Online schooling is the bad idea that refuses to die
Schools should now be focusing on creative ways to fill classrooms, socialize kids and convey the joy of collaborative learning — not on providing opportunities to stay home.
Biden’s Mideast trip was promising in context
President Joe Biden’s trip to Israel and Saudi Arabia highlights the stark contrasts between two very different, very important nations in the Mideast
The strong dollar is a vote of confidence in America
The U.S. economy, and U.S. soft power, are far more robust than many critics would care to admit.
Permanent change of station or military exercise?
With “less than one-half of 1% of the U.S. population” volunteering to serve as active-duty service members and protect their country, it should be a small price to pay to provide those service members and their immediate families with quality travel to international duty stations.
Beijing’s military experts are putting a microscope on how the Russian military subdued the Ukrainian ‘fortress’ of Mariupol
Taiwan is a highly urbanized environment with three cities over 1 million and a higher population density than Japan or even South Korea. No wonder Beijing strategists have been prioritizing the study of urban warfare tactics for some time.
Democrats are scapegoating Biden for their own misjudgments
Yes, President Biden is a problem for the Democrats. But they’re a bigger problem for him.
On National Hire a Veteran Day and every day, vets have all the tools to succeed in civilian life
If I could offer any advice on National Hire a Veteran Day, July 25, I would tell transitioning military personnel that the best way to figure out what’s next is to rely on the values that got them to where they are today.
Florida saved my veteran-owned business. Will California do the same?
The solar industry employs 20,000 veterans nationwide. That’s about 9% of the solar workforce, substantially higher than the 6% of veterans employed economy-wide. When utility companies push for fixed monthly fees for rooftop solar customers and a reduction in solar credit, it can be costly for everyone.
Moral injury and moral recovery: Military leadership’s role in healing the wounds of the Afghanistan withdrawal
Since that tragic two-week ordeal, many servicemembers have struggled with or are just coming to terms with the “moral injuries” they experienced -- invisible wounds that only grow deeper as time moves on and leadership fails to acknowledge their grief.
Biden should call off Iran nuclear talks
The president can use this week’s Mideast trip to signal that the U.S. won’t tolerate Tehran’s menacing activities.