George Zadigian

George Zadigian graduated from Kenyon College in 1978 and Cornell University in 1982 with an MBA. Since 1980 he has written editorials in The Bergen Record (NJ), The Cleveland Plain Dealer, The Columbus Dispatch, The Akron Beacon Journal and The Alliance Review. His editorials focus on ferreting out opportunities to substantially improve the direction of US policies in the areas of foreign policy, economics, energy, the environment, education, health care, and justice.

What Patriotism Means to This Clear-Eyed Republican

While most of us have strong feelings about patriotism, its exact meaning seems nebulous and elusive. Perhaps that is why many of us practice patriotism so differently.  Some exercise what may be the pinnacle of patriotism by enlisting in our

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What Have We Become?

Why has the political invective become so much more toxic? While advocating for America and protesting against candidates in my own Republican Party over the last five years, it’s been interesting to


Hope Is a Verb

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Freedom and the Greater Good

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