The Holiday Madness of Trump and Clinton Obscures Trump's Strange Dithering Over the State Department
Petraeus is a courtier, something of a "smack" in the parlance. But he is brilliant and very knowledgeable. West Point summa
Mr. Cruz has given us a lot to think about. Most crucially, we all have a role to play in the way the country manages our military, and we all might benefit from having a bit more at stake.
Despite what the progressive left might think, Elizabeth Warren is not an ideal running mate. In addition to giving up a Senate seat, combining Clinton and Warren could be like oil and vinegar.
Colleges and universities can help prepare citizens for the challenges and opportunities related to working in their community by developing new programs and structures that meet their civic-minded vision and mission.
Sadly, "In 1985 about half of Americans said they had a close friend at work; by 2004, this was true for only 39 percent," according to Wharton professor, Adam Grant.
"I don't think Putin is an irrational actor. I'm not sure about the leadership in North Korea; we just don't have a good
Welcome to the age of increasing complexity, volatility, interdependence, diversity, ambiguity, flux and more. Bring it on. Our team ended the year with a resolution to start 2015 with a plan to somehow make it feel less crazy.
Today's easy citizenship does not require much of us. Taxation enables us to support common projects and voting to elect candidates that a majority supports. But there are far too few experiences that bring us together in shared community and national purpose.
Ultimately, McChrystal said, “We don’t leave Americans behind. That’s unequivocal.” The former commanding general of international
Citizens, and especially media pundits, should pay attention Gen McChrystal's words and remember that America does not leave soldiers -- even ones who make mistakes -- in enemy captivity.