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March 21, 2023

Evaluating the Character of Our Presidential Candidates

Now that we have entered the stage of the 2024 U.S. Presidential election where Donald Trump and Nicky Haley as well as Marianne Williamson and Vivek Ramaswamy have announced their participation, it is not too…

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March 5, 2023

Virginia Democrats Should Avoid Bans on Gas Powered Cars and Trucks 

Over the next few weeks, lawmakers in Richmond, may consider legislation about the Commonwealth’s future commitment to electric vehicles, or EVs. Last month, the Democratically controlled Virginia Senate rejected several Republican bills that would completely…

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March 5, 2023

Our Country’s Deepest Bigotry Is Not What You Might Think

Historian Arthur Schlesinger Sr. called it “the deepest-held bias in the history of the American people.” It’s not racism or anti-Semitism. It’s anti-Catholicism.  You’d think having a president who identifies as Catholic would help matters….

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February 16, 2023

The Biden Administration Should Tread More Carefully with Russia

Since Russia invaded Ukraine, I must admit to being utterly perplexed by calls from those on the left and right calling for our country’s increased involvement in Ukraine. We disagree on just about everything else…

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February 14, 2023

The Inflation Reduction Act Has a Fatal Flaw

American biopharma companies consistently bring to market the vast majority all new transformative medical therapies. The precision of these lifesaving medicines is an often-overlooked achievement of modern science. This sophistication comes at a huge economic…

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February 8, 2023

Could Digital Threats Keep Dems Out of Power in 2024?

The Intercept, the progressive newspaper, is reporting that two digitally-focused companies at the forefront of Democratic campaigns, known as NGP VAN and EveryAction, have been taken over by a British private equity firm and are laying off…

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February 6, 2023

Are Machines Becoming More Like Us? Or Are We Becoming More Like Them?

I was out walking when my husband texted me with exciting news that clearly couldn’t wait till I got home: a prediction that mangoes, which sadly do not grow in our home state, would be…

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January 16, 2023

What Effect Will Rising Interest Rates Have on New York, and Others?

Last month, Governor Kathy Hochul and Mayor Eric Adams, both first-term Democrats in New York, made a joint appearance in Manhattan to announce a 40-point revitalization plan for a “New” New York. In the wake…

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January 12, 2023

Personalized Medicine is not a Panacea for America

The genius of Henry Ford was in his perfection of mass production.  Ford’s assembly lines produced a oodles of Model T, with economies of scale, so that the cost of each car fell to a point that…

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January 11, 2023

Software Now Drives the Electric Vehicle Charging Market

Electric Vehicle (EV) adoption is outperforming all expectations, and is now expected to represent over half of US vehicle sales by 2030: Source: InsideEvs The ‘key link’ to mass adoption is now software, not hardware or…

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January 10, 2023

The Value of School Choice (For Education Equity) from a Black Male Educator Perspective

Reflecting on my experiences as a domestic and international student, I can’t help but think of how I felt cheated by the inequities of my public school education. For too long, the American Education system…