Published April 23, 2013
As commentators and historians hash over the big decisions, successes and mistakes of George W. Bush's eight years in office, here’s my personal take on what President Bush means to me.
Published April 22, 2013
No group, whether it's Republican, Democrat, religious, libertarian, or independent should have to adopt the government’s ideology as a condition of accepting federal funds.
Published December 29, 2012
It's a new year and your career would benefit from New Year's resolutions, too. Here are five things you can do that will contribute to your personal and career growth in 2013:
Published May 21, 2012
Commencement addresses provide forums for reflection on present accomplishments and encouragements for the future. And even if some of the guidance sounds like the same old stuff drudged up every year, there’s still room for inspiration in being told to “follow your dreams!”
Published March 09, 2012
Microsoft founder Bill Gates believes that by making sure private sector, non-profit models are partnered with the federal government it will keep making foreign aid programs more effective.With a clearly explained mission and strategy, we can and should be smarter about the aid we send worldwide.
Published September 07, 2011
It’s tempting for some conservatives to think that the piling on Mr. Obama by columnists on the left is the beginning of the end for the president. But I'm wary of that kind of thinking.
Published July 08, 2011
On July 9, after decades of civil war and an uneasy five-year truce with their northern neighbors, the South Sudanese will become masters of their own destiny.
Published June 17, 2011
I hope you will be inspired by the story of Nebraska's Liberty Lunch, a grassroots group which started as an experiment among girlfriends over lunch and has turned into a political force of nature.
Published June 03, 2011
Who, really, is doing their party a disservice—the Republicans, or the Democrats? Ryan’s budget is helping people accept reality—that cold, sinking feeling they’ve had about the economy.
Published May 19, 2011
The administration is about to put its heavy thumb on the scale that determines who gets federal contracts – and who doesn’t – based on organizations the applicant and the company’s officers have given money to in the past, even in their personal capacity.