WASHINGTON, April 22, 2014 – Join Richard Cameron and Conor Higgins for an hour of lively conversation, Wednesday, April 23rd here on Communities Digital News – Digi News Hours.
Conor Higgins, columnist for Communities Digital News – Back Porch Politics is this afternoon’s Open Rebellion Radio guest during the Communities Digital News Hour. Conor Higgins has a BA from Catholic University in DC and an MA form George Mason University in Fairfax, VA, both in history.
Higgins is an ardent supporter in taking a step back from evolving political events and analyzing them from a birds eye view, not to mention taken with a grain of salt. In his column, Higgins attempts to slow down and take a more familiar and less serious approach to discussing politics and World events. Though sometimes it does not always work out that way.
Recent articles have centered on the issue of gun control and include:
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