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10/21/2014 Published on Forbes.com
Every election season in recent political history has brought about its fair share of surprises. 2014 is no exception.
Earlier this year, we saw House Majority Leader Eric Cantor lose to Tea Party backed challenger Dave Brat. In the Kansas… Continue reading →
10/07/2014 Published on Forbes.com
We’ve all been affected by cancer. Whether we’ve had it ourselves or know someone who had it or is battling it currently, cancer has touched our lives in profound ways.
According to the American Cancer Society American Cancer Society, nearly… Continue reading →
10/02/2014 Published on Forbes.com
It seemed like it was too good to be true from the start.
Just a few weeks ago, during talks in Belarus, the Ukrainian government and pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine agreed to a ceasefire and a buffer zone.
The… Continue reading →
09/11/2014 Published on Forbes.com
While President Obama weathered a storm of criticism for expressing just six days ago that the US “doesn’t have a strategy”, on the eve of the 13th anniversary of 9/11 he told Americans not only what our clear objective was… Continue reading →
09/05/2014 Published on Forbes.com
Americans have long known that our healthcare system is rigged against the consumer. The horror stories of people living in debt for the rest of their lives because of an accident or illness have become so commonplace that many have… Continue reading →
07/29/2014 Published on Forbes.com
Brace yourself European companies – you may be taking a hit.
Twenty-eight European national ambassadors met this morning in Brussels to discuss the harshest sanctions yet aimed at the Kremlin.
The European Union—Russia’s largest trading partner—is expected to move as… Continue reading →
07/21/2014 Published on Forbes.com
Thursday July 17 will go down in history as one of terrible tragedy.
The crash of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 after a BUK missile launcher struck it over Ukraine took the lives of 298 innocent people.
All the evidence available… Continue reading →
07/04/2014 Published on Forbes.com
It might just be.
There is a strong argument to be made that today looks much like it did three years ago when I studied the Occupy Wall Street movement.
Americans are still dissatisfied, disaffected and discontent with the government… Continue reading →
06/13/2014 Published on Forbes.com
It’s a bad week to be outgoing House Majority Leader Eric Cantor.
His 13-year run as Virginia’s 13th district representative came to a shocking end when he lost to Tea Party challenger Dave Brat Tuesday night. I’ve heard that internal… Continue reading →
06/03/2014 Published on Forbes.com
Monday’s attack on a Ukrainian border guard post by hundreds of pro-Russia rebels is the latest evidence that the situation in eastern Ukraine remains dire and extremely volatile.
The democratic election of Petro Poroshenko is a good sign that Ukraine… Continue reading →