Michael Deel is a leading political analyst and constitutional expert who has gained recognition in the States for his unique talent and logistics skills. Deel leverages his passion for current events and knowledge of politics to tackle the challenges and opportunities faced by people. He specializes in the study of the origin of several political systems, their development, how they operate, and lastly their effect on the community. 

Deel graduated from Southern New Hampshire University with a bachelor’s degree in History and then joined Johns Hopkins University for a master’s degree in Government & Political Science. During his time in college, Deel gained substantial knowledge regarding the political trends, and foreign relations, and is presently regarded for his well-researched articles that offer not only the statistics of the current scenario but also examine the motivations, cultures, values, history, and decision-making process behind the on-going policies and their effect U.S. interests or national security.

Deel in his decade-long career acquired excellence in the logistics industry as well, working for several renowned firms such as Schlumberger,  Arkoma Energy Services,  Brown Brothers Driver Outsource Services, LLC (BBDOS), and ArcBest Corporation. This experience has fruitfully added up to empower him with the necessary knowledge, thus contributing to his overall brilliance.

Michael Deel can do whatever job he is performing to go over and beyond the call of duty. This trait has helped him succeed as a logistics specialist as well as a political analyst. This up-and-coming young man has been featured in multiple newspapers for his political columns about America's Constitution. The arguments hence put forward by Deel are a product of critical thinking and thorough research. Deel’s diversity in knowledge gives him an upper hand in tackling real work dilemmas and issues facing our society.

With the recent advancements in the 21st-century world, technology has provided a space to connect organizations at a deeper level in order to have a global outlook. In such times, the need for political analysts is more than any of us can imagine. As it is people like Deel who will assess the impact and effectiveness of public and government policies and the projected effects of changing social trends and budget adjustments.

Deel is currently pondering several possibilities about a future run for political office. His background and political education will be monumental for this task. As an average Arkansan and now 38 years old, he can understand the real-world dilemmas that face the state and beyond. He is also considering continuing his studies and teaching university-level history and political science. Whatever the case may be, Deel's future seems bright and prosperous, and we look forward to what is to come.