Today marks the 50th anniversary of the most infamous crime of the 20th century. The murder of President John F. Kennedy continues to fascinate and disturb people around the globe. The killing has been investigated and analyzed, reviewed and written about, videotaped and dramatized, and is unequivocally the most talked about criminal event in the last 100 years.
Fifty years after the assassination of John F. Kennedy, America seems still stuck on the mostly unspoken question that haunted Americans when it happened: “What does it mean?”
The electorate in 1960 had marched like sleepwalkers through eight years of the Eisenhower administration.
I haven’t yet read Alan Greenspan’s new book, “The Map and the Territory,” but the reviews seems to suggest “nobody” saw the economic catastrophe of 2008 coming. My own observations tell me that most people are utterly bewildered at the slowness of...
Well, here we are again. The government is in a partial shutdown and the debt limit problem is pending. Held hostage are many federal employees, multiple government functions and having enough money to pay our debts. Republicans say they must...
As President Barack Obama steps up his declarations about the dire consequences of not raising the debt limit, an increasing number of Congressional Republicans have started to shift their focus from the economy to physics, disputing the importance...
From coast to coast and from mountains to bayous, we are more diverse as a people than any other country in the world. That is true in religion, in language, in politics and even in how we look.
Insulated opinions cause problems in any organization.If your belief about how you or your product is viewed is developed solely within the walls of your establishment, you are probably wrong.
For the first time in more than a year, House Speaker John A. Boehner expressed confidence that lawmakers will agree to a deficit-reduction deal and recalcitrant conservatives will be persuaded to raise the government’s borrowing limit – as long as...
Sept. 17 is Constitution Day, and it is fitting that once each year we set aside a day of commemoration for this one-of-a-kind document that changed the way countries and people are governed all around the globe.
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