While news stories about extremism and terrorism abound — infiltration, online radicalization, lone wolf attacks, etc. — these are the symptoms. The real question is, how do we address the disease of terrorism itself?
The answer to that question has seen little public attention. In … Read More
Over the last several years, I have usually talked about Lincoln on Presidents’ Day. So, here’s to little equal time to our nation’s first president, George Washington.
Courtesy Dan Piraro – Bizarro.com
It’s interesting to note that unlike others running for office, Washington never went … Read More
Heroes are hard to come by. With the death of Lt. General Hal Moore last Friday, the loss is particularly acute given his extraordinary leadership skills.
There are two types of heroes, those who demonstrate physical courage in the face of extreme danger, and those … Read More
From time to time I receive private e-mails from readers who wish to offer opinions without posting them directly to a story. Recently, I was asked why so many of my commentaries over the past year have veered from ethics into politics.
The simple reality … Read More
While President Trump’s Executive Order imposing a temporary travel ban may be decided by the Supreme Court, one argument that might be used to defend the president’s action may come from a portion of a 1944 decision.
Not long after the Japanese Attack on Pearl … Read More
Since President Trump signed an executive order (Jan. 27), temporarily banning all travel from seven countries and suspending immigration of refugees from Syria to the U.S., much has happened in one week.
Iraq, Syria, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen: “These countries,” the BBC News … Read More
On Friday (Jan. 27), President Trump followed through on one of his signature campaign promises.
One year ago, this month (Jan. 20), I wrote about candidate Trump’s planned Muslim ban (Fact-Checking a Reader, which has elicited additional response since Friday). Here’s what Trump … Read More