In The News

May 2016

In a recent piece in the Orange County Register entitled “The revolution will be livestreamed,” Brian Goebel, the President of Reason in Government, discusses the future of political parties as they grapple with Millennials and the consumer preference to tailored content.

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April 2016

The William and Mary Alumni Magazine profiles Brian Goebel (BA ’93, JD ’96) and discusses how 2040 Matters and Reason in Government reflect his commitment to civic engagement and generational justice.

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March 2016

Brian Goebel explains why angry voters should beware of Donald Trump:  He embodies many of the same qualities that have made voters so angry about the Obama Presidency.

 

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September 2015

Brian Goebel and Brian Finlay argue that the mass migration crisis in Europe, rising concerns over terrorist travel, and other global challenges demonstrate that the UN Security Council must lead the international community on border management issues.

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Archives

April 2009

Brian Goebel and Josh Kussman argue that destroying the Mexican Drug Cartels is in the long-term economic and security interest of the U.S.

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September 2006

James Carafano, Brian Goebel, and Josh Kussman discuss methods for improving the visa issuance process to foster tourism and international business in the U.S. while simultaneously improving border security.

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March 2006

Brian Goebel argues that if Congress is truly interested in port security and fostering economic growth, it should stop wasting money, focus on actual security threats, and better secure inbound and outbound trade flows.

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September 2004

Brian Goebel illustrates why it is a mistake for candidates and voters to devote so little attention to homeland security issues in federal elections.

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