Got a complaint on my last opinion piece on the national debt. Seems my time frame focused on our current administration and was misleading in that past White House occupants over the years have also been free with our tax dollars! And this is true. In fact, a brief Google search stated the … Read moreLet’s Put Our National Debt in Perspective!
Before the election, President Biden declared that the Department of Justice would assign federal observers in 64 jurisdictions to look out fo… Read moreWill Biden Continue to Weaponize the Department of Justice?
The Supreme Court recently heard arguments from Harvard and the University of North Carolina about using race and ethnicity in admissions poli… Read moreDiscrimination in Education Cannot Be Justified
Everyone seems to have an opinion on whether an Elon Musk-led Twitter is good for free speech, and much of that debate is happening on Twitter… Read moreSupport Free Speech? You Should Be Rooting for Musk’s Twitter Transformation to Succeed
It’s that time of year again for America’s mail carriers. With six weeks to spare before 2023, the Postal Service has unveiled a colorful arra… Read moreStamp Designs Can’t Paper Over Postal Problems
Many people know the feeling of listlessness, lack of motivation and even sadness that accompany the changing seasons. Once often dismissed as… Read moreTaking Steps to Support Mental Health is Paramount
Several congressional Democrats have urged the Biden administration to make it easier for China, Russia, and other hostile nations to essentia… Read moreWill Biden Let China Steal Our Technology?
So, are they old tales, told by wives or are they tales, told by old wives? Either way, here are a few of those tales debunked: Read moreOld Wives’ Tales And Other Stories You May Have Believed
The next generation of telecommunications, or 5G, is taking shape. The United States is going toe-to-toe with China in this high-stakes compet… Read moreGovernment Can Encourage 5G Network Development Without Running the Entire Show
It had been building for weeks. Americans could talk about little else, the tension and anxiety growing daily as the stakes climbed ever highe… Read moreHOLY COW! HISTORY: America’s Biggest Lottery Scandal
It was 1998—the year I turned 21 years old and close to the exact moment the ship I was deployed on entered the waters of the Persian Gulf. At… Read moreMy Father, a Vietnam Veteran, Embodied Leadership
In the aftermath of another turbulent election season, maybe it’s time for politicians, regulatory agencies and the media to return to somethi… Read moreSeparating the Truth from Lemons Is the American Way
More than two dozen of the nation’s top military heroes are calling on all Americans to save veterans and service members from suicide by conn… Read moreMedal of Honor Recipients Challenge Americans to Save Vets From Suicide
How can so many things be going wrong in America at the same time? Only one cause-effect dynamic is as universal, and time and technology are … Read moreWhat’s Causing America’s Widespread Worsening?
Once at the St. Francis Hotel in San Francisco, I went to check in, and when I reached for my wallet it wasn’t there. The clerk said that I wo… Read moreCash Is Out, Credit Cards Are In After the COVID Pandemic
Sometimes the quieter political issues have more to say. High-decibel culture warriors have been getting people riled up over everything from … Read moreCounterpoint: Focus on Policy, Not Politics This Election
The debate lasted an hour and covered a dozen topics, but there was only one question to be settled in the Oct. 25 Senate debate in Pennsylvan… Read moreFetterman Fumbles in High-Stakes Pa. Debate