Active in the California Republican Party since fifteen, Meredith worked on numerous local campaigns in Orange County, California. After attending the Republican National Convention as a youth delegate at sixteen, Meredith commenced an internship with Congressman Christopher Cox and then worked for California Assembly Republican Leader Scott Baugh.
Meredith has served as a contributing editor of St. Anne’s audio journal on social and theological issues, interviewing key political, theological and academic leaders. In addition to regular appearances on television programs and national talk radio shows, her articles and policy work appear in numerous print publications.
Meredith was appointed by Congressman Tom McClintock to the California Republican Party and is a Vice President of the California Republican Assembly.
Meredith has extensive public policy experience, having worked as the Legislative Liaison for California’s premier pro-family public policy organization, Capitol Resource Family Impact.
The first female graduate of the Torrey Honors Institute at Biola University, Meredith received Biola’s 2010 Young Alumni of the Year award. Meredith received her juris doctorate, with cum laude honors, from Oak Brook College of Law.
While MTV is notorious for pushing the envelope of good taste and decency in its program selection, few of its shows are as controversial as Jersey Shore. Ever since television viewers first encountered Snooki, The Situation and other cast members of the now-infamous show named after their home state, there’s been no lack of the kind of debauchery that’s become the hallmark of all MTV fare.
There is a sense of hopelessness in America right now. You can hear it when you talk to friends and listen to their fear of losing a job. Set aside getting a raise or promotion, they’re grateful just to get a paycheck.
California’s initiative process has long been a thorn in the side of the state’s labor unions and their allies in the Democrat Party. While they have occasionally utilized ballot measure to coax more money out of taxpayers, overall progressives have viewed ballot initiatives as the one aspect of the state’s government that they cannot fully control.
"The best talent was in California and could have created thousands of jobs there. But it was the government's tax policies that drove the company into the arms of another state."
Writer Linton Weeks of National Public Radio recently authored a column entitled “Media Black Hole: So Much News That We'll Implode?” in which Weeks examined whether the wealth of information was actually causing consumers to become less informed.
As a result of technology and new media, the world is in the midst of monumental, accelerated change. Like the Industrial Revolution that preceded it, the Information Age has revolutionized not just affluent societies, but the entire world.
Was it callous in a state of 12.3 percent uemployment for Gov. Schwarzenegger to tweet the following: "Exciting news. My friends at CAA have been asking me for 7 years when they can take offers seriously. Gave them the green light today."
Based on news reports this week, you’d think President Obama plans to run as a fiscally conservative Republican in 2012.
All three of the major credit rating agencies have given California the lowest credit rating of any state.
It's estimated that suspending AB 32 will kill over 1.1 million jobs when it's fully implemented. That's what James Cameron is looking to do.
There are very few political issues that can unite conservatives and liberals. The political polarization has reached such an intractable state that it seems the two sides will never agree on solutions for society’s pressing problems.
There are very few political issues that can unite conservatives and liberals. School choice may be the rare issue that forces each side to ignore political influence.
The shocking sticker price for a new Los Angeles school grabbed headlines across the nation.
It was a match for the ages: a three-term United States Senator against the former CEO of a Fortune 50 international corporation.
It was an ending so dramatic that even Hollywood’s best writers couldn’t have scripted it.
Fifty-seven days. For nearly two months Americans have watched the nation’s largest environmental disaster unfold in the Gulf of Mexico.