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If we don’t act, someday soon we might find ourselves ordering our next aircraft carrier from Beijing.
There is a fundamental contradiction in treating students as consumers.
The influx of new students in the 1940s and ’50s helped create today’s higher education-industrial complex.
A recent survey paints a picture of America as a country undergoing significant and rapid change.
Whether its action is a game changer or not remains to be seen.
Despite what some presidential candidates say, socialism is the road to ruination.
Without feeling needed, our lives lose purpose – a petri dish for antisocial behavior.
A good first step toward fixing it would be to demand truth from politicians, businesses and the media.
The report is a good first step toward understanding automation’s impact on the economy.
Can we control artificial intelligence’s potential for disrupting markets? Time will tell.
Bad habits like focusing on short-term profits over long-term growth are very difficult to change.
Our first president set standards for integrity, dedication and skill that endure today.
We need to define what we want and expect from high school graduates.
Leftist politicians have embraced “Modern Monetary Theory,” an alluring but dangerous new concept.
But can we find somebody we can all trust, an Eliot Ness of bipartisanship?
If these robotic systems are controlled by despotic governments, we’ll be in trouble.
Billionaire Robert F. Smith’s gift was marvelous, but generosity and new taxes aren’t the solution.
Businesses that adopt this avoidance policy deprive themselves of valuable information.
The writings and wisdom of great minds of the past change people and lives today.
A new essay, “Socialism Is Not a Scary Word,” is long on sarcasm and low on reasoned argument.