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Veterans who have borne the battle suffer the peace in isolation

For those who serve in the military, that is the ultimate bonding time: Camaraderie beyond imagining and sharing beyond compare. Laughing, fearing, hurting, hoping, and, sometimes, dying together. A time when the future is just a day ahead, a command away and, if in combat, a time when death ...

China is the antithesis to ESG love affair

The pushback against Environmental, Social and Governance has begun. It’s coming from market influencers like Vivek Ramaswamy, cultural influencers like Dilbert creator Scott Adams lambasting it in his (banned) comic strips, and 19 Republican governors going after the banks that push it. ...

My father, a Vietnam veteran, embodied leadership

It was 1998—the year I turned 21 years old and close to the exact moment the ship I was deployed on entered the waters of the Persian Gulf. At the time, it was the most significant military build-up in U.S. history since Desert Storm. My mission was to lead a group of Marines in recovering ...

HOLY COW! HISTORY: America’s biggest lottery scandal

It had been building for weeks. Americans could talk about little else, the tension and anxiety growing daily as the stakes climbed ever higher. The answer finally came on Nov. 8 and the country heaved a huge sigh of relief, glad that it was finally over. One lucky person in California had ...

It’s (still) the economy, stupid

Current election cycles are feeling more and more like professional sporting events. We make predictions, compare statistics, listen to pundits, and love to “Monday morning quarterback” the results. Everyone has an opinion on what campaigns could have and should have done better and why the ...