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03/20/2019 Published on Forbes.com
Last week, the citizens of Venezuela faced a week-long blackout, disrupting access to communications, an almost valueless currency, and basic drinking water. Even though electricity is now restored, it is now clearer than ever that the Maduro regime must be… Continue reading →
01/24/2019 Published on Forbes.com
Sunday marks the 74th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau – a day when communities around the world will take a moment of silence to remember the genocide of 6 million Jews at the hands of Adolf Hitler and the… Continue reading →
08/17/2018 Published on Forbes.com
On July 25th a group of House Democrats led by Texas Representative Lloyd Doggett introduced legislation with the expressed aim of “authoriz[ing] the use of competition to lower prices” on prescription drugs.
It’s a laudable, if not somewhat broad, goal… Continue reading →
02/02/2018 Published on Forbes.com
As we approach the 2018 midterm elections, health care will surely be one of the most important, discussed issues during the campaign cycle.
While leaders from both parties will debate the necessary reforms, both sides must agree that one program… Continue reading →
11/21/2017 Published on Forbes.com
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 →
11/13/2017 Published on Forbes.com
On President Trump’s Asia trip this past week, it was reported that he initially planned to meet with President Vladimir Putin. Although a formal meeting never occurred, a brief exchange between the two world leaders shed light on some worrisome… Continue reading →
09/26/2017 Published on Forbes.com
Senate Republicans have now decided that their latest Republican proposal to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act will not come to a vote prior to the September 30th budget reconciliation deadline.
The bill was designed to eliminate the individual… 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 →
08/18/2017 Published on Forbes.com
This afternoon, the White House announced that today will be chief strategist and senior adviser Steve Bannon’s final day on the job.
This hardly comes as a surprise to me and frankly, is a wise move by President Trump.
However,… Continue reading →