13 October 2021

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Imagine a world with U.S.-China cooperation

Imagine a world with U.S.-China cooperation


My Opinion
Dr. Lawrence Wittner, Guest Writer On Sept. 10, 2021, during an important diplomatic meeting that occurred by telephone, U.S. President Jos...
06 October 2021

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Broadband Ready designation key to enhancing connectivity

Broadband Ready designation key to enhancing connectivity


My Opinion
Broadband has been a topic of great discussion over the last 18 months, and for good reason. Connectivity is ever important. From work and s...
29 September 2021

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What it means to be an American

What it means to be an American


I’ve been thinking a lot recently about what it means to be an American, to have a shared stake in this country and its fortunes. In some ways, I su...
22 September 2021

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There’s still work to do

There’s still work to do


As the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks approached, I thought a lot about the 9/11 Commission, which I co-chaired with former New Jersey Gov. ...
15 September 2021

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Lessons from 9/11 that Congress could learn

Lessons from 9/11 that Congress could learn


Most Americans alive 20 years ago remember where they were on Sept. 11, 2001. They remember the airplane hijackings, the attacks and the collapse of t...
08 September 2021

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Sept. 11 — Day of warning

Sept. 11 — Day of warning


Sept . 11 is approaching, the 20th anniversary of the most startling event in the lifetime of most adults. The notorious Muslim suicide terror attack of Sept. 11, 2001, killed nearly 3,000 Americans and horrified the world.
01 September 2021

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Last year’s recession to hit local governments in 2022

Last year’s recession to hit local governments in 2022


My Opinion
The National Bureau of Economic Research is our quasi-official umpire of recessions and expansions.
25 August 2021

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Diversity? Plato has a few questions

Diversity? Plato has a few questions


Richard McGowan, Ph.D., Guest Writer Plato’s dialogue “Meno” begins abruptly. Meno asks Socrates, “Can ethics be taught?” I followed Pla...
18 August 2021

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The Afghanistan debacle

The Afghanistan debacle


Over a nearly 20-year period, the war in Afghanistan is estimated to have cost about $2.2 trillion and resulted in more than 240,000 deaths, military and civilian, on all sides.
11 August 2021

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Is a united world possible?

Is a united world possible?


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Robert Koehler, Guest Writer What if ... ? I get lost — tangled in doubt and cynicism — when I try to pose the question in a more sp...