Katie Kieffer is the author of a new book published by Random House, “LET ME BE CLEAR: Barack Obama’s War on Millennials and One Woman’s Case for Hope.” She writes a weekly column for Townhall.com. She also runs KatieKieffer.com.
Kieffer graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of St. Thomas. As a college student, Kieffer founded, edited and published a nationally recognized student newspaper. Kieffer is also a Club 100 alumna of the Young America’s Foundation. During her senior year, Kieffer was the only female student entrepreneur who the University of St. Thomas recognized with a practicing entrepreneur award.
Kieffer has several years of experience in commercial real estate. She chaired a National Young Professionals Forum of rising stars in commercial real estate and has received multiple state and national honors for her leadership. She has been named one of Minnesota’s “25 Finest Young Professionals.”
Kieffer has been featured on CNBC, MSNBC, the FOX News Channel, the FOX Business Network, The BLAZE TV, HLN, EXTRA!, the Sun News Network, NRA TV and NEWSMAX TV.
Since she has a background in both business and journalism, Kieffer enjoys speaking at business conferences and on college campuses. Kieffer’s commentary and writing inspires students and young professionals to achieve their entrepreneurial goals.
Desperate is not disguising a bald spot with spray paint or treating a thinning scalp with Rogaine; desperate is murdering over a lock of human hairand unemployed Americans are growing desperate.
Dr. Emanuel is the brother of Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and an advisor to President Obama. Last month, he penned a column in The Atlantic where he cackled: ...by 75, creativity, originality, and productivity are pretty much gone for the vast, vast majority of us.
How does the first black president reward blacks for voting for their hero?
Fear of sunlight and guns is leading Democrats to turn nocturnal.
Secret stories of soldiers stabbing their fellow soldiers in the back read like crime thrillers. Our bravest soldiers and veterans are increasingly the victims of abuse by other soldiers with more political clout.
Ladies, Democrats fail you in four major ways.
Halloween is four days before the midterms. Get out the vote with a costume that expresses your inner politico. Here are five fun political costume ideas that will spark a debate at your Halloween partyand remind your friends to vote for freedom.
Two lawyers fight Ebola in the U.S. while our troops are forced to combat Ebola in West Africa. Americans may contract Ebola but rest assured: no one will sue the federal government.
Janet Yellen is no masseuse. Nor is she a pecuniary zeus. Her economic policies sting like grapefruit juice and sound as silly as Dr. Seuss.
California Governor Jerry Brown cares about college women. Which is why he is patronizing them.
To a nunnery, go, and quickly too. Farewell, Joe Biden.
Bang! Lee looked up from addressing a package while she waited in line for service at the post office. Despite a lobby packed with customerswithout noticea postal worker slammed down the service window gate and went to lunch, leaving Lee and the other patrons to fend for themselves.
Its harvest time! But oil shipments out of the Bakken are causing dangerous and costly rail delays for farmers.
Joan Rivers crushed 9/11 terrorists by laughing. So should you.
Semper Fi, Sgt. Robert Richards. Thank you for your service. May you rest in peace.
Steven Speilberg directed Jurassic Park 21 years ago. Barack Obama is now directing Juristic Park. Hold onto your popcorn. T. Rex is back.
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“Here’s your drink, darling,” the bartender said with a smile. He seemed upbeat as he made drinks and greeted customers. “Do you like your job?” I asked him. “I hate it,” he confessed. “Honestly, I hate my job.”