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Commentary & Opinion
April 12, 2017 Earth Day in the Age of TrumpSource: The New Yorker
Next week, millions of Americans will celebrate Earth Day, even though, three months into Donald Trump’s Presidency, there sure isn’t much to celebrate.
Source: US News
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon on Tuesday praised the U.S. as "truly an exceptional country" but noted its slow rate of economic growth in recent years makes it clear "that something is wrong – and it's holding us back."
April 5, 2017 Trump’s Budget Speaks VolumesSource: Larry Checco, featured commentator
There’s a saying in Washington, DC, that goes: Show me your budget and I’ll tell you your values.
Source: Military Tech
Washington, DC—The American Health Care Act, the healthcare reconciliation legislation recently released in the U.S. House of Representatives, is a critical first step toward implementing patient-centered solutions and rescuing...
March 6, 2017 Dangerous Antics – Fiddling with the Future of US EPA and the Health and Safety of the American PeopleSource: Hank Boerner – Chair & Chief Strategist, G&A Institute
The Trump Administration – Making moves now on the US EPA to destroy its effectiveness through budget cuts and ideological attacks on its missions.
Source: The Hill
The cybersecurity EO is a well thought out and reasonable step forward. It deserves to get the president’s priority attention and signature. And unless the final version takes account of our need to grow both the cyber workforce...
February 13, 2017 Food waste is a scandal, but to blame it on millennials is nonsenseSource: The Guardian
But the real deciding factors in whether or not people waste food aren’t to do with age or social media: they’re about income, local amenities, shift patterns, if you were ever taught to cook and how much you care about the...
February 8, 2017 The New Era of Bread and CircusesSource: Larry Checco, featured commentator
Emperor Augustus knew well that the best way to keep Rome’s struggling working class—then referred to as plebs or plebeians—from rioting in the streets was to keep them nominally well fed...and distracted.
Source: Washington Post
You write in your latest book that part of an executive’s job is to make tough calls and resolve grey area problems, situations where the analysis, facts and data fail to provide a clear answer. You suggest asking five basic...
February 1, 2017 Commentary: Keystone XL, Dakota Access pipelines: Good for the environment and the U.S.Source: Chicago Tribune
The Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines now appear to be back on track and headed for fast review and apparent approval, after having been rejected by the Obama administration. While these pipelines have been controversial,...
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