Scott D. Gillette was born, raised and currently resides in New Jersey, although he has lived in other parts of the country as well.
He began writing as a columnist at Arizona State University as a graduate student studying political science. This work served as an antidote to the reflexive statism and dull orthodoxy that prevails today at college campuses around the country.
After his stint at graduate school, Scott served as a junior analyst at an economic consulting firm, and now is a teacher at a private high school.
Scott was a self-described "Scandinavian socialist" in his youth, veered to the conservative right, and now holds an eclectic set of positions that are difficult to classify. Scott recently left the Republican Party, and is a political independent. He is first and foremost a supply-sider, because he believes that such policies hold the key for reducing and eventually ending poverty around the planet. His interests also include foreign relations, comparative politics, education, tax and monetary policy, the environment, and cultural trends.
Goodbye to the GOP 5/31/2002
A World Transformed 12/10/2020
A Mission Fraught With Peril 10/15/2001
A Glorious New Century 8/9/2020
A Golden Anchor for the U.S. Economy 7/9/2020
The Art of Being W 5/7/2020
Arsenic and Saving Face 4/26/2001
Don’t Forget Juanita 4/18/2001
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An American Empire? 4/2/2021
The Unbearable Lightness of Television 3/23/2001
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