Dwight Eisenhower

According to a recent poll, former President Barack Obama remains the most admired man in America.
Amidst the cacophony of issues and debates and feelings swirling about our campuses today, we would be well served to reflect on this primary focus and, even more basic still, think about the word "university" itself and its meaning at its core.
Will the newly sworn in president speak of his genuine interest for uniting the country, which is rich with diverse cultures and beliefs?
Eisenhower was the last non-politician to be elected president.
Such an appointment might help to alleviate some of the corrosive polarization on the Court, and in our political system
As Secretary of State for President Obama, Clinton negotiated with Russia on nuclear arms reductions including the 2010 START
A surreptitious but deadly attack against your Social Security is underway. Congress just left town, but not without plunging the knife in one more time.
Since the first use of a nuclear weapon in Hiroshima 71 years ago on Aug. 6, 1945, the story of where the uranium for the bomb came from and the covert operation the U.S. employed to secure it has been little known.
If they are honest with themselves they will accept this is a dilemma of their own making. What has become the Tea Party
To contrast the virtues and shortcomings of Stevenson and Eisenhower with those of Hillary Rodham Clinton and Donald Trump is both instructive and profoundly depressing.
Yes, Trump got the most GOP primary votes to date -- thanks to millions more voters and way more primaries.
Fraud, waste, and abuse are three of the most prized words in the traditional conservative attack on government, going back
When the German Protestant pastor Martin Niemöller emerged from a Nazi concentration camp, he described how Germany had dealt
After college and law school, McConnell went back to Washington as an aide to Sen. Marlow Cook, the progressive Republican
It's hard to believe it, but Barack Obama today is more popular than Ronald Reagan was at this juncture in his last year of office, in 1988. But will it help Hillary Clinton secure another term for the Democrats? A look at the evidence produces a surprising finding.
He certainly would face a substantial amount of competition on the racist front. There have been many frightfully racist U.S. presidents in American history. Here are the 11 most racist U.S. presidents of all time.
Here's a challenge for people who think about organizations in 21st-century America: How do we demilitarize our notions of leadership?