT COLLECTIVISM, AND ENGAGE LATINOS IN THE FIGHT FOR A FREE SOCIETYABSTRACT: In California, decades of progressive policies have created a society in which the well-connected prosper, entrepreneurship is discouraged, and immigrants face government-imposed barriers to achieving the American Dream. Yet Californians—and even more frequently, Hispanic Californians—keep voting for liberal candidates who perpetuate this two-tiered society. Contrary to conventional wisdom, California … 1 896
Is America becoming a third-world country? Maybe. But blame corruption, not capitalism – by Christina PushawIn his new book, The Vanishing Middle Class, MIT economist Peter Temin claims that America is beginning to resemble a third-world country. He estimates that just 20% of Americans are living comfortably, with the vast majority trapped in low-wage jobs that offer little possibility of advancement. For them, the American … 3 1096
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