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11/15/2017 Published on Forbes.com
In recent weeks, just a month away from Alabama’s December special election, five women, some who were under 18 at the time, have accused Republican nominee Roy Moore of sexual assault.
For reasons that are painfully unclear, Roy Moore is… Continue reading →
09/08/2017 Published on Forbes.com
As a centrist and somebody who believes in bipartisan, and sometimes nonpartisan, coalitions, I have to take my hat off to the President for beginning what I hope is a long-lasting effort to promote bipartisan governing.
In the early days… Continue reading →
11/17/2016 Published on Forbes.com
11/15/2016 Published on Forbes.com
10/31/2016 Published on Forbes.com
“I am deeply concerned that we will have a constitutional crisis if she’s elected. I want to learn more this week, see what we see, but as of today, I am not a supporter of the Secretary of State for…
10/27/2016 Published on Forbes.com
10/19/2016 Published on Forbes.com
Before the first debate the New York Times published Donald Trump’s tax returns from 1995 showing close to a billion- dollar loss. Before the second debate the Washington Post released audio of a private conversation between Trump and former Access…
10/15/2016 Published on Forbes.com
We’re less than four weeks away from election night, and all signs are pointing to a win for Hillary Clinton. The RealClearPolitics polling average have Clinton up by 5.3 points in the 4-way election, and ahead by 6.7 in the…
10/12/2016 Published on Forbes.com
We finally heard Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump discuss health care face-to-face at the second presidential debate Sunday night. While they are offering vastly different plans, one thing is clear: keeping costs down is the top priority for both.
10/09/2016 Published on Forbes.com