The Presidential Leadership Scholars Program was announced at the George W. Bush Presidential Center on Monday, September 9 by former presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton.
On March 30, 1981, I was 9 years old sitting in class when my third grade teacher announced that the fortieth president of the United States, Ronald Reagan, had been shot.
No one in Hollywood would write this screenplay – unless it was a tragicomedy that ends with the candidate realizing the error of his ways and fleeing to the nurturing embrace...
All right, young folks, it's time for your annual five quick mentoring tips from someone who cares about your career: me!
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
HHS Secretary Sebelius will submit to questioning from members of Congress this week. This is a critical opportunity to get to the bottom of the ObamaCare roll out fiasco and...
For years I've admired Charles Krauthammer. In the old days, when I jumped out of bed to get my copy of the Washington Post, I would immediately skip ahead to his column.
For President Obama to have any hopes of getting the votes he needs in Congress for a Syria strike, and winning in the court of public opinion, he must change the way he's...
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...
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.
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: