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World War


April 2, 2019

General Robert Kehler, head of the U.S. Air Force Space Command, was one of the brightest and most engaging of our national leaders. Under his command was a unit devoted to cybersecurity, a relatively new mission at the Space Command’s headquarters. He told the airmen in that unit, “When you log on each day, you […]


The Right to Object


April 1, 2019

In the United States House of Representatives, much of what takes place does not require a vote. That fact may surprise people who believe the House votes on everything imaginable. But in reality much of the work of legislating involves the use of a procedure called unanimous consent. Unanimous consent requests constitute a considerable part […]


An Opportunity Agenda


March 31, 2019

When our forefathers confronted revolutionary times, they created a system of governance that began with individuals rights and responsibilities. They structured government around individual worth and dignity. They distrusted the easy use of power and designed systems to assure appropriate checks and balances. In our revolutionary times, the concepts that inspired our forefathers are still […]


Interesting Times


March 30, 2019

Reserving the right to object, I think we fail to recognize the level of challenge we face in the outset of the 21st Century. We live in interesting times and we must be willing to look at new ways of addressing the challenges before us if we are to continue to lead. There are lessons […]


New Day in Space


March 28, 2019

NASA made history and created a lasting reputation for technology development by landing Americans on the moon 50 years ago. The last astronauts to visit the moon occurred three years later.  We have been stuck in low earth orbit ever since. That fact of leaving the moon and not going back does not mean we […]


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