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United States Elections: The Risk of Copying Europe

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9 months

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Most of us here in the U.S. are waiting with bated breath for the results of next week’s enormously consequential presidential election.

10 months

Politics and Attitudes Toward Vaccination

For many people, their willing to be vaccinated apparently varies with whether they are a supporter of the president.

2 years

Major Election Year Opportunity

This isn’t just the start of a new year; this is the beginning of a new decade. With that, amazing new opportunities will present themselves for you and your organization.

2 years

Steve Jobs'​ Legacy Is Our Modern Technological Revolution

It has been 8 years since Steve Jobs passed away on October 5th, 2011, from pancreatic cancer. 

2 years

Military Service Has Taught Me Gratitude

I spent this past Independence Day in Washington, D.C. celebrating our country's founding in our nation's capital as I have for almost a decade straight. However this time it was different, as I now am a uniformed officer of our nation's armed services - and with that came a fundamentally different feel for what this holiday meant holiday as well as reflections on our modern economy, work world, millennial life, and more.

2 years

The Death of the Two-Party System

If anyone had been asked five years ago to predict when the two-party system in the UK would end and what the catalyst would be it is doubtful that any serious analyst would have said 2019 and Brexit or whatever it would have been called back, then.