Tom Gaffey began his writing career as the editor-in-chief of the University Connecticut’s Daily Campus, where he also majored in journalism and film studies. He lived in Hawaii for 12 years, where he focused on both hospitality and nature writing. Currently, Gaffey resides in Washington D.C. and is a full-time freelance writer, as well as a fiction novelist.
Confirmation hearings began last week for Ketanji Brown Jackson, the likely replacement for Justice Stephen Breyer.
With the average price of gas climbing well over $4 per gallon, and continuing to climb, many are worried that gas prices may result in an even bigger economic fallout.