Dana Nottingham's writing focuses on politics, government, international relations, law, business and families. He has been a content creator for various websites, writing opinion and editorial analysis of current events and affairs and how they affect communities, families and individuals. Educated in international business and law, Dana fully understands how the world functions. He is pro-business, yet recognizes certain limitations are required to maintain the proper balance between supplier and consumer. Dana’s experience include working in the district office of a member of Congress and developing and building a growing Colorado city. Dana has lived in both Mexico and Peru and speaks and writes fluent Spanish. In Colorado, he served as a substitute radio host for two of the top-rated Spanish-language radio programs in Denver and even hosted his own Spanish-language radio program.
Dana Nottingham is an often humorous writer focusing on politics, government, international relations, law, business and families. He has been a content creator for various websites, writing opinion and editorial analysis of current events and affairs and how they affect communities, families and individuals.

Dana believes the future of the United States, and even the world, rests upon the strength of the family. A family, no matter its size or makeup, is both the most basic and the most important unit of government, where all education, training, support and even fun should originate.

Educated in international business and law, Dana understands how the world functions. He is pro-business, yet recognizes certain limitations are required to maintain the proper balance between supplier and consumer. Capitalism provides the best opportunity for success, growth and prosperity but certainly needs to be checked to assure that dishonest, deceitful and harmful practices do not detrimentally affect the system, the economy and the family.

Dana’s law and government experience include working in the district office of a Member of Congress and developing and building a growing Colorado city. He is pro-government to the extent that he understands government is a necessary yet intrusive means to protect our lives, our liberties and our pursuits of happiness, but fully believes government (whether national, state or local) should be as small as necessary to accomplish its limited purposes.

Dana has lived in both Mexico and Peru and speaks and writes fluent Spanish. In Colorado, he served as a substitute radio host for two of the top-rated Spanish-language radio programs in Denver and even hosted his own Spanish-language radio program. He understands and supports the vital role of legal immigrants and immigration, while recognizing the failure of the United States to properly address either legal or illegal immigration. Dana advocates complete reformation (and subsequent enforcement) of our nation’s immigration laws.

A classically trained pianist, Dana often accompanies local singers and groups in performances, large and small. He also performs an annual Independence Day concert, sharing his music and thoughts about the freedoms and blessings enjoyed from living in the United States.

In his spare time, Dana likes to camp, hike, waterski, watch college football and work in the yard with his five children.
Birthplace
California
Nationality
American
Education
B.S. International Business; JD, Law
Location
Lincoln, Nebraska
Languages Spoken
English, Spanish
Topics of Expertise
Politics, Faith, Immigration, Business, Families




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