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Tag Archives: Leadership
Swords into Ploughshares
Yesterday, American officials and their Russian counterparts marked the end of the Megatons to Megawatts program with the last shipment of Low Enriched Uranium (LEU) from Russia to the United States.
The Most Important Foreign Policy “Secret” of All
Earlier this week North Korea threatened to break the 1953 ceasefire with South Korea, citing the probability of new international sanctions and U.S.-South Korean military exercises scheduled for later this month and next.
The Road Ahead
The sun rises slowly in southern Pennsylvania, ushering in a day full of promise and potential.
The Vision Our Country Needs Now
When I was a young adult, people used to joke that if the political situation got any worse they would simply move to Australia.
“God Help This Country…”: Defense Strategy & Romney’s Military Spending Plan
Mitt Romney won’t release most of his tax returns. Nor will he give voters specifics on how he plans to make his tax cutting plan “revenue neutral.”
“Corrective Action” and the Public Trust
Evolutionary political change has affected our system in ways that no one could have predicted.
Mitt Romney and the Challenge of Turning “You” Into “Us”
By now much has been written on presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s gaffe about the 47% of Americans who believe themselves to be “victims” and who supposedly don’t pay taxes.