About

Stephen is the grandson of both an immigrant and a conservative. His three best friends hail from Christian, Islamic, and Jewish backgrounds (alphabetically ordered). Please try and focus on the part you like the most, hate the least, or accept that maybe someone is trying to prove that he has pure intentions of trying to be nonpartisan. Imagine a white flag, waving in a delicate beach breeze. Hopefully the moment on the beach provided you an escape, even if for just a moment. Stephen’s interest in constitutional law is a passion sprung from his experience in law school. He hopes to pass on some of the same knowledge that helped him better understand how the United States government is supposed to function, how it really functions, and what happens in between.

No Agenda is his current attempt at an outlet and escape from too much “fake news” and built upon a hope and a dream. A hope that one day citizens will arm themselves with information and a dream that people still exist who want to receive knowledge, especially if it is given to them without an agenda. While everyone these days seems to have a political opinion, few seem to understand the underlying mechanisms that the United States Constitution empowers to different branches of the government. However that basic information is mandatory for every law student when the American Bar Association requires passing a constitutional law class. If you like lawyers, are married to a lawyer, or think lawyers are snakes in the grass, they are every race, color, creed, religion, sexual orientation, etc. and certainly necessary if you find yourself in need of legal help. No Agenda hopes to bring some of the basic constitutional law knowledge of a law class in response to both current events and broader topics. In relaying the same information that is taught to both Republicans and Democrats alike, No Agenda’s goal is to provide an unbiased, nonpartisan, reliable, and truthful exploration of the powers and tools at the disposal of each branch of the government.

Contact No Agenda at NoAgendaWeb@gmail.com