Kyle Stone
Kyle Stone

Kyle Stone is a practicing attorney in Chicago, Illinois, and serves on the Executive Board for the Chicago Young Republicans. A Michigan native, Kyle graduated from the University of Michigan in 2005 with high honors in History, and earned his law degree from Loyola School of Law in 2008. With a passion for anything political, Kyle's commentary has appeared online for American Spectator, American Thinker, and Pajamas Media. He is an avid sports fan, especially of his beloved Michigan and Detroit teams. He also enjoys reading and writing about history and, quite naturally, politics. He can be contacted at

Aug. 12, 2012

Paul Ryan VP Rollout Was Skillfully Planned and Executed by Romney

Regardless of how one feels about the selection of Rep. Ryan as Romney's VP, its rollout was an undeniable success.

April 16, 2012

Who Will Mitt Romney Pick as His VP Candidate?

Before you get caught up in the Romney running-mate frenzy, consider some historical perspective of the impact of VP selections. Romney's selection need only do no harm.
Dec. 6, 2011

Chicago's Mayor Emanuel Cloaks Revenue Grab in Guise of Public Safety

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel is installing speed cameras covering 66% of Chicago, leading to worries about excessive government monitoring.
July 11, 2011

Criticizing GOP on Debt Issues is Shortsighted

Criticism of Republicans for being stubborn in debt-ceiling talks are baseless.
June 23, 2011

Rejecting His Generals, Obama Chooses Winning Strategy

Obama should make his own war decisions. Generals are concerned with military objectives, and their role does not necessarily evaluate the full spectrum of decision-making.
March 26, 2011

In Gov. Daniels, the GOP Finds its Anti-Obama

If Republicans are to win the presidency in 2012, they should choose a candidate who stands in stark contrast to President Obama; Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels may be their match.

March 6, 2011

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's Brash Humility

Chris Christie has emerged as a conservative darling and many are pushing him to run for president in 2012. His continued, humble insistence that he is unprepared for the job is refreshing.