Cory Suter
Cory Suter

Ph.D. Student in Economics at Temple University, and Founder of Direct Congress, Cory is passionate about making Congress work for America, instead of being led by special interest money. Prior to his formal study of Economics, he spent five years building two small businesses into successful enterprises in Philadelphia, PA. Cory grew up in a low-income conservative Christian family in Virginia, and attended The Honor Academy in Texas before studying business at JMU and working for Teach For America. He is married to a Children's Doctor, and has one son Jonathan, who was born in June of 2012.

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March 29, 2013

7 Reasons This Muffin Mix Can Save America

After making a customer complaint, I received a phone call from the CEO of Jiffy mix, the top producer of baking mixes in America. His story illuminates corporate America's sad moral decline.

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Feb. 21, 2013

Immigration Reform 2013: Bob Goodlatte Says Immigrants Deserve the Worst Jobs

The powerful chairman of the House judiciary committee spoke openly in an interview on National Public Radio about his plan to keep immigrants illegal, so they will do our toughest dirtiest jobs.
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Dec. 6, 2012

Tea Party: Bizarre Tea Party Email Claims Cure For Cancer, Showing That the Group Needs Major Reform

An urgent email blast was sent to all TeaParty.org subscribers encouraging them to buy an encyclopedia set with the cure for cancer and other quackery. It's time for a Tea Party 3.0 comeback.
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Nov. 6, 2012

Romney Energy Plan, Debunked in 10 Simple Charts

The Romney/Ryan plan to make America an Energy Superpower is based on unrealistic assumptions and may do more harm than good long-term.
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Oct. 29, 2012

Hurricane Sandy Path: Eye of Hurricane Sandy Heading Straight For Atlantic City and Philadelphia

With winds whistling outside, the events of Hurricane Sandy are a good time to review the politics of Obama and Romney in election 2012.
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Oct. 3, 2012

What Channel is the Presidential Debate On at 9 PM EST Tonight and Other Quick Facts

When and where to watch Obama and Romney battle it out in the presidential debates, which begin tonight at 9 p.m. EST, and how to effectively fact check the candidates afterwards.

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Oct. 2, 2012

Presidential Debates Schedule: The Case for a Romney Presidency and a Democratic Congress

Full schedule for the presidential debates. And, why swing voters who like Romney or Obama’s arguments should vote the Democrats into Congress and vote Romney for president.
Aug. 25, 2012

Neil Armstrong Dead: One Last Step For a Man, One Giant Loss For Humankind

Neil Armstrong, the popular American Astronaut who first landed the Apollo spacecraft on the moon, died on Saturday.
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Aug. 5, 2012

Mitt Romney in His Own Words: 5 Things the Media Will Not Tell You About Willard Mitt Romney

Mitt Romney has an original idea for a half-wide car, supports some government intervention and is concerned about peak oil & climate change. Or so he says in 'No Apologies.'
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July 16, 2012

Mark Zuckerberg Has a 1% Interest Rate Mortgage, and That Should Be Concerning

The founder of Facebook recently refinanced his $7m Palo Alto home for less than the annual increase in inflation, thus proving that in this economy some people are getting something for nothing.
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May 31, 2012

China Grades the United States' Human Rights Record in New Report

China censors free speech and jails dissidents in their own country, but their well-documented report about the United States shows how America is on shaky moral ground when we criticize others.

May 24, 2012

How PolicyMic Can Gain a Voice on the World’s Stage

A successful entrepreneur has a plan to make PolicyMic into the greatest example of democracy ever created by monetizing the site transparently and creating paid work. Do you have a better idea?
May 16, 2012

George Lucas Strikes Back, Gets Revenge On Rich Neighbors

The Star Wars creator will build low-income housing after a spat with rich neighbors over what he could and could not build.