Alexandra Booze
Alexandra Booze

Alexandra serves as the Media Relations and Policy Manager for a fiscally conservative government watchdog organization based in Washington, D.C. She has handled press and policy issues in both the United States House of Representatives and Senate, as well as education and health care issues for numerous government relations firms in the D.C. metropolitan area. Her research has been featured on Fox News, Fox News Business, CNN, CBS News, Reuters, The Hill newspaper, Reason Magazine, The Washington Examiner, and Time Magazine. She received a Bachelor of Art degree in News Journalism in 2009, and a Master of Public Administration degree in 2010 from Western Kentucky University.

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Nov. 13, 2013

This Government Practice Wasted $15.9 Billion in a Single Year — We Have a Chance to Stop It

Our leaders in Congress need to stop wasting our hard-earned money.

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Oct. 8, 2013

Government Shutdown 2013: Closing the WWII Memorial Isn't Just Spiteful, It's Expensive

For some of these veterans, their visit to the World War II memorial will be their first, and for others, their last. A look at how the government shutdown harms America's veterans.
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July 26, 2013

10 Simple Steps to Understanding Why Liberals and Conservatives Disagree So Much

Just how different are the philosophies, ideas, and values of the two parties that dominate America's political landscape? Here is a detailed look into why they can't get along.
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July 24, 2013

Facts of Obamacare: Inside Look at the Pros and Cons of the New Health Law

Seventy-seven days remain until those looking to buy individual health insurance can enroll in subsidized plans offered through state-based exchanges. Is Obamacare right for America?
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July 12, 2013

George Zimmerman Trial: Zimmerman's Other Enemy is President Obama

As the country faces potential threats of race riots pending Zimmerman's fate, many can’t help but stop and wonder if Zimmerman even had a chance at a fair trial from the beginning.
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July 9, 2013

Alison Lundergan Grimes: Can She Knock Off the Senate's GOP Kingpin?

Unheard of until her underwhelming campaign debut last week, most know very little about the lawyer-turned-state-constitutional-officer now running to unseat Mitch McConnell in the Senate.

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June 14, 2013

Veterans' Biggest Benefits Are Things the VA Can't Provide

As thousands of American soldiers return home after completing military service, many find that relying on each other for support doesn't end upon discharge.
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May 29, 2013

Immigration Reform 2013: How Secure Is the U.S. Border With Mexico, and How Secure Should It Be?

Thousands of undocumented immigrants cross the border onto U.S. soil every year. Hundreds of them never make it to the other side. This is story of one man who did.