(FOX) – ‘My view is that it’s more likely that this came from the laboratory than it came from nature’
(MSN) – Osterholm said there is still lot of work to do in order to safely get vaccines in many parts of the population.
(The Late Show with Stephen Colbert) – Watch as Dr. Gupta reflects on the last 15 months of the pandemic and what we have to look forward to in the future.
(FOX) – Redfield argued COVID-19’s efficient human-to-human spread contradicted behavior of other deadly coronaviruses with similar profiles.
(GZERO) – The US showed leadership at the G7, with alignment to counter China’s Belt and Road.
(GZERO) – Exiled opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya expresses deep hopes and fears for Belarus.
(GZERO) – Are the European Union’s sanctions against Belarus effective?
(Gingrich 360) – This two-year mission led Biggio on a journey across the United States.
(FOX) – Historian notes the increasing belief in a static ‘science’ as ‘magical thinking.’
(New York Times) – Some in the field are discussing other methods of testing to track outbreaks, including examining wastewater for signs that infections might be present in a community.
(CBS) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb says there’s a risk of new outbreaks from the Delta coronavirus variant heading into the fall.
(Daily News) – Unvaccinated players are required to wear masks in team facilities. Vaccinated players no longer have to.
(NewsNation USA) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb told CNBC on Wednesday he believes enough Americans are fully vaccinated to delay the risk presented by the Delta Covid variant.
(Spiked) – Niall Ferguson on the history of human catastrophe.
(CNBC) – There have been a higher-than-expected number of cases of heart inflammation in 16- to 24-year-olds after receiving their second dose of Pfizer’s or Moderna’s Covid-19 vaccines.
(CNBC) – Former FDA commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb joins ‘Closing Bell’ to discuss the two positive Covid cases on a Royal Caribbean ship.
(Maryland.gov) – Governor Larry Hogan today toured the site of the future Novavax headquarters in Gaithersburg.
(The Athletic) – The NFL Players Association is encouraging union members to get vaccinated for COVID-19.
(Financial Advisor) – If you want to build new brain cells, do things in a completely different manner from normal.
(FOX) – Former acting White House Chief of Staff and former OMB Director Mick Mulvaney breaks down what the Biden budget says about this administration’s priorities.
(CNN) – It’s been a traumatic year for us all, and some of us might take longer than others to get to where they feel safe enough to go mask-free.
(GZERO) – “It’s time to not just move on, but rather think carefully about pre-empting future pandemics by bolstering health security.”
(CNBC) – Gottlieb, who led the FDA from 2017 to 2019 in the Trump administration, said more clarity on timing could arrive in the coming months.
(Business Day) – Despite president’s pledges economic growth remains low and unemployment high.
(Texas GOP) – “I now prepare to meet the constant pressure of the progressive socialist left with a resolute pressure of a constitutional conservative.”
(Des Moines Register) – Former Vice President Mike Pence, a frequent Iowa visitor during President Donald Trump’s term, will return to Des Moines this summer.
(MSNBC) – Dr. Michael Osterholm discusses the rise in covid cases in the UK caused by the spread of the Delta variant.
(FOX) – Latest developments, buzz, and speculation in the next race for the White House.
(CBS) – The following is a transcript of an interview with former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb that aired Sunday, June 6, 2021, on “Face the Nation.”
(CBS) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb said officials need to take a “broader view” when assessing the origins of the coronavirus, and defended Dr. Anthony Fauci from criticism over his early handling of the pandemic.
(Bloomberg) – Latin American leaders on the right and left have not fared well against Covid. In other ways, too, the U.S. is increasingly resembling its neighbors to the south.
(Gingrich 360) – After years of preparation, practice and training, the Allies had come to break German power in Europe.
(Health Leaders Media) – Seema Verma shares what drives her to work in healthcare policy, her goals while serving on the board of directors for both Lumeris and Monogram Health, her thoughts on the Biden Administration, and advice for future leaders.
(GZERO) – Is Netanyahu’s time as Israel’s prime minister about to end?
(India West) – After decades of photographing rock stars, movie stars and heads of state, Annie Leibovitz has added a business leader to her portfolio: Former PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi.
(Yahoo!) – While a 50th birthday party can be fun, imagine the bash you’ll have when you turn 100.
(Yahoo!) – A Collaborative Musical and Cinematic Celebration of Antarctica’s Vulnerable Beauty
(MSNBC) – While there are varying reasons why some Americans are hesitant to get the covid vaccine, Dr. Michael Osterholm explains why he is optimistic that more vaccine skeptics will change their minds.
(FOX) – Former Speaker of the House says every nation should increase their tariffs on China on Fox News Primetime.
(UnHerd) – Instagram activists have turned false narratives into deadly fantasies.
(GZERO) – “I want to do a quick take today on China, because you will have seen that the two-child policy has now gone the way of the one child policy.”
(People) – Pete Frates is credited with co-creating the viral Ice Bucket Challenge to raise awareness about ALS.
(MSNBC) – Former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb joins Morning Joe to discuss where the U.S. is in the fight against the coronavirus and the seeming return of a regular summer.
(Vulture) – After 14 months and over 300 episodes, Coronavirus: Fact vs Fiction — still said to be CNN’s best-performing podcast in terms of downloads — was converted into a new show called Chasing Life in early May.
(CNN) – CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta breaks down the technology that allowed for rapid development of safe and effective mRNA Covid-19 vaccines.
(FOX) – “We need to also look at public health through the lens of national security.”
(Salem News) – The Red Sox are trying not only to raise ALS awareness, but also recognize the impact that the Frates family has had in bringing ALS to the forefront of people’s consciousness.
TORONTO, May 31, 2021 /CNW/ – André Picard, health reporter and columnist for The Globe and Mail, and Dr. Sanjay Gupta, chief medical correspondent for CNN, will be in back-to-back conversations in a special Tribute Talk presentation by The Canadian Journalism Foundation (CJF) on June 10 at 1 p.m. ET. The Canadian Journalism Foundation’s Tribute Talk features André Picard, health reporter and columnist for The Globe […]
(Foreign Investment) – “Failure to establish trust may jeopardize successful reviews of even the most benign of transactions.”
(CBS) – “If, in fact, the blood samples show that a high prevalence of people in that lab have been exposed to this virus, that’s pretty definitive proof that this coursed through that lab.”
(ECNS) – Deeming the China-U.S. relationship the most important in the world, the former U.S. Treasury Secretary stressed that it is in the interests of both countries that competition should be “as healthy as possible” without unnecessary confrontation.
(The Today Show) – Former FDA commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb joins Weekend TODAY to discuss the current situation and says he thinks it’s “very unlikely we’ll see a sharp rebound in the virus.”
(FOX) – Former acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney on what to expect from Biden’s proposed $6 trillion budget that Democrats claim will ‘reshape America.’
(FOX) – Biden to unveil $6 trillion budget plan.
(The Atlantic) – An overambitious faction of the activist left is standing in the way of voting-rights reform.
(CNBC) – Former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb joins ‘Closing Bell’ to discuss his thoughts on employers potentially requiring workers to be vaccinated under federal law.
(FOX) – The FOX News Rundown is a news-based daily morning podcast.
(The Atlantic) – If their thesis is right, it points to a course opposite what they propose.
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(CNBC) – Evidence that Covid-19 originally leaked from a Wuhan virology lab is growing, Dr. Scott Gottlieb told CNBC on Monday.
(WSJ) – This is a good time to start building up capacity to fight the next novel pathogen.
(FOX) – War without casualties (or limited casualties) – an idea that still attracts military thinkers today.
(Bloomberg) – Audrey Tang empowered Taiwan’s citizens. Dominic Cummings lost out to British bureaucracy.
(CBS) – “I think CDC is going to have to revise its guidance for summer camps because wearing a mask, you know, is difficult in the summertime when it’s hot.”
(Global Investor) – Post-BREXIT economic activity across the “new” single market of England, Scotland, and Wales–Great Britain–is no longer subject to EU competition policy strictures enforced by the European Commission in Brussels.
As an internationally recognized, award-winning media personality, it’s no surprise that Montel Williams delivers an electrifying experience to audiences. Utilizing his signature style of vulnerable storytelling, Williams captivates viewers while uncovering his life experiences as a decorated former naval officer, beloved talk show host, and best-selling author.
(The Atlantic) – Some are trying to turn the lab-leak theory into a potent political weapon.
(Foreign Affairs) – Hypervigilance Beats Preparation for Unpredictable Crises
(National Review) – In the Middle East, he has replaced strength with weakness, moral clarity with confusion, and loyalty with betrayal.
(FOX) – Trump-Pence admin proved low taxes are key to creating prosperity for all Americans.
(New York Times) – The C.D.C.’s updated masking guidelines are adding to the confusion about who should cover up, and when.
Dr. Julie Gerberding analyzes health risks and their related social and economic consequences and defines the necessary strategies and steps to assure we not only have the resilience to address urgent crises, but also the investments necessary to improve our overall health and wellness.
(CBS) – Josh Linkner, tech entrepreneur and best selling author, appears on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters.”
(GruntStuff) – The potential outbreak might imply implementing powerful lockdown measures once more, Osterholm mentioned.
(WSJ) – Many unvaccinated Americans aren’t ‘antivaxxers,’ but need incentive and information.
(USA Today) – It’s outrageous that in the 21st century, AAPI people and others live in fear because they look like their ancestors didn’t arrive on the Mayflower.
(CNN) – CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta discusses the CDC’s announcement that fully vaccinated people go can without masks indoors and outdoors.
(CNN) – Gupta said the CDC “made a critical error here in surprising basically everyone with a very significant change.”
(Gingrich 360) – In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic as the United States rapidly distributed emergency loans as part of the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) to help struggling businesses, Chinese Communist Party (CCP) dictatorship saw an opportunity for American money and took it.
(The Interview with Hugh Hewitt) – Niall Ferguson joins.
(FOX) – ‘We’re moving into uncharted territory,’ the former acting chief of staff said.
(The Rob Snow Show) – On Today’s show: Dr. Harry G. Broadman – Chair in Emerging Markets.
(UnHerd) – Hostile and polarised, today’s America reminds me of my Somalian clan
(Washington Post) – President Biden could help restore America’s infrastructure, fiscal strength and leadership at a time when all are sorely needed.
(CNBC) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb joined “Squawk Box” to discuss his thoughts on the quickly-changing federal guidance on coronavirus restrictions.
(Bloomberg) – A major lesson of Covid-19 is that there is no distinction between natural and man-made catastrophes.
(CNN) – Science tells us we may go maskless more frequently and see each other’s faces again for the first time in over a year.
(WSJ) – The solution is to ease restrictions on exporting shots and build more production capacity.
(Gingrich 360) – We need more politicians to think like ranchers and business owners, not like politicians.
(The Spectator) – If China ends up winning the Second Cold War, historians … may well conclude that its victory began when Americans decided to imitate not just OBOR and CBDC but the Cultural Revolution itself.
(Gingrich 360) – If the Facebook oligarchs can silence someone who served as President of the United States and received nearly 75 million votes, then they can silence anyone.
(Bulwark) – David Frum joins Bulwark podcast.
(Katie Couric) – Dr. Sanjay Gupta discusses the COVID crisis in India.
(CNBC) – Scott Gottlieb, former FDA commissioner, joins ‘Closing Bell’ to discuss the coronavirus pandemic as the economic reopens and more Americans get vaccinated.
(CNN Newswire) – A review of the Army’s grooming policy was ordered last year by then-acting Secretary of Defense Mark Esper in an effort to address race and inequality in the military.
(ABC) – Former Facebook public policy director Katie Harbath, a Green Bay native, discusses the move by some states to penalize social media companies.
Katie Harbath is a global leader at the intersection of elections, democracy, civic engagement, and technology. Her unique expertise stems from her decade-long position as a public policy director at Facebook, where she is credited with assembling and leading a global team responsible for managing elections, amongst other accomplishments. Katie’s teams continue to empower governments […]
(theScore) – The NFLPA said it will continue to support each player as they choose to stay away from team facilities for voluntary offseason work.
(Irish Times) – A new book by Josh Linkner argues that it’s the little ideas that can yield big rewards.
(CNBC) – Gottlieb explained that the overall outlook for vaccinations in the U.S. “looks very good.”
(CNN) – Katie Harbath says the Oversight Board wants to give Facebook six months to review its decision on Trump to see “how the political climate continues to evolve.”
(NewsNation) – Facebook oversight board upholds Trump’s social media ban but must review the penalty
(CNBC) – The U.S., Canada and U.K. are among some of the high-income countries actively blocking a patent-waiver proposal designed to boost the global production of Covid-19 vaccines.
(CNBC) – President Joe Biden on Tuesday announced his administration’s latest goals in the fight against the coronavirus.
(CNBC) – Niall Ferguson joined “Squawk Box” on Wednesday to discuss the battle over taxes on Capitol Hill and how to break the gridlock.
(CNBC) – Marc Short, partner at the Coalition to Protect American Workers and former chief of staff to Vice President Mike Pence, joined “Squawk Box” on Tuesday.
(The Hill) – Facebook’s Oversight Board is set to decide whether or not former President Donald Trump should be let back on the platform after he was suspended in January.
(ABC) – For years, Republicans have accused social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter of censoring speech by members of their party.
(Bloomberg)- Democrats should take heed: Trump was right to use tariffs to reduce America’s reliance on imports, improve national security and protect American jobs.
(Associated Press) – Former Vice President Mike Pence is scheduled to visit New Hampshire in June, his first trip to the first-in-the nation presidential primary state since the 2020 general election campaign.
(USAMRDC News) – “The Spring Research Festival gives Scientists and Engineers a platform to showcase the hard work and ground-breaking research…”
(CNN) The Chasing Life podcast from Dr. Sanjay Gupta is coming soon.
(The Atlantic) – U.S. policy makers should look to the future with a little more confidence and a lot more trust in trade, markets, and the superior potential of a free people.
(WSJ) – Businesses should band together and formulate flexible guidance suitable to their own industries.
(CBS) – I’m hopeful that the FDA is going to authorize the Pfizer vaccine, the company I’m on the board of as applied for permission to start giving its vaccine to 12 to 15 year olds.
(FOX) – Fox Nation host says movement to defund police puts officers and communities at risk.
(Westport News) – “We have the winning agenda,” Pence said. “And now it’s incumbent upon us to take that winning agenda to the American people.”
(Gingrich 360) – The depth and seriousness of the reaction to big spending, big government liberalism was captured in the strong response of Senator Tim Scott’s rebuttal immediately after the Biden speech.
(The Economist Podcast) – Historian Niall Ferguson tells us presidents learn the wrong lessons from those who came before them.
(The Hill) – Former Vice President Pence on Thursday made his return to the public eye.
(The Atlantic) – Biden’s plan: Go big or go home.
(FOX) – Marc Short on Ingraham Angle
(Hoover Institution) – Discussing the present crisis at the southern border and what a 21st-century version of immigration reform should resemble.
(CNBC) – “The guidance that CDC put out, I think, is a step in the right direction, but it’s relatively confusing,” said Dr. Scott Gottlieb.
(Commentary Magazine) – In defending the rights of women, the Somali-born author has incurred the wrath of liberals
(CNBC) – Gottlieb discusses why he thinks it may be time to ease coronavirus safety restrictions as more people get vaccinated.
(Evening Standard) – From plagues and volcanic eruptions to the current Covid pandemic, mankind has always been faced with catastrophes.
(University of Wisconsin-Madison) – Katie shared her insights into the evolution of political media, and talked about her goals for her own DC-based company, Anchor Change.
(The Athletic) – It is telling how every year, college athletes across all sports are the ones who reveal the built-in layers of inequality, unfairness and ethical bankruptcy…
Avonhurst Senior Advisor Dr Pippa Malmgren says that the next 100 days is ‘T-time’ for business and the economy.
(WSJ) – The CDC is moving too slowly in updating its advice to comport with the scientific evidence.
(VOA) – “The science and technology agreements are far less powerful and comprehensive than the agreements on investment and trade.”
Dr. Laurence B. Mussio has spent his professional career studying and writing books about how big decision-making engines in finance, government, and technology shape and are shaped by the world around them. As CEO of his own consulting company, Signal Influence Executive Research and Communications (SIERC), he is also an active entrepreneur. The result of […]
Mick Mulvaney’s varied positions in Washington, D.C. over the last decade-plus have given him the ultimate insider’s insight to Capitol Hill and all it entails. With experience in both the Legislative and Executive branches, and as both an elected and Senate-confirmed Cabinet member, Mulvaney has unparalleled experience in policymaking, international relations, economic objectives, and politics. […]
(CNBC) – Gottlieb discusses what he expects when it comes to the spread of coronavirus as more businesses and employers are planning to reopen over the summer and into the fall.
(WSJ) – Clear lines of authority would make it easier to resolve the Johnson & Johnson complications.
(CNBC) – “I think we’re going to start to see the pandemic rollover in the United States in terms of the cases coming down,” said Dr. Scott Gottlieb.
(Bloomberg) – Take it from a Scot abroad: We don’t need another referendum.
(CNBC) – “We eradicate things where we have very high vaccination rates, and where the vaccine is a one-and-done vaccine where it’s fully protective for a long duration and for life,” said Dr. Scott Gottlieb.
(CNBC) – The Pfizer CEO said a third dose is likely and there may be an annual booster.
Alex Honnold is a professional rock climber whose audacious free-solo ascents of America’s biggest cliffs have made him one of the most recognized and followed climbers in the world. The pinnacle of his career and maybe also the sport of climbing, as captured in the Academy Award winning film, Free Solo, was his 2017 rope-less climb […]
Anand Shah, M.D. is a nationally recognized physician leader and health policy expert who most recently served as the Deputy Commissioner for Medical and Scientific Affairs at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. He provides insights on bringing new technologies to market, redesigning health care delivery and payment, and expanding competition and consumer choice. Dr. […]
(The Salt Lake Tribune) – Adviser to former President Donald Trump on the biggest geopolitical challenges facing the United States.
(Katie Couric) – This past (very long) year, Dr. Sanjay Gupta has been immersed in all things COVID-19, as CNN’s Chief Medical Correspondent reporting on the front lines of this novel virus.
(Digital Politics Radio) – Anchor Change is looking to solve issues at the intersection of democracy and technology.
(WWSG News) – We’re proud to welcome Robert C. O’Brien as our newest exclusive speaker.
(Liberty University) – Short also offered encouragement by noting that although President Trump and Pence did not share all the same ideas, Pence’s humble disposition and desire to serve contributed to the duo’s productivity while in office.
(FOX) – Former National Security Advisor discusses pulling troops from Afghanistan, Biden’s handling of Russia and China and Iran nuclear talks.
(Endpoints News) – FDA has to keep up with constantly evolving science, as well as the need to recruit and train people with highly specialized skills.
(The Atlantic) – Misperceptions and rage are blinding Republicans—and their voter-suppression measures may backfire.
(CNBC) – “The challenge with the question around these so-called vaccine passports is that people right now don’t own the information verifying that they’ve been vaccinated.”
(Monogram Health) – Policy leader joins Monogram to help accelerate transformation of care for kidney disease patients.
(Washington Examiner) – A former Centers for Disease Control and Prevention director is joining the team at Big Ass Fans, a company that claims to have a COVID-19-killing technology.
(CNN) – Every year, tens of thousands of Americans get sick from diseases that could be prevented by vaccines – some people are hospitalized, some even die. Immunization is our best protection against these diseases.
Secretary Slavonic’s decorated military career along with his other dynamic executive positions have uniquely offered him a wide and varied range of expertise, including intelligence-related military activity and high-level leadership in both public and private sectors. Slavonic has written four books. His upcoming title “Saddam Hussein: The Beginning of The End” shares an intimate, first-hand […]
(WLFITV) – Readers could soon add a few more books to their collection.
(ABC) – Former Vice President Mike Pence has a book deal.
(WWSG News) – WWSG is proud to announce Dr. Birx as our newest exclusive speaker.
(Washington Examiner) – It will seek to defend the Trump-Pence administration’s record while building what aides said would be a “winning formula for a broader coalition.”
(FOX) – Marc Short discusses the Biden administration’s policies and Pence’s new advocacy group.
(Washington Times) – Advancing American Freedom will help ensure that we continue to boldly forge a future of freedom for all the American people.
(FOX) – Former Pence chief of staff questions why U.S. would want to compete with socialist economies’ tax rates on ‘Kudlow.’
Ambassador Robert C. O’Brien served as the 28th United States National Security Advisor and is a highly regarded diplomat, having played an integral role in negotiating the Abraham Accords, representing the United States at the 60th UN General Assembly, and many other accomplishments. O’Brien’s expertise in the geopolitical atmosphere, American defense, the global economy, and […]
(CT News) – Despite worries that the country was heading for a fourth wave, Gottlieb said he believed the nation had crossed an “inflection point” and he expected spikes to be more isolated than in the past.
(CNBC) – CNBC’s “Squawk Box” team discusses the coronavirus pandemic and whether there’s another wave of variants with Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former FDA commissioner.
(CNBC) – A person who received a Covid shot should still wear a mask around an at-risk individual who hasn’t been vaccinated.
(The Hill) – Decline is a relative term, but clearly by a preponderance of measures America is declining while China is ascending.
(WSJ) – A drug that could prevent severe symptoms could help those who can’t or won’t get vaccinated.
(Bloomberg) – U.S. policy makers need to wake up to the potential of digital currency and electronic payments and the peril of allowing China to dominate them.
(The Dispatch) – Mick Mulvaney talks with Sarah and Steve about his life in politics.
(Hawaii Luxury) – Lady Carnarvon, resident of television’s beloved Downton Abbey, adds Hawaii’s Hoola Nã Pua to her fascinating repertoire.
(The Atlantic) – The GOP’s version of freedom puts greater priority on right-wing cultural folkways than on rights of property and ownership.
(Washington Post) – We have no choice but to pursue all possible theories and accept whatever truth the facts lead to.
(WWSG News) – WWSG is proud to announce Secretary Chao as our newest exclusive speaker.
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(CNBC Africa) – Broadman answers the question, “How Can EAC Countries Attract More Foreign Direct Investment to Aid Recovery from COVID19?”
(Yahoo!) – What can you do if you’ve received the COVID-19 vaccine, but your kids haven’t?
(FOX) – The Coalition to Protect American Workers officially launched its website Tuesday and is designed to fight back against proposed tax increases on businesses.
Dr. Deborah Birx is an American physician, diplomat, and leading medical expert known for gracefully navigating complex global health issues with a scientific and data-driven approach. Her unique experiences researching and managing programs aimed at finding successful therapeutics for HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, and COVID-19 inform her powerful speeches.
(CBS) – Gottlieb says vaccines should provide “pretty big backstop” against new virus surge.
(The Atlantic) – The fall of the Soviet Union left behind a grim legacy of nuclear danger. After 30 years, the last weapons-grade uranium has been eliminated.
(CNN) – Larger employers will benefit from the Fed’s decision to start buying the debt of commercial companies, including newly issued debt.
(University of Wisconsin-Madison) – There is no finish line in this work. We’ll solve some problems and new ones will always emerge as new technologies are invented.
(Sports Illustrated) – While on the Pat McAfee Show, Honnold recounted a time when he was rock climbing on a “rest day” in Yosemite National Park.
(WSJ) – With Covid precautions and eventual vaccines for children, classrooms can reopen in time for the fall.
(WWSG News) – WWSG is thrilled to announce former Vice President Mike Pence as their newest exclusive speaker.
Karen Pence’s charismatic speeches highlight her unique experiences as the Second Lady of the United States and First Lady of Indiana. Her remarks illustrate the passion and dedication she feels towards art therapy awareness and to the sacrifices made by military service members and their families.
The Honorable Michael R. Pence, 48th Vice President of the United States, is known for gracefully advancing conservative policies with respect to limited government, fiscal responsibility, economic development, educational opportunity, and upholding the fundamental virtues of the U.S. Constitution. He is widely respected for his courage, resolve, and faithfulness to his country.
(Bloomberg) – America is a diplomatic fox, while Beijing is a hedgehog fixated on the big idea of reunification.
(WSJ) – The new limit for schools is 3 feet. But the public is in the dark about the basis of these recommendations.
(NYT) – Three experts respond to questions from readers about what they can do after getting vaccinated.
(Jimmy Kimmel Live) – Dr. Gupta talks about being a practicing neurosurgeon, the idea of growing new brain cells and regaining new function as you age…
(Bloomberg) – The conversations highlight how the $1.9 trillion injection of stimulus will affect states, education, and inflation in the United States.
(Yahoo! Finance) – Sheila Bair, Volcker Alliance Director & Former FDIC Chair, joins Yahoo Finance to discuss what to expect next from the Fed.
(The Atlantic) – Only 52 percent [of constituents] approve of the way [Biden] is handling immigration—yet the administration seems too paralyzed to act.
(David Webb) – David speaks with Joe Grogan about Biden’s speech, covid, and healthcare.
(Dallas Innovates) – Dr. Deborah Birx is ActivePure’s new chief medical and scientific advisor.
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(Newsmax) – WWSG speaker Joseph Grogan joins Wake Up America.
(KatieCouric.com) – Girls may be the climate heroes of the future. But first, we must empower the ones we have left behind.
(Carnegie) – To succeed, the Quad needs to evolve from a China-focused club of four to a group of first movers on an array of specific functional challenges. The best way to do this is for the four countries to form the core of a rotating set of ad hoc problem-solving coalitions in the Indo-Pacific.
(FOX) – Former Trump domestic policy council director Joe Grogan discusses the $1.9 trillion stimulus, welfare expansion and the need for schools to reopen.
(WSJ) – She’s an inspiration to minorities and women and is under baseless attack.
(CBS Newspath) – One year after the coronavirus was declared a pandemic, more than half a million people in the U.S. have lost their lives to the virus.
(CBS) – “A lot of control happens at the state and local level. And that’s appropriate because it allows jurisdictions to tailor what’s happening, the policies to their communities.”
(WWSG News) – Worldwide Speakers Group welcomes Dr. Caitlin Rivers to our list of impressive exclusive speakers.
(Military News) – As President Biden’s team at the Department of Defense (DoD) starts settling into their new roles, one of their first priorities will be to address what the stated U.S. defense strategy will be.
(CNN) – The next two months could determine whether the US will experience another surge in coronavirus cases, according to the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
(Carnegie Endowment) – Taiwan’s prowess in high-tech manufacturing and data privacy could make Taiwan firms unsung heroes of the global competition over standard setting for emerging technologies.
(Bloomberg) – “Inflation is always and everywhere a monetary phenomenon in the sense that it is and can be produced only by a more rapid increase in the quantity of money than in output.”
(Carnegie) – Taiwan’s prowess in high-tech manufacturing and data privacy could make Taiwan firms unsung heroes of the global competition over standard setting for emerging technologies.
Dr. Caitlin Rivers uses outbreak science to improve public health preparedness and response, using infectious disease analytics and modeling to support public health decisions. She has experience in areas such as school reopening, testing policy, and balancing control of the pandemic with economic recovery, amongst several other major contributions to the U.S. COVID-19 response.
(NYT) – Former Vice President Mike Pence is planning to make his first public remarks since leaving office in January.
(CBS) – Scott Gottlieb gives a U.S. vaccination update on Face the Nation March 7, 2021.
(Faithwire) – I am hopeful this will not come to pass, and our religious freedoms will not be stripped from us, because of that all-important First Amendment guaranteeing the free exercise of religion.
(MSNBC) – Dr. Osterholm warns that states are “opening up in a way that is just an invitation for this virus to spread.”
(Daily Caller) – Epidemiologist Michael Osterholm of the University of Minnesota said Thursday “we have every reason to believe” coronavirus cases will rise.
(Carnegie) – A U.S.-Taiwan trade pact would be welcome, but laying the groundwork will take time, and the two sides risk losing momentum. Several other shovel-ready economic initiatives could be ready sooner and shouldn’t be delayed.
(CNBC) – Texas Gov. Greg Abbott announced Tuesday he is rescinding the statewide mask mandate and allowing all businesses to reopen at 100% capacity.
(The Choice) – Infectious disease expert Dr. Michael Osterholm joins Mehdi Hasan to discuss President Biden’s vow to have vaccines for every adult in the U.S. by the end of May.
(The Daily Signal) – Every citizen deserves the freedom to support, oppose, criticize, or promote the candidates and causes they believe in.
(FOX) – Maryland Governor Larry Hogan announced at a press conference on Tuesday that former CDC director Dr. Robert Redfield would be joining Maryland’s public health team as a senior adviser.
(WBAL) – Hogan announced that the former director of CDC will join Maryland’s COVID-19 team as a senior adviser for public health.
Robert Redfield, M.D. is an American virologist and physician who has been on the cutting edge of some of the most significant scientific medical discoveries of modern history. He is widely respected for his central role in the establishment of the HIV/AIDS clinical research vaccine and subsequent development programs for therapeutic and preventative use. Dr. […]
(ABC) – A group of veterans joined together for a virtual press conference on Monday to call on the South Carolina Legislature to enact a comprehensive medical cannabis program in 2021.
(WSJ) – Intel agencies and public-health officials need to work together against security risks like Covid.
(CNN) – The practice of finding new uses for old medications –– called repurposing or repositioning drugs –– is not new.
(CNN) – The practice of finding new uses for old medications––called repurposing or repositioning drugs––is not new.
(Fast Company) – If you want to make smart decisions, surround yourself with these sorts of people.
(CIDRAP) – Dr. Osterholm and host Chris Dall discuss why COVID-19 is declining in many areas of the US, where we’re at with the variants…
(WWSG News) – Worldwide Speakers Group welcomes Administrator Seema Verma to our list of impressive exclusive speakers.
Seema Verma is a national health policy expert known for her meaningful and successful implementation of new programs for Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), where she served as Administrator from 2017-2021. Verma’s engaging speeches are punctuated by her admirable intellect and relevant pulse on all things healthcare-related.
(Fast Company) – In “Backable,” author Suneel Gupta says don’t simply ask “What do you think?” Instead, stage an exhibition match.
(LinkedIn) – Use the techniques that Suneel describes in Backable, and you’ll be well on your way to realizing your visions and having a more interesting life.
(WWSG News) – Worldwide Speakers Group is thrilled to announce Mark Esper as our newest exclusive speaker.
(WSJ) – The Trump years left the U.S. ceding ground for its exports. Biden can regain it, with the help of allies.
(Hello Monday) – This “it-factor” is an important quality for success. And yet, it can be hard to distill.
(CBS) – Transcript: Scott Gottlieb discusses coronavirus on “Face the Nation,” February 21, 2021
(CNN) – Marc Short explains the thought process behind the advice given to President Trump that Vice President Pence could’ve overturned election results.
(PBS) – Epidemiologist Dr. Michael Osterholm says new COVID-19 strains will likely cause cases to surge in March.
(CNBC) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former FDA commissioner, says we will have general availability of the vaccine by April.
(Fox News) – Marc Short revealed new harrowing details about how his boss’s movements and coordination to deploy the National Guard during the Capitol insurrection.
(Business Insider) – Without asking the question, I never would have received the feedback.
(Financial Times) – London’s course looks uncertain, but it offers opportunities to Washington.
(BizNews) – Sheila Bair was asked for her views on cryptocurrencies and told Bloomberg that it is at nose-bleed levels.
(MSNBC) – Writer David Frum explains why Trump’s second impeachment, despite aquittal, will ‘do as a solemn and eternal public repudiation of Trump’s betrayal of his oath of office.’
(Indianapolis Star) – “While we don’t know what the future holds,” Pence said, “we know who holds the future.”
(Vox) – Without the mortality rate, it’s hard to decide how to respond and prepare for a worsening outbreak.
Mark Esper has led a distinguished career as a visionary leader, innovator, reformer, and change agent with a proven record of accomplishment in a wide range of roles and organizations. He attributes his success to the importance he places on character and values, coupled with boundless energy and a can-do spirit that puts the organization […]
(WSJ) – Supply is ramping up, but many Americans are reluctant to get the shot and need to be persuaded.
(CBS) – Gottlieb says vaccines should offer “reasonable protection” against coronavirus variants.
(CBS) – Transcript of an interview with former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb that aired February 7, 2021, on “Face the Nation.”
(Bloomberg) – The history of economic bubbles casts doubt on the idea that the Reddit rebellion was a victory of the little guy over “the suits.”
(USA Today) – The U.S. response to COVID-19 has been slowed by shortcomings in the data. Data and analytics need to improve to help the response.
(Heritage Foundation) – The Heritage Foundation announced today that former Vice President Mike Pence will join the organization as a distinguished visiting fellow.
(USA Today) – Former Vice President Mike Pence is returning to the think tank world.
(GZERO) – Ian Bremmer explains how the “first 100 days” idea started 88 years ago, when President Franklin Delano Roosevelt had to pull the United States out of the greatest economic crisis the modern world had ever known.
(Sports Illustrated) – NFL Players Association executive director DeMaurice Smith said Wednesday that he “[doesn’t] see any scenario” in which the league would postpone Super Bowl LV.
(Wired) – A federal office that collects outbreak data, models epidemics, and spreads the word to the public could keep the next Covid from being another Covid.
(CNBC) – Marc Short, former chief of staff to VP Mike Pence, joins ‘Closing Bell’ to discuss the former VP’s future and his expectations for bipartisan support for additional stimulus.
(CNBC) – The U.S. Covid testing system is “discontinuous” and “problematic,” Dr. Scott Gottlieb told CNBC on Tuesday.
(GZERO) – One of the most heated debates happening on Capitol Hill right now is whether Democrats should push to eliminate the Senate filibuster in order to overcome Republican opposition to their legislative agenda.
(WWSG News) – Worldwide Speakers Group is thrilled to announce Marc Short as our newest exclusive speaker.
(National Press Foundation) – CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Sanjay Gupta, M.D., will be recognized Feb. 18 with the National Press Foundation’s Chairman’s Citation for his tireless and distinguished coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic.
(GZERO) – Ian Bremmer talks to two very different lawmakers from each chamber Congress: two-term Democratic Connecticut Senator Chris Murphy and freshman Republican South Carolina Representative Nancy Mace.
(CNBC) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb joined “Squawk Box” on Monday to discuss concerns surround vaccine efficacy against several coronavirus mutations emerging around the world.
(CNN) – Anderson Cooper, Dr. Sanjay Gupta and Dr. Leana Wen discuss vaccines and the coronavirus variants in the US and around the world.
(CNBC) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb says inoculations may stem the spread of a new coronavirus variant in the coming months.
(CNBC) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb discusses effectiveness of J&J Covid-19 vaccine
(Global Investor) – Event hosted by The Capitol Forum on how enforcement actions by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the US (CFIUS) might be different under the Biden Administration than the previous Trump Administration.
(The Atlantic) – Republicans appear poised to flinch from reality, protect Trump, and betray the country.
(CNBC) – David Frum, author of “Trumpocalypse,” says Republicans have to stop thinking they can control Trump and instead get rid of him.
(WSJ) – His idea of ‘modernizing’ rules is to assert they have benefits that are ‘impossible to quantify.’
(GZERO) – As far as Biden’s actions, the initial executive orders were pretty consistent with what we had grown to expect coming into the Paris Climate Accord…
(SGB Media) – Aqua Lung announced today that renowned wildlife photographer and conservationist Paul Nicklen is joining the brand as a global ocean ambassador.
(The Times) – A neurosurgeon claims we can reduce cerebral damage by adjusting our lifestyles.
(CNBC) – Pfizer will now ship fewer vials of its coronavirus vaccine because it had previously shipped more doses than anticipated in its first traunche of distribution.
(The Motley Fool) – Corporate titans join notables from the political and entertainment spheres to push for a greener future.
(Bloomberg) – This week’s Wall Street Week features former FDIC Chair Sheila Bair.
(WSJ) – Variants of the virus can be stopped if uncovered early—but that will require more genetic sequencing.
(CBS) – “We’re not sequencing a lot of strains right now in the United States. Maybe we’re sequencing a couple of thousand a week right now.”
(Bloomberg) – Presidents sworn in during crises are popular at first. But unforeseen events can soon change that.
(Maria Shriver) – Dr. Sanjay Gupta on his new book “Keep Sharp.”
(CNBC) – Scott Gottlieb joins ‘Closing Bell’ to talk about how to increase the limited vaccine supply.
(The Atlantic) – Trump’s pardons sent an unmistakable message, capping the corruption of his tenure in office.
(CBS Sports) – The NFL continues to dangle a carrot to push coaching diversity, but it might require a stick.
(NYT) – Dr. Robert Redfield predicted the “worst is yet to come” with the coronavirus and expressed frustration with the politicization of mask-wearing and mitigation efforts.
(CNBC) – Gottlieb discusses some of the issues with the coronavirus vaccine rollout and what he expects the income Biden administration to implement.
(theScore) – NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith says the upcoming offseason will likely be virtual again due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
(Radio.com) – Dr. Sanjay Gupta busts “lost a few brain cells” myth and reveals secrets for sharp brain function.
Marc Short most recently served as Chief of Staff to Vice President Mike Pence and Director of Legislative Affairs to the President, positions he earned through his reputation for being a modest yet clever strategist on the Hill. Marc is known for his polished pragmatism, a grounded approach to leadership, and for his humility. He […]
(Bloomberg) – Niall Ferguson looks at President Donald Trump’s legacy and the challenges President-elect Joe Biden is expected to face.
(Health Affairs) – Recent CMS action aims to usher in a new era of value-based drug reimbursement.
(Detroit Free Press) – Challenge yourself to add a small dose of something extra, and you’ll enjoy oversized success as a result.
(The Oklahoman) – A new Navy vessel will be named for Oklahoma’s Muscogee (Creek) Nation.
(CMS.gov) – Taken in their totality, the actions CMS has taken over the last four years will revolutionize healthcare for generations to come and will transform healthcare for every American patient.
(NPR) – “This has been one of the greatest crises that this nation’s had.”
(CNBC) – Niall Ferguson says social media companies have too much power and there’s little being done by regulators to control it.
(Vogue) – Osaka posing in a slip dress during an outdoor cover shoot with photographer Annie Leibovitz.
(Boston.com) – “Frankly, I thought his statement was spot on,” DeMaurice Smith said.
(Bloomberg) – Pandemics have always bred political lunacy, but societies develop resistance to both.
(WRAL) – “We could vaccinate everyone in this country and still have a real problem with coronavirus…”
(Healthcare IT News) – “As we look forward, we are confident that we have laid a solid foundation for interoperability on which future administrations can continue to build.”
(Bloomberg) – Carly Fiorina, founder, chair and chief executive officer at Carly Fiorina Enterprises, speaks with Bloomberg’s Vonnie Quinn about this backlash, and the response by big tech.
(San Angelo Live) – At this tumultuous time in our American history, I must reiterate this leadership maxim: “Cool Heads Always Prevail.”
(Newsweek) – COVID-19 has exposed significant deficiencies in the nation’s long-term care system that policymakers can no longer ignore.
(MSNBC) – The violent takeover of the U.S. Capitol by President Donald Trump’s supporters was a “secession from American democracy.”
(Yahoo!) – Joe Grogan, Former Director of the White House Domestic Policy Council and Fellow at USC Schaeffer Center joins Yahoo Finance’s Kristin Myers to discuss the latest on the Georgia Senate races, COVID-19 vaccine distribution, and more.
Chris Lewis and Dr Pippa Malmgren, authors of The Infinite Leader, discuss how the current education system must change in order to effectively nurture leadership.
(AAKP) – Today, more than 100,000 Americans are on waiting lists to receive a lifesaving organ transplant.
(CNBC) – Carly Fiorina discusses what is necessary to move the country forward after Wednesday’s unrest when a violent mob of Trump supporters sought to prevent the confirmation of Joe Biden’s electoral victory.
(NYT) – The venture aims to push climate-friendly businesses into the mainstream.
(CNN) – President Donald Trump spent more time addressing his election grievances than encouraging election turnout.
(The Late Show with Stephen Colbert) – Dr. Sanjay Gupta, explains that the coronavirus vaccine is 95% effective at keeping people from falling ill, but vaccinated people can still become infected.
(CNBC) – “Next fall and winter, if we do things right, it will look like a very bad flu season,” Dr. Scott Gottlieb, member of the boards of Pfizer and biotech company Illumina and former FDA commissioner…
(CBC) – David Frum and Aisha Mills talk to Adrienne Arsenault about the wider impact of the run-off.
(WSJ) – Most companies benefiting from the Fed’s bond buys didn’t need the cash, and didn’t spend it well either.
(CNBC) – “The South Africa variant is very concerning right now because it does appear that it may obviate some of our medical countermeasures…”
(CNN) – I have to invest in my brain now to ensure that it stays sharp into ripe old age, even if my body starts to betray me.
(MSNBC) – The Eurasia Group’s Ian Bremmer joins Morning Joe to discuss its lists of global risks for 2021.
GZERO – In a GZERO Live discussion, Ian Bremmer explained why US domestic politics were named the “top risk” for the second consecutive year…
Since joining CNBC International in 2007, Carolin Roth has covered some of the biggest economic and business stories of the past decade. Having worked and lived in Zurich, London, and Germany, she is a European expert with a truly global view.
(CNBC) – “I would make [the coronavirus vaccine] generally available to them, to the extent possible, while we focus on these prioritized groups.”
(CBS) – When he’s not on CNN giving updates on the coronavirus, Sanjay Gupta is at his day job, as a neurosurgeon. “I’ve had a longstanding love affair with the brain,” he said.
(Washington Post) – Each of us swore an oath to support and defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic. We did not swear it to an individual or a party.
(The Atlantic) – The president’s nonstop abuse of power seems determined to force a reckoning.
(CBS) – “But the idea that we’re going to get to 20 million vaccines, vaccinations by the end of the year, that’s probably unrealistic at this point.”
Robert Zoellick (11th President of the World Bank and Senior Counselor, Brunswick Group) shares insights on how the United States can lead on international trade, the importance of the World Bank in addressing pressing global issues such as climate change, what is needed for an effective US policy toward a rising China, and his recommendations for the incoming Treasury Secretary.
(NYT) – Mr. Parscale, President Trump’s former campaign manager, was angry after he was demoted last summer, and wanted out of politics. That didn’t last long. He is starting a new political data company.
(National Interest) – To succeed in Asia, President-elect Joe Biden will need an administration that whines less, competes more, and leverages American strengths in the Asia that actually exists, not the one of its wishes, dreams, and fantasies.
(CNBC) – “It became pretty clear relatively quickly that it was, from a public health perspective, as far as identifying people who were Covid positive, it was a failure.”
(CBS) – “It does seem to be the case that we’re on track probably to peak in terms of the number of infections somewhere around the first week in January.”
(CNN) – Dr. Sanjay Gupta takes us behind the scenes with him as he gets the coronavirus vaccine at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta.
(supchina) – “…the securitization of the US-China relationship, in particular the securitization of commercial flows…”
(OKC) – Secretary Gregory J. Slavonic, who is performing the duties of Under Secretary of the Navy, made his first visit to North Africa while serving in this capacity.
(CNN) – According to the same poll, only 62% of Black respondents answered they would be willing to get a vaccine, up from 50% in September.
(Nature.com) – The pandemic has accelerated the arrival of the digital era in many aspects of American health care.
(CDC.gov) – “The disruption to daily life due to the COVID-19 pandemic has hit those with substance use disorder hard,” said CDC Director Robert Redfield, M.D.
(Politico) – The appointments to the panel come following a similar purge and replacement at the Defense Business Board.
(Daily Memphian) – This virus is so much more contagious, Dr. Robert Redfield expects the world is looking at 85% to 90% “to shut this down.”
Gokul Krishnan, PhD
(Newsweek) – As new vaccines enter the market, it is hard to think of a public program that has yielded a larger return so quickly for our country and the world than President Donald Trump’s Operation Warp Speed.
(Wall Street Journal) – The U.S. is in danger of losing its dominant leadership position in global financial services.
(The Oklahoman) – We will never lose sight of our mission, or relent in our defense of the United States of America.
(CNN) – Our human spirit has made us innovative, creative, resourceful and tenacious enough to see this dream of a vaccine bear fruit. But it’s our human behavior and biological reflexes that will dictate how deep our wounds ultimately go. No amount of science can rescue us from ourselves.
(CNBC) – “This is not just the worst public health event. This is the worst event that this country will face, not just from a public health side.”
(CNBC) – Redfield, speaking at an event hosted by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, said that about 90% of hospitals in the country are in “hot zones and the red zones.”
(CDC.gov) – The HIV community has remained resilient in the face of great challenges.
(WSJ) – Born 100 years ago, the pianist and composer found immense success melding musical classicism with polyrhythmic experiment.
Hailed by CNN as “the infectious disease expert who has been warning us for a decade and a half that the world will face a pandemic,” Dr. Michael Osterholm quickly became the go-to expert on the public health impact of COVID-19. A sharp critic of the complacency that led to the current global pandemic, he […]
(AL Defaiya) – Slavonic expressed US support for Egypt’s efforts to monitor and secure its extensive coastline and combat smuggling, trafficking, and piracy.
(The Atlantic) – The Republican Party now has two paths forward.
(Daily News Egypt) – Slavonic expressed US support for Egypt’s efforts to monitor and secure its extensive coastline and combat smuggling, trafficking, and piracy.
The close-run election of Joe Biden proves the traditional view of Democrat and Republican strongholds is changing… forever.
(Carnegie Endowment for International Peace) – Trump toughened America’s approach to China, but his administration was long on attitude and short on strategy. Many Asian governments want a more systematic approach from Biden.
(The New England Journal of Medicine) – This epidemic is entirely preventable.
(Atlantic Council) – US Secretary of Defense Mark Esper joins the Atlantic Council to discuss the importance of alliances and partnership in US national security and how to enhance and expand those relationships.
(Atlantic Council) – US Secretary of Defense Mark Esper joins the Atlantic Council’s #ACFrontPage event series to discuss the importance of alliances and partnership in US national security and how to enhance and expand those relationships.
Dr. Marty Makary
Dr. Connie Mariano
Dr. Sampson Davis
(RAND Corp.) – U.S. Secretary of Defense Mark T. Esper visited RAND’s Santa Monica headquarters on September 16, 2020.
(Heritage) – A question and answer session with the man responsible for implementing the strategy, Secretary of Defense Dr. Mark T. Esper
(Tulsa World) – “Our footprint is small in Oklahoma, unlike the Air Force and the Army,” said Slavonic.
(Yahoo Finance) – We do not allow banks to extend and pretend loan obligations that are clearly unaffordable to the borrowers. We should at least ask the same of our government.
(Military.com) – This month, 11 sailors and one civilian attached to Naval Air Station Corpus Christi, Texas, were recognized with commendations and awards for stopping an armed suspect who tried to gain access to the base May 21.
(JAMA Network) – The FDA is committed to supporting patient safety and study integrity during the pandemic.
(MedScape) – “We can always chart a better course and end up where we need to be. That’s where I keep trying to push us.”
Ambassador Nancy Brinker
(Fox News) – The stage is set for a truly historic encounter
(Bloomberg) – There are nine reasons Trump may still win, but none seems likely.
(America Military News) – Acting Under Secretary of the Navy, the Honorable Gregory J. Slavonic served as the keynote speaker at the Rhode Island Nine Beirut Memorial dedication and ribbon cutting ceremony September 27 in Providence, Rhode Island.
(Marines.mil) – Acting Under Secretary of the Navy, the Honorable Gregory J. Slavonic served as the keynote speaker at the Rhode Island Nine Beirut Memorial dedication and ribbon cutting ceremony September 27 in Providence, Rhode Island.
(JAMA) – At the beginning of the fall of 2020, the opening of colleges and universities poses new challenges and accompanying risks for transmission on campuses and in their surrounding communities.
(MilitarySpot) – Acting Under Secretary of the Navy, the Honorable Gregory J. Slavonic receives honors upon arriving at the Portuguese Naval Headquarters Sept. 26, 2020.
(The Hill) – Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao is close to beating a record.
(The Globe and Mail) – Our technological moment offers other upgrades.
(The Wall Street Journal) – The FDA balances benefits with safety risks, and interference makes Americans nervous.
(CNN) – Since the beginning of 2020, when we first started hearing about a new coronavirus, eventually dubbed SARS-CoV-2, our understanding of what it is, how it infects people, who it infects and how we can protect ourselves have all evolved as our knowledge has grown.
(New England Journal of Medicine) – This case, and the six that followed, brought the total to 3462 cases — the second-largest Ebola outbreak in history.
(CMS.gov) – The Medicare program represents a solemn promise to seniors that their nation will be there for them in their golden years.
(The Globe and Mail) – Economics as a corporate profession enjoys a strong reputation – one that it has earned by taking a disciplined approach to forecasting.
Leonard has been called “a controversial leader of the new world order.” He is an award winning entrepreneur, venture capitalist, best-selling author and a 2 time Emmy nominated media visionary.
Kaihan Krippendorff is a top strategy and innovation expert (both academically and as a practictioner), an author of 5 best selling books, a Thinkers50 recognized thinker, and the founder of Outthinker -a strategy and innovation consulting firm that has generated $2.5B in new revenue for mid-sized and Fortune 500 companies
(Wall Street Journal) – The agency can roll out a Covid shot safely, quickly and without bowing to political pressure.
(CNN) – “The reality is that this is the President’s obligation to make a nomination, he’ll do so and he’ll do so in the near future.”
(Newsmax) – President Trump should keep Robert C. O’Brien to help America and her allies stay free, safe, and prosperous for four more years.
(The Wall Street Journal) – The FDA can approve a promising candidate for those most at risk while continuing to collect data.
(The Globe and Mail) – The pandemic of 2020 has appeared in many guises: the destroyer (of lives and livelihoods), or the divider (generating tension, highlighting inequality).
(Science Mag) – Rivers has emerged as a clear-eyed, tactful narrator of the unfolding pandemic.
(The Wall Street Journal) – Adherents of both pursue ideological purity, refuse to engage in debate and demand submission.
(CNBC) – Covid-19 is an overdue reminder for medical manufacturing to return to the United States.
(MSNBC) – Former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb weighs in on the suspension of a COVID-19 vaccine trial, the likelihood of a vaccine for the general public this year and what he expects from the coming flu season.
(CNN) – The US Food and Drug Administration issued an emergency use authorization for convalescent plasma to treat Covid-19. CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta takes a deeper look at the data and explains why controlled randomized trials are still necessary to fully understand the effectiveness of convalescent plasma.
(FOX) – ‘The thing we want people to know is that suicide is preventable,’ she said
(SunSentinel) – Our hope is that the people of Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua will one day live in democracies like the rest of their neighbors.
(Carnegie Endowment for International Peace) – Beijing and Washington are competing to set Asia’s rules, norms, and standards. But other countries in the region are increasingly choosing to shape its future themselves.
(Bloomberg Opinion) – Detractors have been equating the U.S. with 1920s Germany for 85 years, and they are still wrong.
(Fox News) – The Republican Party has not done enough to win a significant share of our votes
(Fox News) – It seems we’ll get a vaccine sometime next year at the latest
(The Washington Post) – Imagine, an account by a GOP foreign policy insider that is both momentous and readable, literate and witty; that throws darts and settles scores subtly; and that does not leave the reader with a lower opinion of absolutely everyone involved.
(The Atlantic) – At the Canada-U.S. border, I encountered a study in contrasts.
Dr. Mike North
(CNBC) – Hyperloop was conceived in the spirit of American ingenuity…
(The Wall Street Journal) – The Swedes aren’t close to reaching herd immunity. We need to continue to contain the virus spread.
Colloquially known as “The Singing Surgeon”, Dr. Elvis is a spine surgeon who has inspired millions through his impromptu inspirational musical performances. At the height of the global pandemic, his motivational messages through have captured a worldwide audience. Dr. Elvis is a dedicated surgeon with a passion for using his musical talent to provide motivation, […]
(MSNBC) – Marc Short joins Hallie Jackson as protestors and professional athletes demand justice for Jacob Blake and others affected by police violence.
(Forbes) – A startup that builds conversational commerce tools for brands has raised $4.25 million to help build its presence in the growing world of e-commerce.
(The Wall Street Journal) – Studies are competing for too few patients. It’s time to direct resources toward the most promising therapies.
(JAMA) – Ensuring full and equal access to influenza vaccination will ensure all people in the US are maximally protected.
(Fox News) – Few people provide a better model of leadership for our current moment then President Dwight D. Eisenhower.
(CNN) – One of the questions I am getting more than any other: Am I going to send my children back to school? As a father of three teen and preteen girls, this has been a constant discussion in our household, and it hasn’t been easy.
(Fox News) – I would strongly advise the Biden camp to reach out to Muslim reformers and progressive dissidents to formulate a better strategy
(Bloomberg Opinion) – The U.S. won the Cold War by exporting its values, and China has a similar plan for Cold War II.
(Health Affairs) – As trials reach completion in the coming months, FDA is committed to ensuring the agency impartially reviews the evidence and reaches decisions based on established regulatory standards.
(Health Affairs) – FDA is committed to reviewing investigational programs, policies, and partnerships with the aim of providing a clear path forward for the rigorous development of new therapies for the COVID-19 pandemic and possibly beyond.
(Health Affairs) – The agency is committed to providing interactive regulatory support for test design and collaborating with partners to share data for performance validation to help expand access to accurate tests for COVID-19.
(Health Affairs) – FDA believes that the COVID-19 pandemic provides an important opportunity to identify forward-looking lessons to strengthen the agency’s ability to protect and promote the public health.
(CNN) – Joe Biden has a high-class problem. He has a short list of highly qualified women, who would all serve as excellent running mates.
(Yahoo Finance) – Ironically, big bank lobbyists are now using the Covid-19 crisis to undo those very reforms, cynically claiming deregulation will help banks support the real economy.
(First Woman Voter) – Elaine Chao, the U.S. Secretary of Transportation, talks about the First Woman Voter in her family.
(First Woman Voter) – Elaine Chao, the U.S. Secretary of Transportation, talks about the First Woman Voter in her family.
(JAMA Network) – Vaccines are foundational to modern public health.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is the NBA’s all-time leading scorer, a six-time NBA champion and the leagues only 6x MVP. He is one of a handful of influential and respected black men in America who has a national platform as a regular contributing columnist for newspapers and magazines around the world such as The Washington Post, Time […]
(CNN) – We’re now more than seven months into the coronavirus pandemic that has upended the lives of most of Earth’s inhabitants. And while it is true that the scientific community has learned many things about the SARS-CoV-2 virus and the disease it causes, Covid-19, there are also many gaps in our understanding.
(The Wall Street Journal) – The spring decision to open inessential businesses came at the expense of fall classrooms.
(The Atlantic) – A conversation with David Carballo about the fall of the Aztec empire
(Face The Nation) – The former FDA commissioner suggests that testing delays need to be resolved before widespread reopenings of America’s schools.
(CNN) – White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany says that science is on the side of reopening all schools. CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta and Jake Tapper discuss what that science actually shows.
(The Atlantic) – Two North American nations seemed to be on the same path—and then they diverged.
(The Wall Street Journal) – Congress can meet the current surge in demand for testing and be ready for the next pandemic.
(Newsweek) – It may have come a decade or two late, but the United States is undergoing the most dramatic reappraisal of our relationship with the People’s Republic of China since the famous “opening” pursued by President Richard Nixon nearly 50 years ago.
(The Telegraph) – The UK can act as a bridge between democratic allies in the region, and protect the rules-based order.
(Sports Illustrated) – DeMaurice Smith reflects on the legacy of the late Congressman John Lewis, and reminds us of how COVID-19 is more proof that we are all in this together.
(Bloomberg Opinion) – Federalizing debt was what united the states, but don’t expect the same effect from a European Recovery Fund.
(The Wall Street Journal) – An interagency feud over key data demonstrates the inadequacy of U.S. efforts to prepare for a pandemic.
(FOX) – O’Brien rekindled old friendships, asserted US interests, and made life increasingly miserable for an emerging adversary
(CNN) – Even though the heat of mid-summer is still upon us and the coronvirus pandemic continues, back-to-school season is right around the corner. With the possible exception of mask-wearing, no topic is generating as much debate as the reopening of schools.
(CNN) – Ivanka Trump had quite a day on Tuesday. She started it as the face of one of the most tone-deaf campaigns the White House has launched yet — and there is no shortage of competition in that category — and ended it by possibly violating a government ethics rule.
(JAMA) – Public health officials and leaders need to ensure that the public understands clearly when and how to wear cloth face coverings properly and continue building the evidence base for their effectiveness.
(WSJ) – When it created the CFPB, the legislature gave it immense power. Now, the presidency has a hold of it.
(Wall Street Journal) – Staggered schedules and other precautions would help reduce children’s low but real risk from Covid.
(Merck) – A conversation with Merck Chief Patient Officer Julie Gerberding, M.D., M.P.H., about her early work caring for people with HIV and AIDS, and the parallels of the AIDS and COVID-19 pandemics
(Bloomberg Opinion) – To know what the Chinese are really up to, read the futuristic novels of Liu Cixin.
(CNN) – Seven weeks later, as we approach the patient’s birthday — July 4th — I thought it would be a good time to check in and see how the patient’s doing.
(The Wall Street Journal) – Drugs that mimic an immune response are in development, but it’s time to ramp up manufacturing.
(Fox News) – Whoever dominates space is going to be able to control Earth and dictate the planet’s culture and values.
(The Flagship) – The Honorable Gregory J. Slavonic was selected by the President of the United States as the Acting Under Secretary of the Navy June 22.
(Forbes) – “We want people to really encourage embracing the flu vaccine with confidence this year,” Redfield said.
(Foreign Affairs) – America Needs the Contagion Equivalent of the National Weather Service.
(CNN) – A little more than three months after the World Health Organization officially declared the coronavirus outbreak a global pandemic, it has become evident that both the research cycle and the news cycle have accelerated to levels never seen before in our lifetime.
(The Wall Street Journal) – Important surgeries can continue, but doctors need to be paid more for managing outbreaks.
(Wall Street Journal) – Outrage is the natural response to the brutal killing of George Floyd. Yet outrage and clear, critical thinking seldom go hand in hand. An act of police brutality became the catalyst for a revolutionary mood.
(Bloomberg Opinion) – The U.S. isn’t following the example of countries that have shown what a “smart reopening” entails.
(Yahoo Finance) – Is there no end to the absurdity of our debt culture? For most of the past 12 years, we have lived in an era of zero interest rate policy, or “ZIRP.”
(Fox News) – For years, China has invested in American universities in various ways, donating millions of dollars, collaborating with academics, and setting up cultural centers.
(The Atlantic) – He will attack the independence and integrity of the legal system, try to benefit from foreign help, and benefit from voting obstacles.
(The Wall Street Journal) – A study out of Britain shows how to learn more, faster about promising coronavirus treatments.
(CNN) – Former national security adviser John Bolton wrote a forthcoming book detailing, among other things, how President Donald Trump asked Chinese President Xi Jinping to help him win the 2020 election and told him to go ahead with building concentration camps for Uyghur Muslims.
(The Atlantic) – The president is not wrong to feel a personal sting in the Supreme Court’s decision.
(The Wall Street Journal) – The public is divided. Authorities need to build confidence without wearing out goodwill.
(Fox News) – One of the biggest advancements we’ve seen during the coronavirus pandemic crisis is the development of rapid, on-site tests for COVID-19. Thanks to this innovation, the turnaround time for such tests has been reduced from one week to one hour or less.
(MSNBC) – Former FDA commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb says the coronavirus epidemic is still spreading but at a slower rate.
(Newsweek) – In his Friday address on Hong Kong, President Donald Trump mused that we once hoped that “Hong Kong would be a glimpse of China’s future.” What he meant was that, for years, the consensus was that the Chinese government would evolve to resemble Hong Kong’s: democratic, protective of civil liberties, with a free market.
(The Wall Street Journal) – Companies can deploy routine testing and tools like pooling samples to detect outbreaks.
(Bloomberg) – Social unrest helped doom Lyndon Johnson’s presidency. It may end up saving Trump’s.
(Clarion Ledger) – On May 18, Mississippi Secretary of State Michael Watson issued a statement on voting in the November election.
(The Wall Street Journal) – Rigorous testing will ensure that Americans can trust the shot they take will be safe and effective.
(The Boston Globe) – As these will be my last words in these pages, it’s time to look back and take stock.
(Fox News) – This is the moment to remember that cheerful persistence is the key to America’s success in space.
(Yahoo Finance) – Dividends. To cut, or not to cut. That is the question confronting companies throughout the globe as they struggle to conserve enough cash to keep themselves going during a deepening economic downturn.
(Fox News) – But what if there was a way for Congress to provide American families an $11,000 per year increase in their incomes without costing taxpayers a penny?
(MSNBC) – Author David Frum joins Morning Joe to discuss his new book ‘Trumpocalypse: Restoring American
(Face The Nation) – Former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb cautioned against the potential spread of coronavirus as thousands of people take to the streets to demonstrate.
(Foreign Affairs) – The dollar’s status will be tested by Washington’s ability to weather the COVID-19 storm and emerge with economic policies that allow the country, over time, to manage its national debt and curb its structural fiscal deficit.
(The Wall Street Journal) – Proponents of heightening the conflict with China understate the diplomatic successes of recent years.
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(Fox News) – The question instead should be: “How will we operate so that all sports – college football, professional baseball, professional football, etc. – can be played safely more than three months from now?”
(CNN) – Senate Republicans should be careful what they wish for — and that includes South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham, who this weekend said out loud what many of his fellow Republicans are thinking.
(The Champlain Society) – Greg Marchildon examines the Bank of Montreal challenges and successes since the Second World War with Laurence B. Mussio.
(The Atlantic) – Donald Trump withdrew from the Trans-Pacific Partnership during his first week in office.
(The Boston Globe) – Nothing illustrates with shocking clarity the perils of big city life than the coronavirus pandemic.
(TIME) – Everyone wants to know when we’ll be safe from COVID-19. The answer is we’re probably in for a long fight. We’ll face a persistent risk, maybe until we get a vaccine, or even after. But that risk can be managed, and reduced, if we focus on helping those at the greatest threat of getting the disease.
(The Wall Street Journal) – The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention made its first definitive statement last week describing a rare but disturbing condition in children related to Covid-19.
(CNN) – The country and the world are facing a serious illness. But, it is treatable. It is fixable. Let’s do this together.
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(The Wall Street Journal) – When focus shifts from the pandemic to the economy, it will need to shift from a lot more government action to a lot less.
(The Boston Globe) – How much are social mores going to change as a result of the pandemic?
(The Wall Street Journal) – Covid-19 may be here for a long time. As work and activities begin to resume, there will continue to be risk and many new precautions.
(CNN) – The coronavirus pandemic is nowhere near to being over, yet states are starting to ease restrictions to try to avert economic disaster.
(Fox News) – In our interconnected world, where communicable diseases can spread so easily and rapidly, we need to be better able to anticipate and track the path of outbreaks. Think how helpful this capability would be for the coronavirus.
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(Bloomberg Law) – The U.S. could speed its response to future pandemics by building a National Weather Service-like system to predict disease outbreaks the same way it forecasts the weather.
(Face The Nation) – The former FDA commissioner said new coronavirus cases continue to rise in roughly 20 states.
(Newsweek) – Over the past few weeks a common joke I hear from family and friends is: “Hey Mike, I bet you wish you were in space now!”
(The Boston Globe) – Growing up in Glasgow, my friends and I liked to quote Calimero sarcastically at anyone who complained about their lot. ‘It’s an injustice, it is!’
(The Wall Street Journal) – The virus continues to spread. What’s needed now: rapid antigen tests like the one for flu or strep.
(McGill queen’s University Press) – System architecture, collaborative relationships between bankers and government and leadership and culture are important elements in the success of Canadian banking.
(CNN) – When the announcement came from the White House on Monday morning that there would be no briefing, there was a sigh of relief.
(PR Network) – As demand on the U.S. healthcare system continues to surge, new initiative enables free, virtual training for Community Health Workers
(The Boston Globe) – These days we are all a bit like those Japanese fishermen, cowering beneath a giant wave, the COVID-19 pandemic.
(The Champlain Society) – Greg Marchildon examines the creation and evolution of the Bank of Montreal with Laurence B. Mussio.
(Fox News) – Clearly, a policy that makes sense for Montana would be a nightmare in New York City.
(The Wall Street Journal) – The first nation to develop a vaccine for Covid-19 could have an economic advantage as well as a tremendous public-health achievement.
(Fox News) – As Americans know all too well, the coronavirus pandemic has forced government at all levels – federal, state, and local – to impose protective measures that amounted to a national shutdown. Many of the measures have been necessary, but they have also been devastating.
(Daily News) – As a former NASA astronaut with two space shuttle missions and four spacewalks worth of experience, I am familiar with living with others in tight quarters, feeling separated from the Earth, and thinking introspectively about our planet.
(Medium) – Cristina and Paul open up about the campaign, what quarantine has meant for the planet, and how we can all celebrate Earth Day.
(The Boston Globe) – The fallout from our disastrous COVID-19 policy could tip us into the worst depression since the 1930s.
(The Spectator) – The Covid-19 pandemic came along just as Cold War II was getting under way between the United States and the People’s Republic of China
(WSJ) – President Trump acted with dispatch, to keep Americans safe, even when it was unpopular.
(The Wall Street Journal) – The threat from Covid-19 won’t end when the epidemic subsides. The recent upsurge in cases in Singapore and Japan shows how easily the virus can re-emerge. It will be a constant threat until an effective vaccine is on the market. So how does America function?
(Fox News) – A major key to beating the new coronavirus will be the development of a range of therapies that will let us lead normal lives as we defeat the disease.
(CNBC) – Millennials have been dealt two very bad economic hands during their lifetimes.
(Financial Times) – The world will be a very dangerous place if we do not fix multilateral institutions
(Carnegie Endowment for International Peace) – Despite their strategic rivalry, the United States and China have a history of coordinating in past public health and economic crises. Now that they are tipping into enmity, it may take other countries to nudge them back toward collaboration and joint action.
(The Hill) – Just two weeks after Congress passed the $2.2 trillion CARES Act to provide relief to businesses and families hammered by the coronavirus lockdown, discussions are turning to another legislative package, which simply must address two urgent problems: Too many Americans don’t have access to banks, and they don’t have high-speed broadband. If they don’t get both soon, they will be in desperate straits.
(WSJ) – Among the most overlooked heroes of the 2020 coronavirus crisis are the men and women who haul food and supplies around the country to your local supermarket.
(HS Insider) – For National Geographic photographer Cristina Mittermeier, protecting the blue in our blue marble of a world has become her life’s work.
(The American Interest) – TAI’s Jeffrey Gedmin recently spoke with Robert B. Zoellick—former President of the World Bank (2007-2012), U.S. Deputy Secretary of State (2005-2006), and U.S. Trade Representative (2001-2005)—about the coronavirus pandemic, relations with China, and his upcoming book about the history of American foreign policy. This interview has been edited for length and clarity.
(The Washington Post) – Sanjay Gupta, 50, is the Emmy Award-winning chief medical correspondent at CNN. He is also an associate professor of neurosurgery at Emory University and associate chief of neurosurgery at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta.
(Toronto Star) – Remember: what worked, what didn’t (and why), and how did we get here are three good questions that may not have an easy answer.
(The Wall Street Journal) – Send every U.S. household a $500 prepaid debit card to spend later this year in the ‘experience economy.’
(Yahoo Finance) – The $2.2 trillion stimulus bill recently passed by Congress sensibly restricts large companies getting help under that bill from distributing capital to shareholders or paying outsized executive compensation. These restrictions are not punitive toward shareholders and executives.
(The Washington Post) – A year after Scott Gottlieb resigned unexpectedly as Food and Drug Administration commissioner to return home to his family in Westport, Conn., he has never been in such demand — advising lawmakers, governors, members of the Trump administration and even the president himself about combating the novel coronavirus.
(The Globe and Mail) – Who among today’s great economists will write the Economic Consequences of the Plague? Large parts of the world’s economy have been brought to an abrupt standstill by the COVID-19 pandemic.
(Fox News) – Most forefront in our minds is, of course, coronavirus, which continues to infect people across the country and shut down the national economy. Clearly, this pandemic will change the world in profound ways; we just don’t know exactly how yet.
(The Washington Post) – The pandemic crisis has laid bare the fact that while our economy was fundamentally strong before the crisis hit, we have unsustainable levels of income disparity in the United States, with too many people living paycheck to paycheck, afraid of the wolf at the door.
(The Wall Street Journal) – Reopening the economy will depend on companies diagnosing coronavirus cases in the workplace.
(BMO) – Experience can guide when it cannot govern.
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(Fox News) – And after each cycle of loss, there has been a rebirth of the American spirit, determination to build a better future, and deep belief that we Americans cannot be defeated or conquered. Instead, we have a compulsion to work toward a bigger, better, more fulfilling life for our children and grandchildren.
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(TIME) – Despite the fact that Gottlieb is working from home, he arguably has been in the public eye more now than at any time since he resigned from the FDA last spring.
(CNN) – Make no mistake — the conservative justices on the US Supreme Court are making decisions now that could influence the outcome of the November election.
(popculture) – The Science Channel is delving deep into secretive government operations with the “unprecedented access” of former CIA operative Mike Baker in its new series, Black Files Declassified.
(The Wall Street Journal) – Antivirals and antibody therapies are showing promise. The FDA needs to step up its pace.
(Yahoo Finance) – The past decade has been good to corporate shareholders. Last year marked the longest bull market in history, with the S&P 500 rising 330% from its March 2009 low. And while those gains have taken a significant hit as a result of the COVID-19 crisis, shareholders had already locked in trillions in payouts from the market’s strong growth.
(Slate) – Of all the things I learned during my years in the rainforest of Gombe Stream National Park in Tanzania conducting my research into the behavior of chimpanzees, one of the most important is how all life is interconnected.
(The Hill) – Scott Gottlieb has seen his national profile grow amid the coronavirus outbreak as the former Food and Drug Administration commissioner becomes a leading voice from outside the administration on how to tackle the worst health epidemic the country may ever have faced.
(CNN) – When 30-year-old Ben Luderer started to feel sick, he wasn’t that surprised. Just a few days earlier, his wife, Brandy, had tested positive for coronavirus, but there wasn’t much to it.
(The Globe and Mail) – China caused this disaster, but now wants to claim the credit for saving us from it. Liberally exporting testing kits (some of which don’t work) and face masks (most of which probably do, but I still got ours from Taiwan, thank you very much), the Chinese government is intent of snatching victory from the jaws of a defeat it inflicted.
(Fox News) – The coronavirus has effectively shut down the American economy. As the federal government advises social distancing and governors across the country implement stay-at-home orders to mitigate the virus, Americans are not going out to spend money.
(The Wall Street Journal) – Fifty years ago this month, Columbia Records issued Miles Davis’s churning ‘Bitches Brew,’ confronting two genres of music and crystallizing a third, jazz-rock fusion.
(Washington Post) – 37 years after they first worked together, the longtime allies often stand at the White House with President Trump to brief the nation about the novel coronavirus, while they privately join forces to try to convince the president that more economically painful measures are needed to stem the outbreak.
(USA Today) – Second Lady Karen Pence is promoting a suicide-prevention initiative recently created by the Trump administration to help veterans but also being used to reach out to all Americans struggling with the coronavirus pandemic.
(Fox News) – Watching President Donald Trump in the White House Coronavirus Task Force briefing go through company after company and government project after government project fighting the pandemic, it hit me that we were seeing something America has done before. We are mobilizing as a people to win a war.
(LinkedIn) – One thing is for certain: a company’s experience deserves a seat at the decision-maker’s table.
(CBS) – Nearly 700 active duty military members have tested positive for coronavirus and the aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt is experiencing an outbreak. Defense Secretary Mark Esper joins “CBS Evening News” with his assessment.
Spending 43 years in the NBA will teach you many things and shape who you are. For Dave Wohl it was the early realization that he was a teacher at heart and that led him, after a seven year playing career, into coaching in the NBA for his next 26 years before moving into the […]
(The Globe and Mail) – We who only bet occasionally on a horse race are fascinated by true gamblers: those who frequent not only casinos and stock markets, but also the pages of history. We normal folk tend to think of two types of gambler.
(Fox News) – This Soviet plot was one of the inspirations for my new novel, “Shakedown,” which I wrote with Pete Earley. The book, which was released last week, focuses on Mayberry and Garrett – one a former FBI agent, the other an ex-Navy SEAL – who are caught in the middle of a deadly crisis and must race to thwart a cataclysmic nuclear attack on America.
(CNN) – My grandmother was fond of saying that the road to hell is paved with good intentions. That certainly fits the bailouts of 2008 and 2009.
(The Atlantic) – We are experiencing a painful introduction to anti-globalism and its consequences.
(Bloomberg) – Nobel laureate Paul Romer, a professor of economics at New York University, says cash handouts aren’t an effective way of fighting the coronavirus outbreak and that the federal government should focus their stimulus on scaling up virus testing.
(The Guardian) – Now her task is to stop the spread of Covid-19.
(The Boston Globe) – Many will die, but most of the deaths could have been avoided with better preparation and earlier action.
(Sports Illustrated) – Darryl Dawkins’ former coach, Dave Wohl, writes about the high expectations set for the NBA’s first manchild.
(The Wall Street Journal) – Soon the U.S. will be able to do 75,000 tests a day. That will make changes in strategy possible.
(The New York Times) – Covid-19, the most threatening pandemic of the past century, has precipitated both a health crisis and an economic crisis. The strategies that governments have adopted to deal with each crisis separately are contradictory and risk catastrophic, long-term failure.
(Face the Nation) – The former FDA chief says hospitals are at risk of being overwhelmed during the crisis.
(Fox News) – It has become all too clear that the coronavirus pandemic is not just a matter of global health, but also an economic issue. Indeed, the virus is having a major impact on the American and global economies as it spreads rapidly in the United States and around the world.
(The Atlantic) – Those seeking to support Trump’s party line need an excuse for their months of denial and deception—and they’ve found it.
(The Wall Street Journal) – Why would the U.S. increase the cost and difficulty of supplying protective gear to doctors and nurses? Why would Washington obstruct the acquisition of lifesaving equipment? Because the sclerosis of trade protectionism, once it takes hold, constricts economic health and adaptation.
Leading teams (and yourself) is not just about doing your best. Its about getting better. If you’re not better today than you were six months ago you’re failing. And if your’e not doing things today to get better you’ll continue to struggle. Using his “battle tested” experience, Vinny will work with you and your team […]
(Fox News) – Writing from Italy, where the coronavirus pandemic is at its strongest, I am fully committed to taking the most draconian steps necessary to keep people physically separated until the virus dies out for lack of new hosts.
(Yahoo Finance) – Surely hell has a special place reserved for big bank advocates using a worldwide health crisis to pursue their deregulatory agenda.
(The Wall Street Journal) – Deploy telemedicine to determine who needs emergency care, waive licensing rules and more.
(Oprah Daily) – She was the global AIDS Ambassador under President Barack Obama.
(She Said/She Said) – I recorded Episode 91 with U.S. Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao just before social distancing recommendations went into effect to halt the spread of coronavirus.
(Politico) – Scott Gottlieb left the Trump administration nearly a year ago — but from Twitter to TV, he’s become the face of truth-telling about the coronavirus pandemic.
(Fox News) – I have watched first-hand as the Italian government has worked hard to contain the coronavirus by imposing strong public health measures to try to get the epidemic under control. These measures will lead to significant economic challenges.
(The Times) – Early complacency exacerbated the crisis, but it’s not the only mistake.
(Brookings Inst.) – On March 11, the Brown Center on Education Policy at Brookings hosted a webcast only event that addressed how schools should prepare for and handle a COVID-19 outbreak.
(The Washington Post) – Twelve years after the 2008 financial panic, the world faces the prospect of another panic, one I hope is still avoidable. The immediate cause is a novel virus, not financial markets or the economy, which remain strong. But fear is again the enemy. And lessons we learned in 2008 can be a useful guide to action.
(The Washington Post) – Dramatic measures have been taken over the past week to fight the coronavirus epidemic in the United States. President Trump’s announcement of a ban on most flights from Europe, except for the United Kingdom, on Wednesday night came at about the same time the National Basketball Association suspended the rest of the basketball season.
(The Late Show with Stephen Colbert) – CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta, host of the “Coronavirus: Fact vs. Fiction” podcast, sits down with Stephen Colbert for a frank discussion about how Americans should cope in the face of this global pandemic.
By WWSG exclusive speakers Scott Gottlieb & Caitlin Rivers Scott Gottlieb is a former commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration. Caitlin M. Rivers, an epidemiologist, is a senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security. Dramatic measures have been taken over the past week to fight the coronavirus epidemic in the United […]
(NYT)– He has been cautious, technical and reserved in the face of intense criticism for the agency’s delay in rolling out testing for the infection.
(Yahoo Finance) – Plunging stock markets, bond yields, and oil prices are creating a perfect storm of adverse conditions sure to impose severe damage on the real economy.
(USA Today) – Amid concerns about coronavirus spikes caused by reopenings or mass protests, USA TODAY’s Editorial Board spoke Tuesday with Dr. Caitlin Rivers.
(The Wall Street Journal) – This isn’t merely a bad flu season. Covid-19 is spreading far faster than most Americans realize.
(Fox News) – Last month we all thought we knew what was going to happen in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination. Of course, things turned out very differently.
(CNN) – Starting today, you will notice that CNN is using the term pandemic to describe the current coronavirus outbreak. It is not a decision we take lightly. While we know it sounds alarming, it should not cause panic.
(USA Today) – Small steps like hand-washing and covering coughs can not only reduce our risks of infection but also have a big impact on the scope of an epidemic.
The first Hispanic female governor in American history, Susana Martinez has an inspiring personal story that proves the power and promise of the American Dream. As Martinez strongly believes, “En America, todo es posible!” Growing up along the nation’s southern border in a law enforcement family, Martinez became her county’s top criminal prosecutor, where she […]
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(Fox News) – The 50 hours between the South Carolina primary and the end of the Super Tuesday primaries will be studied for a long time.
(The Wall Street Journal) – The numbers don’t tell the whole story. Nine Americans have died of Covid-19, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirms more than 100 cases in 15 states. But there are probably already several thousand Americans who have been infected. For now, the average person’s risk is low in a nation of 330 million, but that may soon change.
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(The Boston Globe) – A Covid-19 outbreak in one or more large US cities would inflict a September 11-level hit on the economy and a Hurricane Katrina-level hit on Trump’s popular approval.
(The New Yorker) – Brad Parscale used social media to sway the 2016 election. He’s poised to do it again.
(Fox News) – We should also be thankful for Washington’s mother, Mary Ball Washington, who raised her eldest son to become one of the greatest leaders in history. Mary played an indispensable role in forming George’s character.
(New England Journal of Medicine) – The Covid-19 outbreak has posed critical challenges for the public health, research, and medical communities.
(The Guardian) – Alex was on vacation in Greece – but even on vacation, he still climbs.
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The most recognized action sports figure in the world, Tony Hawk was just nine-years old when his brother changed his life by giving him a blue fiberglass Bahne skateboard. By fourteen he’d turned pro, and by sixteen he was widely considered the best skateboarder on earth. In 1999, he became the first skater to ever […]
(Yahoo Finance) – Can a leopard change its spots? That is the central question hanging over Michael Bloomberg’s candidacy for the Democratic presidential nomination.
(The Atlantic) – Supporters of Senator Bernie Sanders insist that their guy can eject Donald Trump from the White House. The more insistent question, though, is whether Sanders will cost Democrats the House of Representatives.
(The Boston Globe) – As Elizabeth Warren put it in last Wednesday’s debate, Bloomberg simply has too much in common with the 73-year-old former Democratic billionaire who now occupies the White House.
(Fox News) – At his State of the Union address Feb. 4, President Trump honored Brig. Gen. Charles McGee, one of the last surviving Tuskegee Airmen. McGee, who recently turned 100, flew more than 130 combat missions in World War II before serving his country in both Korea and Vietnam.
(Fox Business) – Former Canadian Prime Minister, Stephen Harper, sits down with Maria to discuss a wide range of topics including the new USMCA deal, Huawei, and the current political divide in Canada.
(Fox News) – President Trump earned a standing ovation during his State of the Union Address this year when he recognized Venezuelan President Juan Guaidó in the audience. For many, it was an electrifying moment – Guaidó is a symbol of courage and of freedom pitted against a bad and destructive anti-American dictatorship.
(The Times) – The lesson of history is that dictators tend not to die in their beds
(The Wall Street Journal) – A mere 15 cases of the Wuhan coronavirus have been diagnosed in the U.S., according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and that number hasn’t budged in a week. But the true number of cases is unknown, because the U.S. is testing only those who recently arrived from China or have been in close contact with confirmed patients.
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(Bloomberg Tax) – Google, Facebook, and other tech giants have too much market power and way too much information about all of us. That’s the opinion of lots of political figures, as well as of Nobel economist Paul Romer. What makes Romer different is his preferred way of dealing with this problem: taxes.
(Fox News) – Every presidential election is unique, but the 2020 Democratic race is quite extraordinary.
(The Atlantic) – Attorney General Bill Barr seems willing to deploy the law as a weapon, cracking down on crimes by the poor and the foreign-born while going easy on the crimes of the president’s associates.
(The National Interest) – The United States needs to compete with China within international institutions and country-by-country. It is hard to beat something with nothing. America should promote better ideas and practices and offer attractive partnerships, instead of retreating and bullying.
(The Wall Street Journal) – Duke Ellington, I like to argue, ranks as America’s greatest all-around musician—composer, arranger, bandleader, accompanist, soloist and musical thinker. Who else did it all with such sit-up-and-notice style, originality and longevity?
(Foreign Affairs) – Over the past 60 years, the United States has run what amounts to a natural experiment designed to answer a simple question: What happens when a government starts conducting its business in the foreign language of economists?
(The Boston Globe) – The eventual Democratic nominee will have at least some chance of beating Trump.
(CNBC) – Coronavirus is spreading in Hong Kong, Thailand, and Singapore. Community spread is suspected in other nations. Models suggest that for every person who traveled into the U.S. infected with coronavirus, and who was successfully diagnosed and quarantined, maybe three more arrived undetected.
(CNBC) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb, Pfizer board member and former FDA commissioner, answers viewers’ questions about the coronavirus outbreak.
(NBC Sports Philadelphia) – When Joe Girardi addresses his new ballclub for the first time on Day 1 of spring training next week, he won’t be alone. Jerry and Angela Girardi will also be there because for Joe Girardi, the new Phillies manager, every day is Take Your Parents to Work Day.
(Fox News) – We first heard about coronavirus only weeks ago. What started as a local outbreak in Wuhan, China, quickly spread across the entire country – and then around the world. Now there are at least 12 cases of the coronavirus in the United States. The death toll in China is well into the hundreds and continues to increase. Across the globe, people are asking whether we are facing the next global pandemic.
(St. Galllen Symposium) – In this two-part interview, Niall Ferguson and Grégoire Roos exchange on how the Millenials are about to disrupt politics in the West, discuss the current crisis of the Atlantic community, and address the challenges of the rise of China.
(TIME) – There are many ways to measure the costs of coronavirus. There have now been more than 24,000 officially reported cases, and nearly 500 people have died, but we’d be wise not to have much faith in these figures.
Holly Atkinson, M.D.
(The Boston Globe) – The Black Death — mainly bubonic plague but also the even more lethal pneumonic variant — killed between 75 million and 200 million people as it spread eastwards across Eurasia in the 1340s. The disease was transmitted by flea bites; the fleas traveled by rodent. Up to 60 percent of the population of Europe perished. Survivors imagined an even worse plague — originating, like the Black Death, in China.”
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(CMS.gov)- We are aiming to ensure that every senior has access to a plan that meets his or her unique healthcare needs; and we want plans to attract beneficiaries by improving quality and reducing costs.
(Democracy Now!) – After a chaotic night in Iowa, the focus of the Democratic race has now shifted to New Hampshire. Senator Bernie Sanders is leading in most New Hampshire polls a week ahead of the state’s primary. While Sanders has been surging in popularity across parts of the country, the Democratic Party establishment is openly expressing concern that the self-described democratic socialist could win the nomination. While Bernie Sanders faces attacks from the corporate wing of the Democratic Party, many of his supporters say he is the candidate best suited to beat Trump in November.
(AEI) – Members of the Senate Finance Committee have fashioned a well-meaning effort to modernize the Medicare drug benefit. Among its key features, the bill would help protect seniors from high out-of-pocket costs by limiting beneficiary cost sharing to $3,100 annually.
(CNBC) – Dr. Gregory Poland, professor of medicine and infectious diseases and the director of the Vaccine Research Group at Mayo Clinic, and Dr. Scott Gottlieb, Pfizer board member and former FDA Commissioner, join CNBC to discuss the spread of misinformation on the coronavirus.
(Fox News) – I don’t know who will win the Iowa Democratic caucuses Monday night. As a historian, I will analyze the results after the fact.
(Fox News) – Some taxpayers will begin to feel a sense of helpless frustration as they prepare to hand over a chunk of their hard-earned money to the government. Others will anxiously wait to see how much of their hard-earned money the government will be willing to give back.
(The Atlantic) – Republicans voted down a measure to call witnesses in President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial and are moving to acquittal in a hell-for-leather dash to put the crisis behind them. It’s a doomed errand. With Trump, the next crisis is always just ahead.
(Fox News) – The current moment in American politics is quite remarkable. We have the chance to create fundamental change within our nation and undo the damage done by years of bad policy and bureaucratic control.
(Redefining the Road) – Elaine Chao plays a vital role in shaping the industry.
(The Washington Post) – A novel proposal to tax targeted digital ads in Maryland could be extremely lucrative — provided it can survive an expected legal challenge from the world’s largest Internet and social media companies.
(Carnegie Endowment For International Peace) – Taiwan’s innovation advantage is in danger of eroding. It needs a revitalized and broadened strategy, more diverse investments in human capital and next-generation industries, and forward-looking partnerships with the United States.
(CNN) – On Monday, President Donald Trump’s defense team failed at their most important job — making a clear and compelling argument that there was no need to hear from former National Security Adviser John Bolton.
(Wall Street Journal) – Quarantines, flu vaccines and other steps to take before the Wuhan virus becomes widespread.
(CNBC) – Even though there’s a lot that we don’t know about the novel coronavirus that’s burning its ways through China, there are some critical assumptions we should make about its continued spread.
(Project Syndicate) – Democratic US presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg unveiled an infrastructure plan that magically settled on the same trillion-dollar price tag that candidate Donald Trump announced in 2016. But is America’s infrastructure really so bad?
(Fox News) – As Vice President Mike Pence, his wife Karen, and their daughter-in-law Sarah got off Air Force Two in Rome this morning, it hit me what an action-packed week they have had.
(Ad Age) – The American Advertising Federation announced today the eight individuals and one corporation that will be inducted into the Advertising Hall of Fame this year.
(Fox News) – Jan. 27 is the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, one of the most extraordinary events of our time.
(The Times) – Delegates publicly praise the gloomy activist, but privately prefer dirty Don.
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(The Washington Post) – Health authorities’ concern about the new coronavirus in China, with cases spreading in Asia and as far as the United States, deepened Wednesday with news that the Chinese government plans to shut down transportation from Wuhan, a city of 11 million people that is considered ground zero of the pneumonia-like virus.
(CBS This Morning) – Trump 2020 Campaign manager Brad Parscale discusses their re-election strategy.
(The Atlantic) – Representative Tulsi Gabbard today filed a defamation lawsuit against Hillary Clinton in federal court.
(economy) – In 2018, Paul Romer, a New York University professor at Stern School of Business, interviewed with the Korea Economic Daily. “It may take more than 10 years to resolve the conflict,” he said.
(economy) – Last year, we interviewed Nobel Laureate in Economics, Professor Paul Romer New York University. It was for the New Year’s interview, and the article was published on January 1 in the Korea Economic Daily.
(CNN) – Lifelong Republican Sheila Bair says she has never voted for a Democrat for president, but she is now considering it.
(Fox News) – Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale discusses the future of the Trump campaign and what he’s looking to improve this time around.
(The Times) – The US can win the Second Cold War only by drawing apart the Russian and Chinese leaders
(Fox News) – As we watch the current tensions with Iran, I believe it is important to help explain how we got here. That’s why I wanted to focus this week’s episode of “Newt’s World” on Iran’s political history, the Iranian Revolution, and what the revolution meant for the Iranian people.
(Oceanographic) – This March, the Ocean Photography Awards will launch as the first awards to focus exclusively on celebrating the best amateur and professional ocean photography.
(Pulse) – South Korea’s income-led economy is a risky model that could backfire if companies are discouraged to add new hires, warned Paul Romer, co-winner of the 2018 Nobel Prize for Economics.
(Die Weltwoche) – New York Times bestselling author, Emmy award winning documentarist, and celebrated conservative intellectual — predicts this year’s newest conflict zones and examines President Donald Trump, the most controversial guest attending the upcoming World Economic Forum.
(Fox News) – It took a while for me to understand the nagging feeling I got from the Democratic debate in Iowa Tuesday night. I kept grappling with my dissatisfaction and could not find the right words.
(The Boston Globe) – It is certainly no cause for glee that the most powerful man in the world should aspire to be a mafioso. Yet there may be worse figures to imitate than Vito Corleone.
(The Washington Post) – Matt Bai will be joining Post Opinions as a politics contributing columnist.
(The Washington Post) – Two powerful Maryland politicians want that ad chasing you around the Internet to pay the state for the privilege of collecting your data.
(The Atlantic) – The president withdrew from a flawed deal with Iran, but had no realistic alternative. With that choice comes responsibility for what ensued.
(Fox News) – However, what if I told you the deadliest terrorists we face lived right over our southern border and are using drugs – not explosives – to kill tens of thousands of Americans every year?
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(The Atlantic) – No American paid a price for President Donald Trump’s decision to kill Iran’s Qassem Soleimani. But it looks like 176 other people did, including 63 Canadian citizens and many more Iranian nationals en route to Canada.
(National Post) – Although I regret it very much, I believe that liberal democracy as we know it won’t survive the 21st century.
(The Atlantic) – A president who writes off half the country can’t expect to garner support from a crisis of his own making.
(The Washington Post) – Over the past 40 years — about as long as I’ve been of age to vote — the country has seen a downward spiral in the qualifications of the individuals we have elected as president.
(Carnegie Endowment for International Peace) – Technonationalists, whatever their nationality, take a strategic view of industry and technology. They view it as fundamental to national security and economic competitiveness and take on faith that economic policies must have strategic underpinnings.
(The Washington Post) – Responding to the worsening epidemic of e-cigarette use by kids of middle-school and high-school age, the Food and Drug Administration announced Thursday that it will ban, within 30 days, flavored e-liquids other than menthol and tobacco — but only when they’re packaged into cartridges to fit on popular devices such as those marketed by Juul.
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(Boston Globe) – The United States may now face pandemonium in Iraq, but Iran will not necessarily be the beneficiary.
(Fox News) – It’s a seemingly fundamental truth that aging is inevitable. But what if everything we’ve been taught to believe about the aging process is wrong?
(Victoria News) – It was a big year in 2019 for Paul Nicklen, who was recently given the Order of Canada and earlier inducted into the International Photography Hall of Fame.
(CNBC) – Scott Gottlieb, former FDA commissioner and board member at Pfizer, joins CNBC to discuss a report from the New York Times released late on New Year’s Eve that indicates the White House is reportedly planning to ban most e-cigarette flavors but menthol and tobacco.
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(The Globe and Mail) – The twice-yearly announcement of one of the country’s highest civilian honours elevates Stephen Harper to the award’s highest tier: Companion of the Order of Canada.
(Salem News) – Hundreds of people stood on the shore’s edge at Good Harbor Beach Saturday in nothing but bathing suits, all in support of a man who had made waves in the classroom, on the baseball field, and in the fight against ALS.
(Fox News) – Don’t let the headline of this piece fool you. There are far more than five things that we need to watch closely in 2020. It’s probably closer to 40 important things we need to watch and plan for – and a great many of those would be impossible to predict now.
(The Atlantic) – Amid a two-day binge of post-Christmas rage-tweeting, President Donald Trump retweeted the name of the CIA employee widely presumed to be the whistle-blower in the Ukraine scandal.
(CNN) – From the outside, the store is clearly marked. Inside, rows of colorful products are on display. As far as any average shopper on this street in California can tell, this is a legal cannabis shop. But it’s not.
(Health Affairs) – In recent years, considerable bipartisan Congressional action, leadership from both Democratic and Republican administrations, and broad-based multistakeholder collaborations have focused on improving the tools and regulatory processes at the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), other government agencies, and public-private collaborations to support more efficient and timely development of new medical technologies.
(Fox News) – I thought about the most important Christmas moments in American history. My mind immediately went to the first – George Washington’s victory at the Battle of Trenton on Dec. 26, 1776.
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(Carnegie Endowment for International Peace) – The daily news about China reports deals on and off, sales off and on, more and steeper tariffs on and off…and who knows what’s next?
(Woman’s Day) – You likely don’t know Lady Fiona Carnarvon, eighth Countess of Carnarvon. But you probably know a little bit about her life and her home of Highclere Castle thanks to a not-so-little show called Downton Abbey. Or at least you think you do.
(The Washington Post) – But today, with the advent of the fourth industrial revolution, the United States is falling behind.
(The Globe and Mail) – Firms that make strategic use both of the potential of Big Data and the explanatory power of Experiential Data have the best chances of making well-informed decisions.
(The Times) – The PM’s cheerful version of national conservatism swept him to victory.
(CNN) – Former Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina says President Trump should be impeached, but stopped short of calling for his removal from office and did not rule out voting for him again in 2020.
(The Washington Post) – As 2019 draws to a close, there’s more than a whiff of banking deregulation in the air. The U.S. has relaxed its lender stress tests and made it easier again for Wall Street to trade using its own funds. In Europe, capital requirements are being softened.
(The Atlantic) – The president’s clash with Beijing accomplished little—and bodes ill for the growing conservative movement to confront the world’s second superpower.
(The Washington Post) – One of President Trump’s top White House aides, Katie Walsh, is abruptly leaving her West Wing post only two months into the administration, several senior White House officials confirmed Thursday.
(Harvard Politics) – Katie Walsh Shields is a Senior Advisor for Data to the Republican Party and an advisor to America First Policies, a 501(c)(4) organization.
(Cosmopolitan) – As Donald Trump built out his Cabinet and White House staff, one of his appointments that generated particular interest was Katie Walsh.
Formerly homeless, Liz Murray transformed her life of despair into an inspiring journey of determination, hope and hard-won success.
(The Wall Street Journal) – A House price-control bill would do the most damage to transformative and life-saving medications.
(New York Post) – New York state is grappling with a Medicaid shortfall in the billions of dollars. And one of the main reasons is improper enrollment.
(CATO Institute) – Earlier this week, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) raised its estimate of Medicaid’s improper payments from $36 billion (9.8 percent of federal Medicaid expenditures) to $57 billion (14.9 percent of federal Medicaid expenditures). Actually, the situation is far worse than these estimates suggest.
(New York Post) – Good politics involves consistent, simple messages. Opponents of the Trump administration believe they have found one with health care: sabotage.
(New York Post) – In his recent speech on health care, President Trump highlighted a proposed rule that hospitals make their prices public. It’s time for hospitals to comply. Transparency will likely lead to lower prices and a reduction in health care spending.
(The Times) – A close result on Thursday would be a disaster for Boris and for Britain
(Wall Street Journal) – There’s one provision of ObamaCare almost everyone wants to repeal. Last week the House voted 419-6 to repeal the so-called Cadillac tax, a 40% excise on high-cost employer-sponsored health insurance. The bill now moves to the Senate.
(Wall Street Journal) – ObamaCare wasn’t supposed to give free health insurance to everybody. The Affordable Care Act’s authors expected the poor would enroll in Medicaid, while those with higher incomes would buy coverage through the new insurance exchanges, with subsidies that decrease as income rises.
(The Wall Street Journal) – Most Democratic presidential candidates are supporting some version of Medicare for All, a radical proposal to put Washington in complete control of the health-care system. Joe Biden, however, promises to “protect and build on the Affordable Care Act,” the last Washington health-care experiment, which is better known as ObamaCare.
(The Wall Street Journal) – Medicaid expansion was a key component of ObamaCare. In 2014 when the expansion started, the feds stopped doing audits of states’ Medicaid eligibility determinations. The Obama administration’s goal was to build public support for the new law by signing up as many people as possible. Now, after a four-year hiatus, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services have begun auditing program eligibility again.
(The New York Times) – Turning Point: The United States and China intensified their trade war in 2019, plunging global markets into uncertainty.
(Fox News) – This month is the 78th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. It was a devastating surprise attack on an American naval base that brought the United States into World War II.
(Star Tribune) – You wouldn’t buy a car without knowing the price. So why are health care prices hidden?
(The Atlantic) – The House Judiciary Committee needs a clearer plan for mobilizing public opinion in support of impeachment.
(Financial Times) – Robert Zoellick, a former World Bank president who has served in past Republican administrations, has delivered a public rebuke of Donald Trump’s China policy, warning the president risks pushing Beijing towards a parallel system that would clash with US interests.
(The Atlantic) – Again and again, Trump’s core supporters have turned out to be criminals.
(Chicago Tribune) – Most Americans have no idea what a health care service costs before they get it. If we expect to lower health care costs, that must change.
(Mongabay) – Uthpala Adaranga, a ranger with Sri Lanka’s Department of Wildlife Conservation (DWC), was initially doubtful about the call he received of a seal spotted near Unawatuna, off the country’s southern coast.
(The Times) – Tomorrow is the day it could all go wrong for Boris Johnson. It is bad enough opinion polls have him on course to win a handsome majority when Britain votes in 11 days’ time: that alone is enough to make me want to bet on a hung parliament. Worse, President Donald Trump is due to arrive in London within 24 hours.
(Fox News) – As we come together with friends and family on Thanksgiving, we should all recognize that many in America – including those indigenous peoples with whom the Pilgrims shared the first Thanksgiving – have little to celebrate.
(Fox Business) – Hudson Institute Chinese strategy director and ‘The Hundred-Year Marathon’ author Michael Pillsbury discusses U.S.-China trade talks.
(Fox News) – Fox Nation host Tomi Lahren reacts to the ‘epidemic’ of youth disrespect in America on ‘Fox & Friends.’
(The Atlantic) – Either the president will be elevated above all ordinary law, or future presidents will be hemmed in.
(The Times) – Both in China and the territory, workers are turning on their masters.
(Fox Business) – Hudson Institute senior fellow and Center for Chinese Strategy director Michael Pillsbury weighs in on pro-democracy election in Hong Kong and China trade.
(CNBC) – Former FDA commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb details what he thinks the administration should do about vaping.
(Fox News) – First Thanksgiving wasn’t like what you were taught in school – Here’s the true story
(CNN) – President Donald Trump’s unannounced visit to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center last weekend spurred speculation about his health from the public, and from doctors. In a statement late Monday night, the White House doctor said that the President underwent “a routine, planned” checkup and attributed “scheduling uncertainties” for keeping the trip off the record.
(Newsweek) – Anyone watching mainstream news this week might not know that a major bipartisan effort is moving through Congress. That joint Democrat-Republican project is aimed at protecting freedom and democracy while holding totalitarianism at bay.
(Washington Times) – How organizations like Young America’s Foundation (YAF) make a difference
(The Atlantic) – The representative’s claims about stories reporting on the Trump administration are part of a universe of untruth.
(The Washington Post) – The tango requires close synchronization between two partners. For decades, the government and moneyed interests have been performing a political version of it, gliding across a ballroom strewn with special breaks, boondoggles and bailouts.
(The Washington Post) – When regulations are contemplated to address an epidemic of teenagers using e-cigarettes, vaping advocates complain loudly. The restrictions will obstruct adult access to these products, they say, foreclosing the opportunity for smokers to use the devices to quit cigarettes.
(CGTN) – Professor Paul Romer of New York University, a Nobel laureate in economics, who said, although the pursuit of proper governance might be “a constant battle,” we can make it happen.
(The Times) – Middle America isn’t hungry for hearings, but Trump 2020 is no sure thing
(Gulf News) – The recent decision by a WTO dispute panel clearing the way for the US to impose tariffs on the EU as a penalty for its provision of illegal subsidies to Airbus ends a very short-lived trans-Atlantic economic courtship. Indeed, the WTO’s action was the largest such ruling in the organization’s history – it has ignited US-EU trade tensions to unprecedented levels.
(Financial Times) – A large pool of adjustment funds to offset dislocation costs must be integral to the AfCFTA
(Forbes) – There are two putative goals of the current US administration for proactive policy “decoupling” between the U.S. and China.
(CNN) – President Donald Trump’s visit to Walter Reed on did not follow the protocol of a routine presidential medical exam, according to a person familiar with the matter.
(CRN) – Despite the current technological and political turmoil, the U.S. is also in the midst of a golden age of prosperity.
(Conversations with John Anderson) – Harvard and Stanford Universities Senior Fellow and prolific author Niall Ferguson is one of the world’s pre-eminent experts on history, politics and economics. He shares his current insights on the rivalry between China and the USA, Trump, Brexit and more.
(Fox News) – As Washington continues to seem more and more partisan, it’s important to remember that things have been much more hostile in the past.
(The Atlantic) – President Trump’s pardons for three service members accused of war crimes will have lasting consequences.
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(WSJ) – The Allman Brothers Band’s eponymous debut album, released Nov. 4, 1969, rose to the level of classic art, pushing the boundaries of electric guitar, rock and improvisatory American music to establish the Allman Brothers as one of the foremost rock bands in history.
(WSJ) – Jazz has lost a friend and champion. Within the arts community, longtime Rep. John Conyers, who died Sunday at 90, was regarded as one of the most persistent and influential advocates of this uniquely American music.
(The Times) – This is the time of year when I get the paper-flower question. Living in California, but born in Britain, I am one of a tiny number of people here who wear a poppy in the week before Remembrance Day. Hence the question: “Hey, Niall, what’s with the red paper flower?” I don’t mind explaining. I wear it in memory of my grandfathers, John Ferguson and Tom Hamilton.
(Goldman Sachs) – US Secretary of Defense Mark Esper reflects on his service in the US Army, his views on events shaping America’s national security interests globally, and his thoughts on running the largest employer in the country.
(Yahoo Finance) – Massive student debt forgiveness — a centerpiece of the campaigns of both Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders — has gone bipartisan. And no wonder. With 43 million people holding student debt and pretty much everyone in the country knowing someone who is struggling with it, the issue has powerful political appeal.
(CNBC) – Pfizer board member and former FDA commissioner, Dr. Scott Gottlieb discusses e-cigarettes and how the administration is handling them.
(CNBC) – By spending less and saving more, a good number of American households are showing their Fed independence. Washington’s policymakers should do the same.
(Fox) – Vice President Mike Pence’s chief of staff Marc Short discusses violence in Hong Kong, President Trump’s speech on the economy, and more.
(Military.com) – Sgt. John Peck had already been blown up once before deploying to Afghanistan in 2010.
(The New Yorker) – Discussed Trump’s views on China, whether there was a quid pro quo in the President’s dealings with Ukraine, and the real reason that conservatives will never give up on Trump.
(CBC) – Photojournalist and non-profit founder Paul Nicklen has been inducted into the International Photography Hall of Fame in St. Louis, Missouri.
(The Atlantic) – Nikki Haley, the bright hope of Trump-skeptical Republicans, has placed a big bet that the Republican future will be almost as Trump-y as the recent Republican past.
(Gingrich 360) – The massacre of nine Americans – including six children – in Northern Mexico this week was the latest shocking reminder of a stark reality: Our next-door neighbor has a huge, dangerous organized crime problem.
(CNBC) – Marc Short joins CNBC’s “Closing Bell” to talk about the latest China trade negotiations.
(CNN) – For the first time in 19 years, a team of scientists has detected a new strain of HIV. Dr. Sanjay Gupta has the details.
(Fox Business) – Former speaker of the house Newt Gingrich argues the U.S. should create a tax credit for any company that wants to move its production out of China to any place else in the world.
(The Atlantic) – The Republican incumbent couldn’t overcome the unpopularity of the party’s agenda. That doesn’t bode well for the GOP in 2020.
(STAT) – Americans are under siege by drug-resistant bacteria.
(Fox News) – In the age of Huawei, the Belt and Road Initiative, and China’s state-sponsored companies, we need the United States Export-Import Bank more than ever.
(American Thought Leaders) – According to former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, why is communist-ruled China America’s greatest threat?
(CNN) – Vaping is believed to have caused one mother’s death, but as Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports, making the official determination is proving to be very difficult.
(CBS 58) – One year after Scott Walker’s tenure as governor ended he sits down to discuss how he’s moved on from holding public office.
(CNBC) – Elizabeth Warren’s $20.5 trillion plan to provide health care for all Americans is being attacked by Republicans and fellow Democrats. Dr. Zeke Emanuel, University of Pennsylvania vice provost and architect of Obamacare, and Dr. Scott Gottlieb, a Pfizer board member and former FDA commissioner, join CNBC to discuss.
(CMS.gov) – By strengthening the natural nexus between medicine and the market, we are reinforcing America’s position as the global leader in innovation, while advancing our goal of improving the health and lives of our beneficiaries.
(The Chronicle of Philanthropy) – This week’s Business of Giving features Carly Fiorina, former CEO of Hewlett-Packard, a Republican presidential candidate in 2016, and the founder of the Unlocking Potential Foundation. She is also the author of Find Your Way: Unleash Your Power and Highest Potential.
(Fox Nerws) – The Berlin Wall divided East and West Germany and was a visible reminder of the Cold War from 1961 until almost exactly 30 years ago – Nov. 9, 1989 – when the East German government announced its citizens could visit West Germany and West Berlin.
(Chicago Tribune) – An industrial engineering major from Peoria, Ill., Girardi took Tamhane’s statistics course in the mid-1980s and received a final grade that didn’t measure up to what he felt certain he had earned.
(The Boston Globe) – Thirty years ago, I was in love — with Berlin.
(The Atlantic) – President Donald Trump is not much of a humorist, yet he never tires of joking that he might not leave office.
(Fox Business) – Former Ambassador to China under President Obama Gary Locke discusses the trade war with China and the cultural history of China that frames their approach to trade negotiations.
(Yahoo) – Hudson Institute Chinese strategy director Michael Pillsbury joins FOX Business to analyze Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s speech at the Hudson Institute where he slammed ‘communist’ China.
(Financial Times) – On the evening of November 9, 1989, Berliners from the east poured through the wall that had divided them from West Germans for 28 years.
(Dan Patrick Show) – New Philadelphia Phillies manager, Joe Girardi discusses returning to Managing, the World Series, and more baseball news.
(CNBC) – Ray LaHood, former U.S. transportation secretary, talks to CNBC ahead of Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg’s testimony before the U.S. Senate. LaHood says the biggest task for Muilenburg is to assure the public the planes will be safe.
(Yahoo Finance) – Tempus, a technology company advancing precision medicine through the practical application of artificial intelligence in healthcare, today announced that Dr. Scott Gottlieb, MD, has joined its Board of Directors.
(Bloomberg) – Hoover Institution Senior Fellow Niall Ferguson talks about his outlook for the U.K. economy, the EU, Brexit and the U.S.-China trade war.
(Bloomberg) – BlackRock Inc. is enlisting a former vice chairman of the Federal Reserve to help bolster its investment analysis across asset classes.
(The Boston Globe) – As revolutionary anthems go, “Baby Shark” is unusual. The bloodthirsty “Marseillaise” it ain’t, nor the once-stirring, now threadbare “Internationale.” When the hippie radicals of 1968 took to the streets, their soundtrack was classic rock ’n’ roll: the Beatles’ “Revolution” or the Rolling Stones’ “Street Fighting Man.” And yet “Baby Shark”— vacuous, repetitive, inane, infantile — is in many ways an appropriate anthem for our times.
(McKinsey & Company) – Inequality is rising within developed economies, and net incomes are flat or falling as well. But GDP per capita is steadily rising in these countries at the same time. Are we measuring the wrong metric when it comes to progress?
(Scientific American) – Paul Romer, an expert in what’s known as endogenous growth theory and winner of the 2018 Nobel prize in economics, speaks to Scientific American about seeing economic growth as increased value, akin to when ingredients in a recipe are used to create a dish worth more than the original raw materials. His research concludes that investment in people, knowledge and innovation are primary growth factors.
(Bloomberg) – Nobel Laureate and NYU Stern School of Business Professor of Economics, Paul Romer discusses the impact of trade on the global economy and if slow trade will continue.
(ESPN) – The Philadelphia Phillies have hired former New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi as their next skipper.
(Fox News) – China has dramatically modernized and grown its economy, military, and influence around the world in a relatively short time. In its own right, it has ascended from being a mostly backward country under the rule of Mao Zedong to being a genuine world power today.
(The Dallas Morning News) – We won’t get security by being locked into a relentless confrontation with a country that has nuclear weapons.
(The View) – The former House speaker discusses why he think China is the greatest threat to America.
(The Atlantic) – Almost alone among the advanced democracies, the country has been bypassed by reactionary populism.
(Fox Nation) – Newt Gingrich tells ‘Deep Dive’ that President Trump is right to confront the Chinese regime on trade and democracy, but that these challenges won’t be resolved overnight.
(Fox News) – Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich asks why do Pelosi and Schiff feel they have to make an impeachment case in secret?
(Fox News) – For decades, American leaders have accepted a fantasy version of China.
(TIME) – Annie Leibovitz, who has been photographing the world’s most influential figures for the past 49 years, revealed last week a new campaign called “Face Forward” shot exclusively on the Google Pixel smartphone.
(The German Marshall Fund of the United States) – A conversation with U.S. Secretary of Defense, Dr. Mark T. Esper.
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(CBS News) – As trade tensions continue with China, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich warns Beijing may be the biggest threat the U.S. is facing.
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(The Atlantic) – America has a great deal at stake in the negotiations, but has gone entirely AWOL.
(The Boston Globe) – An unusual thing happened last week. Mark Zuckerberg, the chief executive of Facebook, gave a speech with which I mostly agreed.
(The Atlantic) – The British people have changed their mind about Brexit. Beginning in the summer of 2017, and accelerating in the summer of 2018 by an ever wider margin, British people have told pollsters that they voted wrong in the Brexit referendum of June 2016.
(Yahoo Finance) – Bank lobbyists, like magicians, are skilled at the art of legerdemain.
(Fox News) – For many decades, Americans thought communist-ruled China would evolve into a free and open system similar to our own. We were completely wrong.
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(Star Advertiser) – A critically ill Hawaiian monk seal has been rescued from Kauai for the second time and is now under the care of a monk seal hospital in Kailua-Kona.
(American Veterinarian) – Becoming a TED fellow was a goal Claire Simeone, DVM, had been working toward for a long time. But actually learning that she had been selected into the 2018 class was surreal. “It was amazing,” she recalled. “It was like a dream come true.”
(The Atlantic) – The English nationalism that powers Brexit is repelling the rest of the United Kingdom.
(The Atlantic) – The British system of government as we know it has collapsed.
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(Washington Post) – Rightsizing the NSC staff reflects the president’s vision for a lean, efficient government that is focused on the core national interests of the United States.
(USA Today) – The current collective bargaining agreement between the NFL’s owners and players union will expire in a season-and-a-half. There’s a strong belief among many within players and owners’ circles that the best bet to avoid a work stoppage is to reach an agreement within the next few months.
(The Boston Globe) – Is it conceivable that, in just over a year’s time, Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts could defeat Donald Trump to become America’s first woman president? Yes. Here’s why.
(Fox News) – China’s aggressive response to the National Basketball Association after one of its members expressed support of democracy in Hong Kong is yet another reminder that the Chinese Communist Party is a totalitarian dictatorship that wants to lessen freedom and bolster its own influence across the globe.
(CNBC) – With news that the recent rise in lung illnesses has been linked to tainted marijuana liquid, former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb’s asking the federal government to step in. In his most recent Wall Street Journal opinion piece, Dr. Gottlieb says it’s time to challenge state pot laws which he says promotes risky use of the controversial drug.
(CNBC) – Michael Pillsbury, Hudson Institute, discusses the state of U.S.-China trade and where talks could be headed.
(CNN) – 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders sits down with CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta to talk about his recovery and health after suffering from a heart attack.
(Wall Street Journal) – Doctors have linked a tragic wave of lung injuries and deaths to the vaping of tainted marijuana concentrates. The episode reveals the dangers created by the federal government’s decadelong refusal to challenge state laws legalizing pot and promoting risky uses of its derivatives.
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(CNBC) – Full interview with Carly Fiorina, former CEO of Hewlett-Packard and chairman of Carly Fiorina Enterprises, and her take on U.S.-China trade tensions, Hong Kong protests, corporate governance and more.
(The Boston Globe) – Two weeks ago, I bet the Chinese economist Justin Yifu Lin 20,000 yuan that China’s economy — defined as gross domestic product in current US dollars—will never overtake that of the United States. Most informed people would expect me to lose that bet.
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(Fox News) – Most any person who keeps up with American politics today – and wants to keep his or her sanity – must, from time to time, step away from the news-social media idea storm and engage a diversion.
(The Atlantic) – Under-30s in Europe are more disposed than their parents are to view poverty as a result of an individual’s choice.
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(CNN) – When [Dr. Gupta] released “Weed” in 2013, few people had ever heard of cannabidiol, or CBD. Now, two-thirds of Americans are familiar with the compound, and 1 in 7 have tried it. Most of the country, 93%, are in favor of medical marijuana and hemp-derived CBD itself, which has less than 0.3% THC, has been legalized in every state.
(The Atlantic ) – During the Lewinsky scandal, Clinton focused on doing his job. Trump isn’t even pretending.
(The Boston Globe) – The key point “Chernobyl” makes is that the chronic inefficiency, corruption and untruthfulness of Soviet life guaranteed that one day a catastrophe like the explosion of the Chernobyl reactor would happen — and that the first impulse of the country’s communist rulers would be to try to cover it up.
(The Atlantic) – An impeachment of President Donald Trump is both deserved and dangerous. That it’s deserved is clear from each day’s news reports. The danger is getting lost in the rush of events.
(Newsweek) – As the Hong Kong protests continue and the calls for freedom for the people of Hong Kong become more widespread, the United States now has an opportunity to take action.
(CNN) – Greta Thunberg, a 16-year-old Swedish activist, just reminded us all what exactly is at stake with the crisis of climate change.
(Seattle Times) – More than 11,000 people are experiencing homelessness in King County and Seattle. That is a big problem — but communities around the country have implemented effective policies and solutions, and so can we.
(The Atlantic) – The Ukraine scandal confirms that Trump knows he can act with impunity—and no one will stop him.
(The Times) – So which dystopia are we living in? Orwell and Huxley were not the first to fear an age of mass surveillance.
(The Boston Globe) – China’s online payment platforms are the real threat to US hegemony.
(Washington Post) – With the selection of a competent, fair and intelligent aide to assist in the execution of the administration’s policies, Trump has made a confidence-building choice in a time of rising international tensions.
(The Atlantic) – A whistleblower complaint raises the possibility that President Trump has betrayed the duties of his office.
(Fox Business) – The high-speed rail in California is a disastrous project that, once again, made headlines. The Los Angeles Times broke the story that top California Democratic legislators agreed to divert billions in remaining bullet-train funds to the Los Angeles region and the San Francisco Bay Area rail systems.
(Fox Business) – Hudson Institute Senior Fellow Michael Pillsbury explains how the Hong Kong protests could impact a trade deal between the U.S. and China.
(The Washington Post) – After Carly Fiorina, 65, ended her GOP presidential primary run in 2016, the former chief executive of Hewlett-Packard dedicated herself to leadership training. Despite a recent microburst of media speculation that she might launch a primary challenge to President Trump, she has “no plans” to run, according to a source close to her.
(The Atlantic) – President Trump’s threats of retaliation for strikes on Saudi oil facilities seem premature.
(Fox News) – As the 2020 election nears, we are going to hear more and more about all the divides in America. The national media are going to latch onto and amplify all the ways in which Americans disagree with one another.
(The Washington Times) – On the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, I was filling the kids’ bowls full of cereal before sending them off to school. Tonette called me from work and told me to turn on the television in the living room. I did.
(The Elm) – This past summer, former Washington College President Sheila Bair donated $20,000 to the Washington Scholars program.
(CNBC) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb, a member on Pfizer’s board and former FDA commissioner, discusses the White House announcing a possible ban on e-cigarettes.
(Fox News) – Newt Gingrich reacts to President Trump’s rally in North Carolina, Trump’s 2020 chances.
(Bloomberg) – This year’s Nobel Prize in Economics went to William Nordhaus and Paul Romer, both very deserving and indeed anticipated picks. Nordhaus is best known for his models of the cost of climate change, and Romer for his work on the dynamics of ideas and economic growth.
(Bloomberg) – Paul Romer, NYU Stern Professor of Economics and recipient of the 2018 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences, discusses his proposal to tax digital advertising revenue of technology companies in lieu of regulation.
(Bloomberg) – NYU Stern School Professor of Economics Paul Romer, recipient of the 2018 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences, discusses the economic impact of proposals to increase taxes on the wealthy in the United States.
(Bloomberg) – NYU Stern Professor of Economics and 2018 Nobel Laureate in Economics Paul Romer discusses the impact of uncertainty from trade, tariffs, and politics on markets and investing.
(TIME) – How do you weigh the economic benefit of the thoughts in Bill Gates’ head? The sand on a beach can be measured, but how do you calibrate the value of the idea that turned those silica grains into silicon microchips? Though they sound like questions from a Mensa parlor game, they’re actually from the work of economist Paul Romer, and his answers may just revolutionize the study of economics.
(The Wall Street Journal) – A Democratic U.S. presidential candidate has pledged to grow the economy by spending hundreds of billions of dollars on college education and eliminating tax deductions for the wealthy. A Republican promises to bring the growth rate to 4% a year by cutting taxes and reducing government regulations. How do we know what might work?
(The New York Times) – Forgive Paul M. Romer for turning two of the greatest days of his life into a one-day event. He was just being economical.
(New York Times) – Just after Barack Obama’s election in November, Rahm Emanuel, his chief of staff, made this memorable statement to an interviewer: “You never want a serious crisis to go to waste.”
(New York Times) – Shortly after the 2009 coup that overthrew Manuel Zelaya, Honduras’s newly elected president, Porfirio Lobo, asked his aides to think big, really big. How could Honduras, the original banana republic, reform a political and economic system that kept nearly two-thirds of its people in grim poverty?
(Financial Times) – As the World Bank’s board considers nominations for the institution’s next president (Donald Trump is expected to nominate David Malpass, the US Treasury department’s top official on international affairs), there are two critical ways he or she can make the bank more effective.
(The New York Times) – Putting a levy on targeted ad revenue would give Facebook and Google a real incentive to change their dangerous business models.
(The Boston Globe) – To lose 21 members of Parliament may be regarded as a misfortune; to lose your own brother looks like carelessness.
(The Atlantic) – Whatever else he has been through in his career, John Bolton is a patriot. He has been impelled by a strong vision of the national interest.
(CNBC) -Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former FDA commissioner and currently a member of Pfizer’s board, discusses the five deaths that have now been linked to vaping.
(Yahoo Finance) – Former FDIC Sheila Bair discusses the Federal Reserve’s plans to speed up money transfers with real-time payments.
(The Hill) – American Conservative Union Chair Matt Schlapp describes what he saw on the ground in Hong Kong during their latest protests.
(Newsweek) – When I reread Theodore White’s Making of the President 1972, the biggest surprise was not political, it was in policy.
(The New York Times) – Amid the desert orgies, Paul Romer investigates a provocative question: Is this bacchanal a model of urban planning?
(The Galen Institute) – From the start of 2017 through the fall of that year, Congress labored to pass legislation to replace large parts of the Affordable Care Act.
(Fox News) – The Chinese Communist Party faces a crisis of its own making in Hong Kong.
(CBS) – Jamal Simmons, David Frum, Michael Crowley and Laura Barron-Lopez discuss a new poll that shows Elizabeth Warren rising in aggregate early state contests.
(Fox News) – Imagine the power just went out. How would your life be immediately affected?
(CNBC) – Niall Ferguson, senior fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution, discusses world politics and the U.S.-China trade war.
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(The Wall Street Journal) – Lost foreign markets, retaliation, higher prices, falling investment. Where’s the upside?
(Washington Post) – A mysterious lung illness that appears to be associated with vaping has swept across the country over the past few months, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
(Yahoo Finance) – Big banks have been trying to build a new, faster payments system to dominate the way we move money among one another. Amid growing concern from smaller banks and financial technology companies over how they might wield such power, the Federal Reserve has rightly decided to step in with its own system.
(Miller Center) – The Miller Center is pleased to announce the appointment of Evan A. Feigenbaum, a former State Department diplomat and expert on East, South, and Central Asia with a longtime focus on China, as the next James R. Schlesinger Distinguished Professor.
(Fox Business) – Hudson Institute Senior Fellow Michael Pillsbury with the latest on the protests in Hong Kong and U.S. trade tensions with China.
(GZERO Media) – Historian Niall Ferguson explains why a new Cold War is heating up between the US and China, and why — unlike the old brouhaha with the Soviets — this one is different.
(Fox News) – Labor Day is the perfect day to pause and appreciate the millions of people who get up every day to keep America (and the world) running.
(CNN) – Stacey Abrams is not running for Senate to replace Johnny Isakson, despite some high-level pressure from Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and many on Twitter urging her to step into the race.
(The Boston Globe) – The arrival of Greta Thunberg in New York on Thursday was one of many recent events that illustrate how rapidly modern environmentalism is degenerating into a millenarian cult.
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(New England Journal of Medicine) – In this period of uncertainty regarding the potential NTD risk conferred by DTG-based regimens, women’s autonomy to make their own health-related decisions must remain a central tenet of public health programs.
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(Fox News) – Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich reacts to the election news of the day on ‘Fox & Friends.’
(CNN) – Veteran doctors don’t need a blood test to tell when someone is on the verge of a drug overdose. They can even narrow down the culprit by observation alone.
(The Times) – Global games of chicken are frying our planet.
(Wall Street Journal) – Drugs grown in live cells are hard to replicate. But policy changes can help accelerate the process.
(Fox News) – Trump’s former press secretary sits down to discuss his announced casting on ABC’s ‘Dancing with the Stars’ and the social media firestorm it ignited.
(CNBC) – The Center for Disease Control reported 153 cases of severe lung disease linked to vaping in 16 states. In one case, an 18 year-old in Florida believes his lung collapsed after smoking an electronic cigarette. Investigators are looking into what’s causing these pulmonary illnesses. Former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb, who also recently joined Pfizer’s board, joins CNBC to discuss.
(Fox News) – Former House speaker and Fox News contributor Newt Gingrich reacts to President Trump shooting down speculation of a payroll tax cut and his feud with Reps. Tlaib and Omar on Israel.
(CNBC) – Former Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker discusses the escalating protests in Hong Kong are a “gut check” for the U.S.
(FOX) – Fox News national security correspondent talks with Defense Secretary Mark Esper about potential U.S. troop withdrawal from Afghanistan, terrorism in the Middle East, and his relationship with the press.
(Fox Business) – Hudson Institute Senior Fellow Michael Pillsbury discusses U.S. trade tensions with China and the impact of the protests in Hong Kong.
(Fox Business) – Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer on President Trump’s calls for a big Federal Reserve interest rate cut, the state of the economy and the mounting controversy over Israel.
(CNBC) – Former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb discusses what the government can do to lessen teen use but also make sure the product is available for adults who are trying to quit smoking.
(The Boston Globe) – Edward Lorenz, the pioneer of chaos theory, famously suggested that the flapping of a butterfly’s wings in Brazil could set off a tornado in Texas. Even a tiny disturbance, he argued, can have huge effects in a complex system governed by nonlinear relationships.
(Fox News) – Over the past two months, the world has seen the people of Hong Kong bravely stand up to the growing threat of totalitarianism.
(The Atlantic) – The best way for Israel to strengthen its hand is not by waging war to the utmost against its opponents, but by maximizing the number and range of its friends.
(Fox News) – As the 2020 election campaign heats up, our trade conflict with China evolves, and we all become absorbed in other world events, it’s important that we do not lose track of a critical opportunity America has now to continue to lead the future of space travel.
(Business Wire) – Ray Mabus, the 75th Secretary of the United States Navy, who served from 2009-2017, will join InStride as Chair, Board of Directors announced Vivek Sharma, InStride’s CEO and founder.
(Morning Read) – It’s Wednesday at the Masters and a bona fide hall-of-famer sits on his scooter a foot or two from me, checking out the spectators swarming past. We’re under the old oak, in the shade. It’s the place to be.
(Irish Examiner) – Forget Tiger Woods and his remarkable victory at the Masters in April. The greatest comeback in golf that I know of is Dennis Walters who went from promising young golfer one day to a paraplegic the next.
(The Atlantic) – Today, President Donald Trump accused his predecessor Bill Clinton—or possibly his 2016 campaign opponent, the former first lady and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton—of complicity in the death of the accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein.
(Fox News) – Genetic testing has become a multi-billion dollar direct-to-consumer business. There are tests available now to discover who your ancestors were, reveal your food allergies, and even uncover inherited chronic diseases.
(CNBC) – Michael Pillsbury, Trump China advisor, discusses the U.S.-China trade war and the President’s China strategy.
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(CNBC) – Former U.S. ambassador to China Gary Locke joins CNBC to discuss the escalating U.S.-China trade war and whether progress toward a deal is being made.
(CNN) – America is mourning, once again, the senseless loss of life from mass shootings. At least 31 people were killed over the weekend in Texas and Ohio. They were students, young parents, grandmothers and grandfathers. Their lives were cut short while they shopped for school supplies or enjoyed a night out.
(Financial Times) – Politicising accounting standards is a terrible idea that will come back to bite
(CMS.gov) – AMR is a public health crisis in desperate need of innovation.
(The Washington Post) – Last month, I told a federal court of appeals it should affirm a preliminary injunction preventing the Air Force from discharging service members with HIV.
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(The Times) – The wily president has turned the tables on once-mighty central bankers
(The Atlantic) – There is one developed country—and only one—in which it is not only legal, but easy and convenient, to amass a private arsenal of mass slaughter. That country also happens to be the one—and the only one—regularly afflicted by mass slaughters perpetrated by aggrieved individuals.
(Fox News) – As I have written before, the brave men and women who work in our intelligence community rarely get the praise they deserve – or the ability to share their stories.
(Health Affairs) – Financial incentives for prescribing antibiotics are misaligned under Medicare’s hospital payment system.
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(NYC) – The diplomat, Robert O’Brien, usually deals with hostage situations in war-torn countries. President Trump sent him to Sweden for an assault trial.
(Fox Business) – Hudson Institute Chinese Strategy Director Michael Pillsbury discusses the Trump administration trade negotiations with China.
(Fox News) – With the single exception of George Washington, President Abraham Lincoln is likely the most important president in American history.
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(The Washington Post) – Cannabidiol — better known as CBD — is everywhere, from small specialty shops to large national retail chains. It can be found in foods, supplements, drugs, oils, creams, pet foods and more, and sellers purport that the compound treats everything from cancer to depression.
(Fox News) – New British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has taken charge with historic speed and decisiveness. Whether he can finish Brexit by Oct. 31 – and win a general election – remains to be seen.
(The Times) – PM’s road out of the EU is paved with rocks and hard places
(CNN) – Dear State Representative Robert Foster and former Chief Justice Bill Waller Jr., At a time when young people in your state of Mississippi are dealing with both the lowest earnings and the highest unemployment rate for their age group, when tens of thousands of people don’t have health insurance in part because of the refusal of current leadership to expand Medicaid, you have made your way into the headlines by boldly pledging not to meet alone with a woman other than your wife.
World Golf Hall of Fame member Dennis Walters shares with you his remarkable and compelling story of one of the greatest comebacks in sports history. Come along for a forty-five year life journey which begins with Dennis lying paralyzed in a hospital bed at age 24 to him reaching the pinnacle of any golfers career-membership […]
(Fox News) – Newt Gingrich discusses the Mueller report, the upcoming departure of National Intelligence Director Dan Coats and the divisions within the Democratic Party.
(Fox News) – Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer says Democrats need to keep the Mueller report alive in order to fire up their base.
(Wall Street Journal) – It’s the law’s least popular provision, but its goal of discouraging lavish employer plans is worthy.
(Fox News) – In his 1989 movie, “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade,” Steven Spielberg has a remarkable scene of Nazi book burning. The looks of ecstasy as the actors-playing-Germans parade past Hitler and throw inappropriate books on the fire are compelling and convincing. These people are cleansing their society of past and future sins.
(AEI) – Senior citizens are facing increasing and often significant burdens from rising out-of-pocket costs on drugs that they need to improve their health while many observers worry about the long run stability of the Part D program.
(The Atlantic) – It’s becoming almost a daily occurrence: President Donald Trump denouncing anti-Semitism and expressing solidarity with the state of Israel.
(Fox News) – American Conservative Union chair Matt Schlapp discusses the difference in rhetoric for the 2020 presidential race.
The first person to tweet from space and a four-time spacewalker on two missions to the Hubble Space Telescope, including the final Hubble servicing mission, which has been called the most dangerous and complex mission in space shuttle history, Mike Massimino uses humor and his unique storytelling ability to inspire audiences to identify the passion […]
(Fox News) – I was fortunate to speak with author Daniel Silva about Russia’s covert operations and his new spy novel, “The New Girl,” on this week’s episode of my “Newt’s World” podcast.
(Yahoo Finance) – So it is with income share agreements, or ISAs — a new way to finance college, where students are only obliged to pay an affordable percentage of their income after they graduate, instead of a fixed-debt obligation. While the concept of ISAs seems to have support among Republicans and Democrats, its very name is prompting partisan sword-fighting.
(Fox News) – In this column, I want to sound a warning about how things could go wrong, particularly when it comes to the president’s efforts to lower prescription drug prices.
(CNBC) – Sheila Bair, former FDIC chair, discusses Powell’s comments to congress, the economy and the markets.
(The Street) – Newt Gingrich, a former Speaker of the House, weighed in on the U.S.-China trade deal, President Trump’s social media presence, his focus on gene therapy and his advice for investors.
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(The Times) – The redundancies at Deutsche Bank show we’re still feeling the economic effects of 2008. In an extract from a new edition of his book The Ascent of Money, Niall Ferguson warns more turmoil is on the way
(Wall Street Journal) – I once opened a speech by confessing to a crowd of Jews that I used to hate them.
(Conde Nast Traveler) – Cristina Mittermeier didn’t set out to be an award-winning wildlife photographer. She’s a marine biologist by trade. But when an exhibition at the Houston Museum of Natural History included some photos she had taken on her ex-husband’s camera—and credited him—she saw an opportunity.
(The Atlantic) – The president is trying to divide the House caucus and force it to fight the election on his terms. So far, it’s working.
(YAF) – Young America’s Foundation Announces Governor Scott Walker As President-Elect
(Fox News) – Buzz Aldrin has been a close friend of mine for many years. He is an American icon and hero, who will forever be remembered as one of the few Americans who took the first small steps into the next era of humankind.
(CNBC) – Former FDIC Chair Sheila Bair discusses her ‘Invest in You: Ready. Set. Grow.’ op-ed on how credit card mismanagement is adding to millennials’ financial woes.
(Fox News) Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer discusses the census citizenship question.
(PragerU) – Renowned Oxford-trained historian Niall Ferguson recounts his recent experience of becoming an American citizen. His unique impressions are both moving and surprising — even to him.
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(Newsweek) – The US economy is a behemoth. With an estimated $21.06 trillion gross domestic product, no other country on the planet can match our overall economic strength—without cheating, anyway.
(Yahoo Finance) – Facebook (FB) Mark Zuckerberg’s recent announcement of ambitious plans to launch a new, global cryptocurrency called Libra has been met with understandable alarm, particularly among regulators and consumer advocates.
(The Atlantic) – The president’s speech existed only to provide a reason why he needed to stand in one place long enough for five waves of warplanes to cross the sky.
(CNBC) – Former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb was recently elected to the board of Pfizer. He joins “Squawk Box” to discuss the news as well as his thoughts on drug prices and “Medicare for All.”
(CNN) – Jen Principe and Toni Musso, two women who convinced a man not to take his own life, say they were inspired by CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta’s story on suicide prevention.
(The Atlantic) – Until the United States establishes and articulates clear rules, the crisis at the border will continue.
(The Globe and Mail) – Like fears of a European superstate, party hierarchies are passé
(Newsweek) – The first Democratic debates reinforced an instinct I first had months ago. Kamala Harris had the best debate of the 20 people on stage. She had the best one-liner. She had the most commanding presence. She felt the most energized and best prepared.
(CNBC) – Gary Locke, former U.S. ambassador to China, joins “Closing Bell” to discuss the latest in U.S.-China trade relations.
(Fox News) – Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich reacts to President Trump’s handling of Iran, North Korea and the border crisis.
(CNN) – A few years ago, I read reports of an indigenous tribe living deep in the Amazon rainforest whose members had hardly any evidence of heart disease. In fact, the researchers concluded after a year-long study that the Tsimane, as they are called, had the healthiest hearts in the world, a title previously held by Japanese women.
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(Fox Business) – The threat of new tariffs looms over the meeting between Trump and Xi at the G20 Summit. Former U.S. Ambassador to China under Obama Gary Locke with more.
(Fox News) – The intelligence community plays a vital role in our national security. The brave men and women who serve our nation in this capacity rarely – if ever – are recognized publicly for their courageous work.
(Radio.com) – Navy Veteran Ray Mabus was the Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) the day Osama Bin Laden was killed. In addition to being SECNAV for 8 years, he served as the United States Ambassador to Saudi Arabia from 1994 to 1996.
(Bloomberg) – Sheila Bair, founder at Volcker Alliance and former head of FDIC, discusses the 2019 Federal Reserve big bank stress tests.
(The Atlantic) – Instead of defending Obamacare, the candidates are abandoning it.
(Fox News) – Sen. Lamar Alexander’s leadership in the Senate has produced the best opportunity for bipartisan legislative progress in health care before the 2020 election.
(CBS Boston) – Boston College baseball and softball players will soon do their training inside the Pete Frates Center. BC is honoring their former baseball captain by naming their new training facility after him, the school announced Wednesday.
(The Financial Times) – Washington’s decision to blacklist Huawei, preventing US companies from buying its products, may be a death sentence for China’s leading technology group.
(The Wall Street Journal) – Electronic cigarettes are less harmful than traditional cigarettes, but they aren’t safe. There’s evidence they can damage the lungs, and they’re also a path to nicotine addiction.
(Herald-Mail Media) – If Brad Parscale had not lost his job and gotten food poisoning in 2002, he might never have bought a how-to book on building websites or found time to read it and start his own web design and marketing firm.
(The Times) – A mercurial genius, the Oxford historian who died last week at 78 won the ear of power and the hearts of students, including this Sunday Times columnist
(CNBC) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former FDA commissioner and CNBC contributor, discusses Juul’s recent city-wide ban in San Francisco. Gottlieb tells Becky Quick that investors had to know Juul planned to sell to youths.
(Fox News) – America First Action PAC senior adviser Sean Spicer discusses the impact the president live tweeting the debate could have.
(The Washington Times) – Bottom-line: Most Americans already believe that Congress is paid too much.
(Bloomberg) – David Rubenstein sits down with former White House Chief of Staff General John Kelly for a conversation about working with President Donald Trump, his military career and his views on immigration and the Mexican border issue.
(CBS Evening News) – With President Trump formally kicking off his re-election bid, Brad Parscale discusses the latest polls, immigration and the end of the Mueller probe.
(Fox News) – As the president formally kicks off his reelection campaign, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich breaks down the campaign challenges facing both parties.
(Fox Business) – Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer on the 2020 presidential race.
(CNBC) – Sheila Bair, former chair of the FDIC, discusses Facebook’s new cryptocurrency and the possibilities for the Fed’s own digital currency.
(Bloomberg) – Michael Pillsbury, director of Chinese strategy center at the Hudson Institute, discusses President Trump’s comments on Hong Kong-China relations, the U.S.-China trade negotiations and the future of U.S.-Hong Kong relations.
(Fox News) – One of the most important struggles on the planet is taking place right now between the people of Hong Kong and the dictatorship of General Secretary Xi Jinping.
(The Boston Globe) – ‘Boris sometimes seems affronted when criticised for what amounts to a gross failure of responsibility (and surprised at the same time that he was not appointed captain of school for next half). I think he honestly believes that it is churlish of us not to regard him as an exception, one who should be free of the network of obligation which binds everyone else.”
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(Fox News) – Sarah Sanders did a phenomenal job as White House press secretary, says former White House press secretary Sean Spicer.
(Fox News) – Over the last several days, more than a million Hong Kong residents have flooded the streets and demonstrated against a proposed law that would let the semi-independent government there turn residents accused of crimes in mainland China over to communist authorities in Beijing.
(Mid Hudson News) – Two-time Purple Heart recipient Sgt. John Peck, who has been traveling across the country telling his story of inspiration in his book “Rebuilding Sergeant Peck: How I Put Body and Soul Back Together After Afghanistan,” visited the Hudson Valley, Wednesday evening, to talk with locals about his experiences overseas that left him a quadruple-amputee and his journey to receiving a cutting-edge organ transplant.
(Newsy) – Carly Fiorina knows what it takes to stand out on a debate stage. Now she’s giving advice to 2020 candidates, particularly the women.
(The Atlantic) – The president says he’d do it all again.
(The Rich Roll Podcast) – Dr. Sanjay Gupta discusses his remarkable career, the importance of storytelling in journalism, what it was like covering conflict zones overseas, the current state of healthcare in America, and insights he learned doing his CNN original series, “Chasing Life.”
(The Times) – Big tech companies are openly engaged in political censorship
(Newt Gingrich) – In June 1979, Pope John Paul II embarked on a nine-day pilgrimage to Poland that transformed Eastern Europe – and the world. In a momentous homily delivered from Victory Square in Warsaw, he declared “it is not possible to understand the history of the Polish nation without Christ,” reminding the millions suffering under communist rule of their country’s rich history, the dignity of human life, and their natural, God-given rights.
(Dr. Oz) – Dr. Sanjay Gupta discuss the e-cigarette epidemic. Dr. Gupta speaks about the dangerous ingredients and potential consequences of using this device Find out Juul’s response to the outcry.
(Fox News) – This is a week of historic liberation dates. The most famous is the 75th anniversary of the landing at Normandy on D-Day — June 6, 1944.
(CNBC) – FDA officials are hearing from executives at CBD companies, advocacy groups and researchers during an all-day meeting. Former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb discusses the current landscape of CBD.
(Fox News) – The 30th anniversary of the massacre at Tiananmen Square is a good time to face the truth about the Chinese communist totalitarian dictatorship. The real lesson is one almost no one wants to think about.
(Fox Business) – Lt. Col. Allen West on getting veterans access to quality health care and the border crisis.
(The Atlantic) – The battle is long over, but the fight against extremist illiberal politics is not.
(Fox News) – Newt Gingrich on the Federal Reserve, the potential tariffs against Mexico and border security.
(The Times) – Britons sneer at the president, but America is in better shape than we are
(Fox News) – Former U.S. Ambassador to China Gary Locke on the economic impact of tariffs.
(CNBC) – Financial historian and Stanford professor Niall Ferguson admits he lost fifty percent on an investment he made in 2018. But he believes that kind of risk isn’t such a big a deal, so long as you don’t bet the house. Here’s his best advice on how to begin investing your money.
(The Atlantic) – After another mass shooting, this time in Virginia Beach, the world looks bleak. But hope is on the horizon.
(Fox News) – Seventy-five years ago this week, on June 6, 1944, 156,000 Allied Forces stormed the beaches of Normandy, France.
Duncan Wardle, formerly Disney’s Head of Innovation and Creativity, works with brands like Coca-Cola, Ford, and Johnson & Johnson to create a culture of creativity across everything they touch. As a senior executive with the Walt Disney Company, Duncan infused a culture of innovation with a start-up mindset across one of the most creative companies […]
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(The Washington Times) – During the past year, more people were employed in Wisconsin than ever before in the history of the state. Throughout the same time period, the unemployment rate was at or below the previous record low of 3 percent for 12 months in a row.
(Health Affairs) – The U.S. system for pricing drug innovation is forged on a careful balance between innovation and access. On the whole, American consumers consent to market-based pricing for novel drugs as a way to drive investment and reward scientific success. But no system is optimal. Too many patients struggle to obtain access to the resulting breakthroughs. Healthcare costs are straining public and private budgets.
(The Atlantic) – If the Democrats move ahead, it will backfire.
(Fox News) – Gallup has analyzed the mood of the American people and come up with warnings for both President Trump and his Democratic rivals.
(The Atlantic) – The special counsel pointed back to the words of his report. Here are its key findings.
(CNS News) – It is the day after Memorial Day and pools are open, sales are over, and those hot dogs at the baseball parks are still awfully expensive. And yes, those who we honored yesterday still lie in their final duty stations. But the question is, what shall we do for the next 364 days until the next Memorial Day?
(Salon) – An IED injury in Afghanistan left Marine Sgt. John Peck a quadruple amputee with prosthetics until this surgery
(The Cut) – Since his appointment in May of 2017, Gottlieb has earned wide bipartisan support as a public-health advocate (also unexpected, given his previous ties to the pharmaceutical industry), due in large part to his efforts to curb the opioid epidemic, which he told CNN last year was the “biggest crisis” facing the FDA.
(CNBC) – The departure of Scott Gottlieb from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday is a potential blow to Silicon Valley.
(Modern Healthcare) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb has taken industry skeptics by surprise.
(CNBC) – In his nearly two years at the helm of the FDA, Gottlieb advanced sweeping initiatives like making cigarettes minimally or non-addictive and approving generic drugs faster. He published roughly 175 commissioner statements and gave countless media interviews, helping raise the FDA’s stature and influence.
(Washington Post) – ONE OF the Trump administration’s most competent, careful and effective senior officers will soon leave government. At stake is the health of millions of Americans.
(Politico) – FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, who shocked Washington with news of his resignation on Tuesday, will leave the agency at the end of this month with a track record of activism and regulatory actions.
(PBS’s To The Contrary) – Carly Fiorina discusses Leadership and and her new book Find Your Way.
(The Boston Globe) – Regular readers of this column will not have been surprised by the outbreak of the Second Cold War. Ever since President Trump imposed the first tariffs on Chinese imports last year, I have argued that the trade war between the United States and China would last longer than most people expected and that it would escalate into other forms of warfare.
(The Daily Wire) – Newt Gingrich, former U.S. Speaker of the House and best selling author of “Collusion: A Novel,” joins The Ben Shapiro Show to discuss China, Russia, the Mueller Report, Trump impeachment, Biden’s chances, welfare, the future of the country, and much more.
(CNBC) – Niall Ferguson, Hoover Institution, joins CNBC to discuss the future of Brexit following Theresa May’s announcement that she will resign as U.K. prime minister on June 7th.
(Fox News) – It’s that time of year when all across the country high school seniors will “move the tassel” and become high school graduates. For millions of these young men and women, the next stop will be college and preparing for their lives as adults.
(Fox News) – For Memorial Day, I wanted to honor those who have served, fought and died for our country.
(The Washington Times) – A decade after the massive government bailouts for Wall Street, some of the financial intelligentsia in New York and Washington no longer seem to view them as a bad thing.
(The Atlantic) – The president directed his attorney general to declassify information—raising the prospect of selective disclosures.
(The Washington Times) – Thank God for heroes like my friend Congressional Medal of Honor recipient Gary Wetzel. We are thankful that there are men and women like him who are willing to sacrifice everything to protect our great country.
Scott Gottlieb, MD is a practicing physician and served as the 23rd Commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration. A leading expert in health policy, Dr. Gottlieb’s work focuses on providing insights into the economic and technological forces driving the transformation of healthcare. Dr. Gottlieb is widely published in leading medical journals and periodicals and […]
(The Daily Wire) – Carly Fiorina, former CEO of Hewlett-Packard, 2016 presidential candidate, and best selling author of “Find Your Way: Unleash Your Power And Highest Potential,” joins Ben to discuss women in the workplace, gender issues, the 2016 election, Trump, Biden, the Democrats, the future of the GOP, and much more.
A virtuous mind and voice in conservation photography and one of the most influential female photographers in the world, Cristina Mittermeier began her career as a Marine Biologist working in her native Mexico. She soon discovered that she could better advocate for the oceans and the planet through the lens of her camera than she […]
(Fox News) – In a bold move, Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson is both helping poor Americans and enforcing the law.
(The Boston Globe) – Protectionism hurts Beijing more than the US, and plays well politically
(CNBC) – Science offers the chance to cure debilitating and once-intractable disorders like hemophilia and sickle cell disease. But we need to make sure the ability to access these therapies, or the risk that someone can be locked out of them, doesn’t widen gaps between the rich and poor.
(Men’s Journal) – LAST FALL, Mittermeier, a Mexican-born marine biologist turned photographer, was shooting some 50 orcas hunting a school of herring in a fjord in Norway when a pod of 50-foot humpback whales passed just feet away. “There is a part of me that wants to push through fear to get images nobody else has,” she says. “So I know that if I am a little terrified, I am probably in the right spot. That is what swimming with wild orcas is all about—a mix of terror and glee.”
(Mother Nature Network) – It is no small task to take the good that can come of photography and turn it into a movement. But that’s just what Cristina Mittermeier has done with conservation photography.
(CNN) – As soon as Kevin’s hands left the 4-foot-high railing of the Golden Gate Bridge, he felt “instantaneous regret.” He tried to maneuver his body so that he could land feet-first, knowing that would be his only chance of survival. Somehow, miraculously even, it worked.
(Fox News) – To put it bluntly, our strategies for dealing with China are failing, because they are not based on reality.
(Yahoo) – In a wide-ranging interview with the Yahoo News show “Through Her Eyes” Carly Fiorina tells host Zainab Salbi that President Trump dismisses women and views them as something to be used.” Fiorina also says she believes the Mueller report doesn’t exonerate Trump.
(The Washington Times) – As a local official years ago, I saw the negative impact of collective bargaining on our taxpayers and on our excellent employees.
(CNBC) – Gary Locke, former U.S. Ambassador to China, joins CNBC’s “Closing Bell” to discuss the economic impact of the latest round of tariffs on consumers.
(Newsweek) – I was so intrigued by T. Rex when I was Speaker of the House, I had the cast of a skull in my main meeting room. It was huge and Time Magazine highlighted it as an example of how different the 1994 Republican Revolution was from normal Washington behavior.
(The Atlantic) – It would mean repeating a mistake, only on a much bigger scale: without allies, without justification, and without any plan at all.
(Wall Street Journal) – Pressure the Chinese to act responsibly. Don’t settle for a trade deal or blunder into a cold war.
(Fox Business) – China announced that it will raise tariffs on $60 billion in U.S. goods, after the U.S. raised duties on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods. Hudson Institute’s Michael Pillsbury reacts to the trade dispute.
(Fox Business) – Newt Gingrich on the Trump administration’s trade negotiations with China.
(The Atlantic) – The president has already fired an FBI director and an acting director. Now he’s gunning for the present director, Chris Wray.
(The Times) – Talking about the s-word could be the Democrats’ great gift to Trump
(Policy Magazine) – Canada must avoid complacency regarding the threats of anxiety-fueled populism in today’s world of change and disruption.
(Face the Nation) – Former Treasury Secretary Henry M. Paulson sits down to discuss the new trade tariffs on China and what’s ahead with the economy.
(Fox News) – Imagine there is a group of people in Congress with more influence over whether laws are passed and rules are changed, than any official committee or subcommittee in the House and Senate.
(Transportation.gov) – Elaine L. Chao Commemorates the 150th Anniversary of the Golden Spike Ceremony
Elaine L. Chao Commemorates the 150th Anniversary of the Golden Spike Ceremony
(The Washington Times) – Could you imagine the federal government shutting down access to Twitter or Instagram? How would it feel being cut off from YouTube, Bing and Periscope? How about not being able to use the chat and messaging services on Google?
(USA Today) – It’s time for Democrats to stop grandstanding, accept the conclusions of the Mueller report, and focus on the real problems facing our country.
(The Atlantic) – The president has a single negotiating move: take an aggressive position, and then retreat when the bluff is called.
(Fox News) – If you put all the pieces of the left’s efforts to crush dissent together, the picture is disturbing – and more than a little frightening.
(The Atlantic) – Former Gov. Scott Walker, R-Wisc., on Trump administration trade talks with China and concerns of a Democratic judicial power grab.
(The Atlantic) – The Democrats are rapidly becoming the party of the young—and the consequences could be profound.
(The Atlantic) – Seventy years in, the success of a united Germany is a story so big that it can be hard to see except at a distance.
(Fox News) – ‘This kind of one-sided, dishonest attack is part of what’s sickening American politics,’ former House Speaker Newt Gingrich says after the paper reports on 10 years of the president’s tax returns.
(The Times) – The gangster boss is safe for now, thanks to Beijing and Moscow.
(The Atlantic) – As the president fights to postpone the inevitable, he risks convincing voters that they do not need a subpoena to read his guilt.
(CNS News) – Yes, I am a proud black conservative, in the model of my philosophical hero, mentor, Booker T. Washington who believed in education, entrepreneurship, and self-reliance.
Dr. Pillsbury is the Director of the Center on Chinese Strategy, Hudson Institute, Washington, D.C. He is the author of three books on China. The most recent one, The Hundred-Year Marathon, is an international bestseller and was number one on the Washington Post list, and a selection of the Commander, U.S. Special Operations Command, Commanders Reading List, in 2017. On September 26, […]
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(Fox Business) – Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer and ‘The Coming Collapse of China’ author Gordon Chang on U.S. trade negotiations with China.
(Fox News) – In my new novel “Collusion,” which I co-wrote with Pete Earley, our main character is Brett Garrett, a Navy SEAL who is injured in a helicopter crash.
(CNBC) – Former Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker joins “Power Lunch” to discuss strong jobs numbers for the month of April.
(Fox News) – President Donald Trump despises “fake news.” The Washington Post, The New York Times—these are “enemies of the people.” He has urged the Federal Communications Commission and the Federal Election Commission to force Saturday Night Live off the air to punish the comedy show for making jokes about him.
(Fox News) – Friday’s report that the United States created 263,000 jobs in April – about 33 percent more than expected – should be a devastating blow to socialism, if Republicans can force the argument. However, there is no reason to believe Republicans have anything like the skills necessary to defeat the left – even when all the facts are on the Republican side.
(The Washington Times) – Venezuela is a real-time example of the failure of socialism. Promises of prosperity frequently lead to poverty for the masses and all-too-often opens the door to brutal dictators.
(Fox Business) – Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer gives his take on Attorney General William Barr’s testimony on Capitol Hill and Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia report.
(The Atlantic) – The dike is sprouting more leaks than the president has fingers with which to plug the expanding trickles.
(Fox News) – Robert Mueller was asked to investigate the charge that President Trump had colluded with the Russians. After a two-year, $25 million effort involving an overwhelmingly Democrat team of lawyers, Mueller concluded that there was no collusion between President Trump and Russia.
(Fox News) – Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina on politics in the #MeToo era, Joe Biden and the rest of the 2020 Democratic field.
(MSNBC) – Multiple reports reveal that Mueller complained in a letter to Barr that his memo “did not fully capture the context, nature, and substance” of his report. Calls are now growing for Barr to resign ahead of his testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee. Lawrence O’Donnell discusses with Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi, Rep. Ro Khanna, Neal Katyal and David Frum.
(CNS News) – However, unless you are living under a rock, off the grid, with no access to information, you realize why we have the Second Amendment in America … Venezuela.
(Brookings Inst.) – Secretary of the Army Mark T. Esper on the Army’s latest budget request, its operational outlook, and the role it will play in America’s future defense.
(The Boston Globe) – Obama’s veep thinks he’s the man to beat Trump, but he’s got competition
(CBS News) – Former Republican congressman Newt Gingrich is weighing in on the 2020 race. The former House Speaker says he believes Senator Kamala Harris is most likely to win the Democratic nomination out of the 21 candidates running. He’s also giving CBSN an inside scoop into his new book, “Collusion: A Novel.”
(Real Leaders) – For more than 30 years, I have been writing books, teaching in colleges, working in communities, leading non-profits and speaking at workshops throughout the world. In all that time, I have come to know one thing: leadership is everything. The needs of the 21st century cannot be met by followers.
(CNBC) – Financial historian and Stanford professor Niall Ferguson admits that it took him years to create a budget and put his spending habits in a spreadsheet. He believes that taking an honest look at your finances — no matter how scary — will set you for success down the line. Here’s his best advice on spending and saving money when young to secure a solid financial future.
(Face the Nation) – Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale joined moderator Margaret Brennan for an interview.
(CBS This Morning) – Gingrich joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss special counsel Robert Mueller’s report and his new book, “Collusion: A Novel.” It is about a former Navy SEAL and an FBI agent trying to stop an attempted Russian poison attack against the U.S.
(Newsweek) – Vice President Joe Biden is an energetic, intelligent, affable politician with a lifetime of experience and a lifetime of friends.
(Fox News) – In March 2018, Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were poisoned with an insidious, Soviet-developed nerve agent called A-234.
As one of the world’s leading income experts, Marc Lichtenfeld is often featured on national media outlets including The Wall Street Journal, Marketwatch, CNBC, Fox Business, Bloomberg Radio and National Public Radio. A featured speaker at investment conferences, he has spoken about dividend investing at meetings all over the world. He’s currently the Chief Income […]
(Fox News) – Growing controversy over DNC debates, Fox News town halls; former White House press secretary Sean Spicer weighs in.
(Fox News) – Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich weighs in on Democrats’ push to continue the Trump-Russia collusion investigation post the release of the Mueller report.
(Fox Business) – Lt. Col. Allen West (Ret.) on how prosecutors charged a Massachusetts state judge with obstruction of justice, after he allegedly helped an undocumented immigrant escape from ICE.
(Newsweek) – China is inevitably seeking global dominance across multiple domains. This has become clear as China hosts more than 40 world leaders in Beijing this week for the second international forum on the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI)—with Vladimir Putin as the guest of honor.
(The Washington Times) -“Donald Trump won. We didn’t need WikiLeaks. We had Wisconsin.” — Kellyanne Conway on ABC’s “This Week” last Sunday.
Voted the NFL’s Most Valuable Player, inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame and twice named both the Pro Bowl’s Most Valuable Player and the NFL’s Man of the Year, Theismann led his team to the Super Bowl XVII championship. Losing his successful football career at 35 to a serious injury, Joe Theismann learned […]
(Los Angeles Times) – Sanjay Gupta is a country doctor — not in the sense of the old sawbones who traveled by horse or Model T, healing fevers and bone breaks, but a doctor who travels country by country, learning about best practices in the wide round world of health.
(CNBC) – Former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb joins “Squawk Box” to discuss the charges that have been filed against one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the country, Rochester Drug Cooperative, regarding the ongoing opioid crisis.
(CNBC) – Policy makers have proposed a number of different plans to fight the rising U.S. student debt. Sheila Bair, former FDIC chair, joins ‘The Exchange’ to discuss how she’s looking at tackling it with loan forgiveness, free public college and income share.
(CNN) – A few years ago, I read reports of an indigenous tribe living deep in the Amazon rainforest whose members had hardly any evidence of heart disease. In fact, the researchers concluded after a year-long study that the Tsimane, as they are called, had the healthiest hearts in the world, a title previously held by Japanese women.
(The Hill) – Just after announcing his resignation as FDA commissioner, Scott Gottlieb acknowledged this problem and pledged to reduce reliance on animals used for testing conducted by the agency’s scientists, as well as testing conducted by the industry.
(The Hill) – During his Senate confirmation hearing in April 2017, Dr. Scott Gottlieb committed himself to “the gold standard of safety and efficacy.” Over the past two years as head of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Commissioner Gottlieb has made good on that promise, and his tenure has been a model for future FDA chiefs.
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(The Times) – ‘Absolutely heartbreaking. A magnificent monument to western civilisation collapsing.” Thus wrote the mercurial young conservative Ben Shapiro last Monday before it was clear that Notre Dame, although burning, was not wholly collapsing. The great Parisian cathedral was, he added, “a central monument to western civilisation, which was built on the Judaeo-Christian heritage”.
(Newsweek) – watching the first wave of reaction to Attorney General William Barr’s press conference and the release of the Mueller report led me to conclude America is trapped in a cycle of media madness.
(The Atlantic) – Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report has settled—or all but settled—important questions about the Trump-Russia matter. Did Russia intervene in the 2016 election with the conscious and articulated intent to help elect Donald Trump? Yes.
(Fox News) – Former federal prosecutor Doug Burns and American Conservative Union Chairman Matt Schlapp on how the DOJ plans to release the unredacted version of the Mueller report to Congress.
(Fox News) – Former House speaker and Fox News contributor Newt Gingrich breaks down his biggest takeaways from the Mueller report.
(Psychology Today) – What can we learn from other cultures about coping with stress and balancing work and life?
(FierceBiotech) – Scott Gottlieb’s relatively short two-year tenure as the FDA’s head has ended, and we have a new man at the helm: Ned Sharpless. However, he used his first official talk to ensure we all know he’s not looking to tear up Gottlieb’s legacy.
(Fox News) – Notre Dame is one of the greatest examples of gothic architecture. When you stand inside, you feel lifted to the heavens by the very shape of the building.
(The Boston Globe) – Seventy years ago this month, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization was established to protect Western Europe and the freedoms of its inhabitants from the threat of Soviet communism. It has become clear to me that we now need a similar organization to protect Western intellectuals from a growing threat to academic freedom.
(Fox News) – When I met with several Republican senators this week, it was clear that they recognize Americans’ desire to have practical solutions for the cost of health care. The combination of pressure from constituents and a direct challenge from President Trump is focusing their attention on immediate reforms which could be enacted – even with a Democratic House.
(Thrive Global) – In his new CNN original series, Chasing Life, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, a neurosurgeon, and a global correspondent, explores the distinct practices around the world to bring us the secrets to longevity and help us better understand overall wellbeing in the long term
(The Atlantic) – By rushing to stand with the controversial congresswoman, the 2020 contenders are allowing Trump to transform her into the face of their party.
(RELSCI) – Sen. Lamar Alexander, R-Tennessee, issued the following statement, which was published in the Congressional Record on April 9, paying tribute to Scott Gottlieb, commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration:
(Fox News) – Monday is Tax Day. Unless you’ve gotten an extension, that’s the deadline to either cut a check to Uncle Sam or file to be repaid some of what you loaned him last year.
(CNN) – As an Indian kid growing up in the States, my parents did everything they could to create a little feeling of their ancestral land in our small Midwestern town.
(The Washington Times) – Dina’s son was struggling with his grades. He was being bullied by the other students. Not surprisingly, he didn’t care much for school.
(Fox News) – Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale on the president’s path to victory in 2020 on ‘The Ingraham Angle.’
(Dr. Oz) – CNN chief medical correspondent, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, traveled the globe to uncover the secrets of people with the least pain, healthiest hearts, and sharpest brains, even into old age. What diet tips did he take away from the Bolivian Amazon?
(Fox News) – Obama touts own successes during town hall in Berlin; reaction from Fox News contributor Newt Gingrich on ‘Hannity.’
(CNBC) – Niall Ferguson of the Hoover Institute joins CNBC’s “The Exchange” to discuss multiple U.S. trade discussions that are ongoing with China, the European Union and Japan.
(Fox News) – The collusion lie will go down in history as one of the strangest distortions of reality to dominate the American political scene. For more than two years, the national establishment and news media were fixated on a “truth” that turned out to be false.
(Fox Business) – There is a lack of women in leadership roles – we get it. The problem is clear. The reasons to fix it are obvious Yet, we continue to fall short – despite spending $8 billion a year on diversity and inclusion training that is in part designed to help women success
(bon appetit) – A quick chat with the star of “Chasing Life” , who travels the world to find out how to live to a very ripe old age.
Rosie Rios was the 43rd Treasurer of the United States and is now a Visiting Scholar at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University effective October of 2016. She is most recently known for initiating and leading the historic efforts to place a woman on U.S. currency for the first time in over […]
(The Times) – It is hard to believe, with the world (and especially The New York Times) laughing at us, that for roughly 2½ centuries Britain maintained the balance of power in Europe.
(The Atlantic) – The depressing squalor of the Trump era has created in liberal Americans a gnawing hunger for leaders to admire.
(CNBC) – Carly Fiorina, former Hewlitt Packard CEO and one time presidential candidate, joins ‘Squawk on the Street’ to discuss the future of tech regulation and Silicon Valley culture.
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(Fox News) – Of all our Founding Fathers – with the exception of George Washington – the one who had the most impact on our society and its history was, without a doubt, Benjamin Franklin.
(Forbes) – Recently, we had a unique opportunity to hear Bob Woodward, one of the most celebrated journalists of our time, talk about current affairs and the research behind his bestselling books, including his most recent book, Fear: Trump In The White House.
(Fox News) – It is extraordinarily difficult to change bureaucracies and the bureaucrats who work in them. Again and again, we have seen presidents and members of Congress start out boldly, using big words to dramatically describe big ideas, only to have the ideas disappear in the impenetrable resistance of career bureaucrats
(Fox Business) – Lt. Col. Allen West (Ret.) discusses the crisis at the southern border and why the U.S. needs to protect its asylum laws.
(CNN) – You have probably heard that Japan consistently has among the highest life expectancy in the world and that the island of Okinawa has the greatest concentration of centenarians (people who live to at least 100).
(ExtraTV) – Dr. Sanjay Gupta is sharing his longevity secrets on CNN’s original series “Chasing Life,” and letting viewers know how they can start changing their own lives for the better.
(Fox News) – If the southern border is shut down, the consequences to the economy, families and the U.S. relationship with Mexico would be ‘absurd,’ former House speaker Newt Gingrich warns on ‘Fox & Friends.’
(The Washington Post) – Scott Gottlieb, who will step down as commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration on Friday, plans to return to the American Enterprise Institute to focus on drug prices — a hotly debated area that has been peripheral to his current job, he said in an interview.
(Health Affairs) – This week is expected to be Dr. Scott Gottlieb’s last as Commissioner of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). During his nearly two years in the position, Commissioner Gottlieb has confronted a range of public health challenges, including the opioid epidemic, an increase in teen nicotine abuse, and natural disasters.
(Fox News) – What will it be like if the Internet that America invented and designed is replaced in the next technological cycle by one that is controlled, developed, implemented, and managed by the Chinese?
(Fox News) – Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer says Democrats are undermining the Russia investigation because they didn’t like the outcome.
(The Boston Globe) – Despite the bitter war they fought in the 1940s, Japan and Britain (my native country) have much in common.
(Newsweek) – On Tuesday, Vice President Mike Pence announced what may prove to be the boldest space challenge since President John F. Kennedy said in 1961 that America would go to the Moon.
(Rolling Stones) – Paul Nicklen is different from the rest of us. He likes to swim in 29-degree water beneath the Arctic ice, alone, in search of potentially predatory animals. Which can sometimes get him into trouble, like when he was nearly body-slammed by a 7,000-pound elephant seal.
(Forbes) – Carly Fiorina is an American businesswoman known for being the CEO of HP and running for President of the United States in 2016. But what people may not know is that she’s a passionate leader that’s always searching for answers and encourages a plurality of voices to reach them.
( Fox News) – The Korean Peninsula is one of the most fascinating places on our planet. Callista and I recently visited South Korea – including the capital of Seoul and the Demilitarized Zone.
(CNBC) – Former Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker joins “Squawk Box” to talk about his Washington Times op-ed, in which he argued that tax cuts have consistently had a positive impact on the economy
(The Washington Times) – $67,000. That’s the share of the federal debt inherited by every child born today in America.
(Los Angeles Times) – Tomi Lahren has some thoughts and she’s not holding back.
Nothing could have prepared Erin Gruwell for her first day of teaching at Wilson High School in Long Beach, Calif. A recent college graduate, she landed her first job, only to discover many of her students had been written off by the education system and deemed “unteachable.” By fostering an educational philosophy that valued and […]
(NJ.com) – Former New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi will be back on television for the 2019 season. Newsday’s Neil Watch reports Girardi will be an analyst for Fox.
(Fox News) – The political and media elite in America have some explaining to do. As the reality sinks in that the Trump campaign didn’t collude with Russia during the 2016 election – and that no obstruction of justice charges levied against President Trump are forthcoming – Americans are going to start asking why we have been lied to for two years.
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(The Boston Globe) – It is more than a quarter of a century since Bosnia descended into a bloody conflict that claimed tens of thousands of lives. Since the massacre of 50 Muslim men, women and children in Christchurch, New Zealand, nine days ago, I have found myself wondering: is the world turning into a giant Bosnia?
(PEDIATRICS) – There is an urgent need to build the evidence base and define the full spectrum of adverse infant and childhood outcomes associated with sustained prenatal opioid exposure and monitor the linkage to needed care and services.
(The Atlantic) – Good news, America. Russia helped install your president. But although he owes his job in large part to that help, the president did not conspire or collude with his helpers.
(Fox News) – America is currently in a global competition with China to see which country will lead in the global deployment of 5G. Currently, China is winning. This may be the most important challenge we currently face for protecting our national security, economy, and quality of life.
(WebMD) – In the 1960s, Americans had among the highest life expectancy on the planet. The United States was the country pushing the boundaries of longevity and setting an example for the rest of the world.
(Fox News) – It is imperative that Republicans and Democrats in Congress find ways to work together on areas of common interest to keep America safe and strong.
(the Atlantic) – No matter what Attorney General William Barr reveals—or doesn’t—about Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report, everything Congress needed to know about Donald Trump and Russia was already clear.
(Fox News) – President Trump is right: Every American should be able to see what Special Counsel Robert Mueller and his team have been doing for the last two years. The Mueller report should be made public.
(CNN) – On Wednesday night, former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper had an opportunity to introduce himself to the American people. And for many viewers — putting aside his hard-core Colorado fans — some of his answers were too long, hard to follow and lacking the pizzazz we have seen from some of the other Democratic contenders.
(The Atlantic) – Immigration is a large and complex subject. My recent story in The Atlantic tried to do justice to that complexity. But that attempt of course came with a cost: The article was long and often highly detailed. It became easily possible to lose track of the piece’s argument.
(Newsweek) – Robert Francis O’Rourke’s first few days as a presidential candidate reminded me how much we miss the great talent of Tom Wolfe.
(Fox News) – Tomi Lahren said Democrats are suggesting radical proposals like lowering the voting age to 16 because they believe they have to change the rules to win elections.
(CNS News) – Yes, it is that very special time of the year, and this morning many of you began your office bracket pool contests.
(The Boston Globe) – Americans believe in meritocracy in principle. Polls show that significant majorities — between 67% and 70% since Gallup began asking the question in 2003 — believe that, when it comes to university admissions, “applicants should be admitted solely on the basis of merit”.
(Newsweek) – On March 19, 1979, C-SPAN began its first broadcast of the United States House of Representatives. The first on-camera speaker was then Representative Al Gore of Tennessee. It was a tremendous breakthrough in allowing citizens to see the House live and without editing or bias.
(CNBC) – Niall Ferguson of the Stanford University Hoover Institution and Jim Caron from Morgan Stanley Investment Management join ‘The Exchange’ to discuss risks to the global economy and why investors should be paying attention to central banks.
(The Atlantic) – Britain spirals faster and faster into the Brexit crisis.
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(Newsweek) – There is one simple answer to the humanitarian disaster in Venezuela: The dictator Nicolás Maduro and his corrupt, violent, repressive regime must go.
(CNBC) -Former Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood joins “Squawk on the Street” to discuss why he believes the FAA should ground Boeing 737 Max planes after a series of crashes.
(Fox News) – Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich says Beto O’Rourke is a great example of the left talking itself into hysteria.
Dean was sworn in to the United States Senate on May 9, 2011. Prior to his service in the Senate, Dean was the Representative for Nevada’s Second Congressional District and also served as Nevada’s Secretary of State and in the Nevada State Assembly representing Carson City. During his time in the Senate, Dean served on […]
(Fox Business) – Lt. Col. Allen West (Ret.) discusses the crisis in Venezuela and how the U.S. is pulling its diplomats out of the Latin American country.
(Statesman) – The department is committed to working with our local, state and private sector partners to engage with these technologies, to improve safety, mobility and accessibility.
(CNS News) – We must stop thinking of America as a geographic piece of territory. Yes, we are these United States of America, and we do have a sovereign nation that should be protected and secured, but America is far more than just borders, boundaries, and a grand expanse of land. America is an ideal.
(Fox News) – House Speaker Nancy Pelosi – and the old guard Democrats at large – are in a very difficult position. The radical young voters that Democrats have been courting for years have finally elected like-minded radical young representatives – and Pelosi, D-Calif., and her leadership team have no control over them.
(The Atlantic) – Through much of the 20th century, the United States received comparatively few immigrants. In the 60 years from 1915 until 1975, nearly a human lifetime, the United States admitted fewer immigrants than arrived, legally and illegally, in the single decade of the 1990s.
(The Times) – If you’d told me 30 years ago America would be in another Cold War with another communist superpower by 2019, I wouldn’t have believed you.
(The Atlantic) – The week ahead will be one of the most dramatic in British politics in decades. A sequence of parliamentary votes will decide the future of the British economy—or perhaps plunge it into chaos.
(The Atlantic) – “England’s difficulty is Ireland’s opportunity,” goes the old nationalist slogan. In the elegant Chapter One restaurant, next door to one of Dublin’s most eye-popping Georgian townhouses, I learned that the slogan has been updated. England’s difficulty is now Ireland’s mortal danger.
(Face The Nation) – David Frum, Susan Glasser, Toluse Olorunnipa and Gerald Seib discuss the struggle 2020 Democratic candidates are having answering whether or not they are capitalists.
(CNN) – Is it possible for a senior citizen to be the Democratic nominee for President of the United States in 2020?
(Fox Business) – Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer on White House Communications Director Bill Shine’s resignation in order to join the Trump 2020 campaign and the DNC baring Fox News from hosting presidential primary debates.
(Real Time with Bill Maher) – Bill and his guests answer viewer questions after the show.
(MSNBC) – CEO of Voto Latino Maria Teresa Kumar and Wall Street Journal Columnist Peggy Noonan weigh in on the 2020 presidential candidates’s new focus on breaking up big tech.
(Fox News) – Rep. Ilhan Omar faces heavy criticism for anti-Semitic remarks; former House speaker Newt Gingrich weighs in on ‘Hannity.’
(Newsweek) – Much of the news cycle gets devoted to U.S. negotiations with North Korea, the trade fight with China, and securing the U.S. border, but there is a far more immediate threat to our country that puts American lives at risk everyday—addiction.
(The Atlantic) – If any place in the British Isles risks being thrust into an economic and political crisis by the impending Brexit, Belfast is that place.
(Fox News) – Negotiations between nation states require a great deal of flexibility and discipline. In the past few days, we’ve seen a variety of international negotiating tactics from the Trump administration.
(Fox Business) – Former Rep. Allen West, (R-Fla.), on the debate over a border wall.
(Fox News) – The former White House press secretary says he will do anything necessary to facilitate the investigation and he has nothing to hide.
(CNS News) – If there is one question that must be posed, does America truly know the answer to the question: What is conservatism?
(The Atlantic) – The United Kingdom is scheduled to exit the European Union on March 29. The clock is ticking to reach an agreement on a transition. Without a transition agreement, the U.K. will abruptly be ejected overnight from the European Union Customs Union and single market—a shock that could send not only Britain but also perhaps the whole EU crashing into recession.
(The Times) – The president’s ex-lawyer squeals, but no one knows when this show ends.
(Fox News) – Both former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley and President Trump deserve serious praise for their clear condemnation of North Korea in the death of American college student Otto Warmbier.
Upon graduating from Yale and the Harvard Business School, Jack spent almost twenty years on Wall Street, rising to Head of Investment Banking at PaineWebber. Well before others recognized the significant role that China would play in the global economy, he spent three years investigating opportunities in Asia and China, leading to the founding of […]
(The Atlantic) – Michael Cohen’s testimony to the House Oversight Committee was uncontradicted. The former personal attorney of the president of the United States today accused him of a litany of crimes, improprieties, immoralities, and betrayals of national security. And not one Republican member of the committee breathed one word in defense of the leader of their party.
(Fox News) – Many things are changing across the globe. But because of the mainstream media’s myopic focus, we don’t have a very good understanding of what is happening abroad. In fact, the world is perhaps more in flux now than any time since the end of World War II.
(Fox News) – Tomi Lahren joined Steve Doocy on “Fox & Friends” to preview the new episode of Fox Nation’s “No Interruption,” which investigates the murder of an American man in a popular tourist destination in Mexico.
(Fox Business) – Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, (R-Ga.), on the political fallout from former President Trump personal attorney Michael Cohen’s testimony on Capitol Hill and his new podcast.
(The Atlantic) – The people who serve in the Trump administration have never been reticent about telling their stories. They have, however, mostly declined to put their names to their tales.
(Yahoo Finance) – When it comes to federal student lending, the bad news just keeps coming. Federal student debt now exceeds $1.4 trillion and fully half of that is not being repaid. More than one million student borrowers default each year.
(Newsweek) – While much of the American media continues to focus on gossip, trivia, and hostility toward President Donald Trump, some will actually cover the meeting in Hanoi between the President and North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un.
(Nevada Appeal) – In the days, weeks, and months that followed September 11, 2001, amidst the grieving and ache of a horrific national tragedy, something incredible happened. Across the country, thousands of men and women rushed to their local recruiting offices to fight for something bigger than themselves — their country.
(Las Vegas Review-Journal) – For too long, Nevada’s small businesses and companies have been at a disadvantage due to onerous Obama-era regulations and burdensome taxes.
(CNS News) – I must ask, how many of you ever thought you would hear an American president, while speaking at a State of the Union Address, assert that “America will never be a socialist country”?
(U.S. News) – President Barack Obama is showing why his PR strategy of bypassing the mainstream media is effective and smart.
(CNN) – The Democratic Party has a lot going for it right now. An energized base of supporters in cities and suburbs, a more diverse freshman class in Congress to mix up the agenda, interesting likely candidates for President, and a shared focus on defeating President Donald Trump.
(CNN) – The Russians just played the President. It was predictable. And he let it happen.
(The Axe Files) – Jen Psaki is the former White House Communications Director and White House Deputy Press Secretary under President Obama. She joins David after the midterms to discuss the implications of the results and their impact on the political landscape as well as Psaki’s personal political journey: from knocking on doors for Governor Vilsack in Iowa to helming the Obama communications shop in the White House
(Crooked Conversations) – Ben Rhodes chats with Former White House Communications Director Jen Psaki about what they knew about Russian interference in 2016 and the impact it’s having around the world.
Ryan Harris is a 10 year veteran of the NFL. In 2015, he became a Super Bowl Champion after winning Super Bowl 50 with the Denver Broncos. He has also played for the Houston Texans, Kansas City Chiefs and Pittsburgh Steelers before retiring in 2016. He graduated from Notre Dame with two degrees, one in […]
Congressman Jason Chaffetz is a Contributor on Fox News Networks and a former Fellow at Harvard at the Kennedy School, Institute of Politics. He was elected to Congress in 2008 and selected by his peers to be a Chairman in the House of Representatives—only the fifth time in 100 years a three-term Representative ascended to […]
(Fox Business) – Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer on U.S. trade talks with China and the upcoming second summit between President Trump and North Korea’s Kim Jong Un in Vietnam.
(Fox News) – Trump-Kim summit 2.0: What does success look like for the White House? Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich gives his take on what we can realistically expect from the meeting with North Korea.
(Fox News) – The world is entering the next big wave of medical and pharmaceutical breakthroughs.
(The Atlantic) – “Ask not what your country can do for you—ask what you can do for your country.” In the half century since John F. Kennedy said those famous words, the balance has definitely shifted toward asking what your country can do for you. In almost every democracy, citizenship today offers more rights and imposes fewer responsibilities than it did in 1961.
(The Hollywood Reporter) – Sean Spicer is now officially a member of the mainstream media. The former White House press secretary has signed a contract to serve as a special correspondent for syndicated newsmagazine show Extra.
(MSNBC) – Ari Melber Presses Matt Schlapp On Mueller Claim
(Fox News) – A new 5-part series explores the illegal immigration crisis on the border in California and Arizona.
(Fox News) – China and the West are locked in a struggle for control of the future of communications technology, the next generation Internet, and the flow of information.
(CNS News) – Where were all the news cameras and hoopla? Why is it that an organization like Angels of America’s Fallen must undertake the Herculean effort of supporting the dreams of our real American dreamers?
(Real Time with Bill Maher) – Maya Wiley, John Legend, David Frum, and Paul Begala join Bill to discuss the political future of Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam and the need for a larger conversation about race relations in America.
(Newsweek) – When you observe Presidents Day, whether you are spending a long weekend with friends and family or just relaxing and catching up on chores or hobbies, take some time to reflect on why this holiday is so important to our country.
(The Boston Globe) – Trump and May should remember rock-star brinkmanship can kill
(Automotive News) – Behavioral changes and vehicle safety innovations are the keys to reducing traffic crash fatalities and injuries.
(STAT) – One reason health care costs continue to skyrocket is that the prices and quality of care are largely hidden from patients.
(The Atlantic) – President Trump’s declaration of emergency salved yesterday’s loss of face—but has not solved any real problems for this administration or the country.
(Fox News) – All signs indicate that Special Counsel Robert Mueller is on the verge of wrapping up his investigation and will conclude that the Trump campaign did not collude with Russia to win the 2016 presidential election.
(CNN) – Dr. Sean Conley, physician to the President, announced that President Donald Trump is in “very good health” following his physical examination at the Walter Reed military hospital Friday.
(CNN) – Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports that President Donald Trump’s annual physical exam shows he is in “good health overall,” but is now considered clinically obese.
(Newsweek) – Callista and I spent last weekend in Seoul, South Korea on a whirlwind trip from Rome. The experience reminded me what a miracle modern South Korea is.
(Tsarizm) – Michael Pillsbury has written one of the most important national security manuscripts in American history – The Hundred Year Marathon: China’s Secret Strategy to Replace America as the Global Superpower.
(Fox Business) – American Conservative Union Chairman Matt Schlapp on how some Democrats are throwing their support behind Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s “Green New Deal.”
(CNS News) – Unless you have been hiding under a very large rock at the bottom of the sea, you know that the progressive, socialist left has made wealth redistribution a centerpiece of their economic plan.
Lloyd C. Blankfein is an internationally respected global business leader, risk manager and commentator on matters affecting the global economy. As Chairman and CEO of Goldman Sachs for more than 12 years, Lloyd led the highest profile global investment bank through a period of great economic and political turbulence, becoming an important voice on today’s […]
(The Boston Globe) – Last week I began to understand how the Democrats will lose the 2020 presidential election.
(The New York Times) – Michael Pillsbury has spent years trying to understand China’s motivations. His dark view has made him one of President Trump’s top advisers on how to interact with Beijing
(Bloomberg) – U.S. President Donald Trump gave a shout-out Wednesday to “the leading authority on China,” sparking a flurry of Google searches as viewers raced to identify him.
(Bloomberg) – Michael Pillsbury has rock solid credentials as a China hawk. He’s been called the “leading authority” on America’s trade war opponent by none other than President Donald Trump.
(The New York Times) – President Trump said on Thursday that he would not meet this month with President Xi Jinping of China, raising new concerns that the United States will not be able to complete a trade deal with China before American tariffs increase on March 2.
(The Atlantic) – It would be charitable to describe the 2019 State of the Union address as unfocused.
(EWTN) – Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer analyzes the State of the Union: “As a conservative, he checked all the boxes,” he says. Spicer also says he is pleased the President raised the issue of late-term abortion in the speech. “I don’t think [Trump’s pro-life views] are political. I think it’s personal.”
A successful Governor and economic, education and health care reformer, Scott Walker elevates the discussion on how to address the key challenges facing America today. A two term governor of a battleground state, Scott Walker is well versed in modern American politics as he led Wisconsin towards budget reform, education reform, tax reform, health reform, […]
(CNN) – The Lead’s panel gets heated during a discussion about two new Democratic Congresswomen’s outspoken positions regarding Israel and US-Israeli relations.
(Fox News) – The theme of President Trump’s State of the Union is going to be “choosing greatness.” Following on an election in which “Make America Great Again” was a primary theme – remember the campaign hats said MAGA, not Trump, there is a certain logic to President Trump emphasizing that Americans should move beyond vicious partisanship and “choose greatness” for their country.
(The Times) – Are the United States of America and the People’s Republic of China heading for a new Cold War? And if they are, what should we call it? These may seem strange questions to ask only three days after President Donald Trump appeared to raise hopes of an end to the trade war that he started against China last year — or at least a continued ceasefire.
(NBC News) – Hallie Jackson, María Teresa Kumar, Mark Leibovich, Rich Lowry and Eugene Robinson discuss Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam’s (D) refusal to step down after his yearbook photos surface.
(Newsweek) – The recent federal indictments of Chinese telecom giant Huawei and its affiliates lay out a frightening story of a foreign company illicitly manipulating and exploiting loopholes in the American business system.
(Financial Times) – The noose around the neck of China’s economy has been getting tighter, but hardly as a result of the tariffs imposed by the US. This is a dangerous myth celebrated by Washington and used as a scapegoat by Beijing.
Since beginning her career as a journalist at the Washington Star in 1976, Gloria Borger has climbed the ranks and become an in-demand Washington political analyst. Known for her appearances on CNN’s The Situation Room and as part of the CNN Election Center, she was also a contributing editor to U.S. News and World Report, […]
(Fox Business) – Lt. Col. Allen West (Ret.) and Center for American Experiment president John Hinderaker weigh in on the countries supporting socialist embattled Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro.
(CNN) – Some 2020 Democratic presidential candidates are proposing a “Medicare-for-all” healthcare plan. CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports on what this plan entails and if it is actually feasible.
(PragerU) – Were you shocked at the results of the 2016 American presidential election? Most people were, but Stephen Harper was not one of them. Here, the former Prime Minister of Canada explains the trends that foreshadowed Trump’s victory and left many political elites looking wildly out of touch.
Marine Sgt. John Peck survived an improvised explosive device (IED) attack during the War on Terror that left him with a traumatic brain injury, amnesia, and cost him his marriage. He survived another IED attack three years later, which left him with three and a half limbs missing. He’s one of only two living people […]
(Washington Post) – Elaine Chao is the secretary of transportation.
(Fox News) – As you listen to the media, the Never Trumpers and the left-wing Trump haters chatter on about President Trump’s current situation, remember these two numbers — 35 and 49.
(Fox News) – In her “First Thoughts” monologue on Fox Nation Monday morning, Tomi Lahren argued that elected leaders who want to run for president should have to resign from their current posts before launching their campaigns.
(The Boston Globe) – We no longer live in a democracy. We live in an emocracy — where emotions rather than majorities rule and feelings matter more than reason.
(CNN) – President Donald Trump shut down a part of the federal government for no reason because Trump got no funding for the border wall.
(Fox News) – Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich says lawmakers need put ‘America first’ to come up with a solution on border security funding.
(ABC News) – The “This Week” Powerhouse Roundtable debates the week in politics.
(Newsweek) – We believe the social media and Washington-news media blizzard of arguments, attacks, and harsh words don’t reflect the views or the hopes of the majority of Americans.
(CNBC) – The Closing Bell team breaks down the latest surrounding China’s tech companies amid the trade war with Niall Ferguson from the Hoover Institute at Stanford University and the author of “The Square and the Tower: Networks and Power, From the Freemasons to Facebook.”
(Forbes) – “It’s against our policy,” has to be among the top ten show-stopping lines. It kills customers’ experiences, employees’ spirit and long-term relationships.
(Fox Business) – Lt. Col. Allen West (Ret.) discusses how the White House announced that President Trump will have a second summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un at the end of February.
(Fox News) – I told President Trump recently that no president since Abraham Lincoln has faced the kind of unending bias and hostility from the media that he is living through.
(Paulson Institute) – The fact that climate change poses an extreme risk to the global economy, plunders our environment, and threatens national security is, by now, well documented.
(Fox Business) – Former Trump Campaign aide David Bossie on how Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) said that “a system that allows billionaires to exist” is immoral and that the climate change fight is “our World War II.”
(The Daily Wire) – Allen West, former congressman and retired U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel, joins Ben to discuss the military, foreign policy, racism, the state of the Democrat Party, and where the GOP has gone wrong with minority outreach.
(Fox Business) – America First Action PAC senior adviser Sean Spicer on President Trump’s battle with Democrats over border wall funding amid the partial government shutdown and why he believes that the shutdown could last for another two months.
(Fox News) – A pair of unnamed sources allege President Trump directed his then-attorney Michael Cohen to lie to Congress about the Moscow tower project, but no other news outlets have been able to confirm the story
(CNS News) – There are two special birthdays this week, both of whom were, and always will be, extremely influential in my life.
(Fox News) – On Martin Luther King Day on Monday, when we honor the life and work of the great civil rights leader who changed our nation for the better and helped end bigoted and exclusionary policies against African- Americans, we should also remember his message applies to bias and bigotry in all its forms.
(The Times) – As Theresa May went from crushing defeat on Tuesday to narrow victory on Wednesday, I’m sure I was not the only one reminded of Monty Python and the Holy Grail.
(Harvard) – Today, the Institute of Politics (IOP) at Harvard Kennedy School announced ten Resident and Visiting Fellows for the Spring 2019 Semester. These individuals bring a combination of experience to address topics such as electoral politics, the economy, climate change, women’s rights, legal analysis, LGBTQ+ advocacy, and voting rights.
(Washington Examiner) – Chao works with little fanfare. Out of the limelight, she rolls out initiatives and projects that will affect everyone for generations to come.
(Boston Globe) – Netflix is developing a feature film about Pete Frates, a former Boston College baseball captain and longtime ALS crusader.
(CNN) – On Wednesday morning, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi introduced President Donald Trump, and her expanded Democratic caucus, to the big leagues.
Retired Gen. John Kelly is a 45-year Marine veteran who headed the U.S. Southern Command, where he focused on U.S. border security, organized crime, terrorist organizations and drug traffickers in his Latin American region for more than three years. Kelly retired as a four-star general in 2016. General Kelly then served as the 5th United […]
(Fox News) -Democratic lawmakers spend weekend in Puerto Rico attending meetings, visiting beach; ‘Trump’s America’ author Newt Gingrich weighs in on ‘Hannity.’
(Fox News) – Senate Democrats are expected to press Barr over his past criticism of Mueller’s Russia probe. Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer gives his take on how the Senate hearings on William Barr’s confirmation will pan out.
(Fox News) – Charlie Kirk, Tomi Lahren and Ed Henry weigh in on the Democrats decision to not work through the weekend.
(Fox News) – Trump’s 2020 campaign manager Brad Parscale sits down with Martha MacCallum to discuss the president’s re-election bid, and what swing voters will think of Trump’s moves on border security.
(FOX News) – Nearly 1.3 million drones in the U.S. are registered with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
(Yahoo Finance) – Elizabeth Warren has announced an exploratory committee to seek the Democratic nomination for the presidency with a finely honed platform based on economic opportunity for the middle class.
( The Globe and Mail) – Very often, the Trump presidency feels as if it’s being written by Trey Parker and Matt Stone, the comic geniuses who created South Park more than 20 years ago
(Forbes) – Many corporate boards have made significant progress about understanding the importance of cyber security to the competitive health and sustainability of the companies they oversee. But most board directors have yet to move far enough along to become as effectively equipped as they should be to intelligently gauge the extent to which their firms’ management teams are at the top of their games in the war on corporate cyber-attacks
(Fox News) – The one thing neither the liberal media nor the Democrats have taken into their calculations about the government shutdown is that President Donald Trump has to win on the border security issue. He has no choice.
Sean Spicer discusses a new report Saturday of a secret FBI investigation into whether President Trump was working on behalf of Russia shortly after he fired former director James Comey.
(CNN) – President Donald Trump, the oldest President elected in US history at the age of 70, underwent his first presidential physical last January. He used it as an opportunity to quiet critics who questioned both his physical health and mental acumen.
(Fox Business) – Newt Gingrich on the partial government shutdown over funding for a border wall.
(The New York Times) – The bond market reveals a growing crack in the financial system, but regulators are not doing enough to make sure that banks are prepared.
(CNBC) – Sheila Bair, former U.S. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation chair, sits down with “Squawk on the Street” to discuss her op-ed in The New York Times.
(Fox News) – Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said Democrats are obstructing President Trump’s national security agenda as the government remains partially closed because they do not like the New York Republican.
(Fox News) – The American people chose Donald Trump – the ultimate political outsider – to be their president in 2016 and solve problems affecting hardworking taxpayers. They understood that the out-of-touch political elites were no longer listening to them or addressing the issues they care about most.
Andrew B. Busch is the former 1st Chief Market Intelligence Officer for the US government. At the CFTC, he was charged with improving and enhancing the government’s understanding of the markets. Andy provided briefings to White House, US House, and US Senate staffers on a wide range of issues including: extreme market volatility, China’s influence […]
David Frum is one of North America’s leading voices of dispassionate, analytic, and independent conservatism. His articles in The Atlantic have been hailed as the most prophetic and insightful studies of the Trump administration’s threat to U.S. global leadership, open international trade, and democratic institutions. Frum’s wit, historical insight, and deep understanding of US politics […]
(CNS News) – We now have a new majority in the U.S. House of Representatives. Already we are seeing a very distinct direction in which this majority will legislate.
(CNN) – Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg did not attend the first day of oral arguments at the Supreme Court as she continues to recover from surgery. CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta explains Ginsburg’s history of health issues
(Fox News) – General Jim Mattis has served his country for his entire life. He is one of the most important and respected military leaders of the last half-century.
(Forbes) – Throughout much of the past century the U.S. was a forceful, if not incessant voice in global fora of the belief that the more liberalized a country’s regulatory regime towards foreign investment, the stronger the prospects for economic growth, job creation and productivity.
(Haaretz) – For someone who started his economics education over 50 years ago, I learned to see the steadfastness of the United States in its support for trade liberalization as a fact of nature.
(CNBC) – Ringing Nasdaq opening bell is Team Frate Train ALS Awareness with co-founder Nancy Frates.
(Fox News) – Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich expresses confusion over the incoming freshman senator’s op-ed against President Trump.
(CNN) – The boys, born joined at the head, once had to do everything together. Now 3 years old, they’re learning to navigate the world apart.
(Fox News) – After four consecutive years of events that have become more and more surprising, you can be sure the surprises will continue in 2019. In fact, the new year will be even more filled with surprises than the last four years.
(Fox News) – Shannon Bream reports as 2018 draws to a close with another spending showdown.
(Fox News) – Fox Nation host Tomi Lahren sounds off amid the new FBI report.
(The Boston Globe) – The year 2018 will be remembered for our collective attempt to make believe that it is in fact 1973.
(Fox Business ) – Lt. Col. Allen West (Ret.) on the resignation of Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and his dispute with President Trump over his decision to pull the U.S. military out of Syria.
(Fox News) – Sean Spicer reacts to Trump’s early morning tweet encouraging Mitch McConnell to use the ‘nuclear option’ to pass funding for his border wall. The former White House press secretary says that it looks like the government is heading for a partial shutdown, but President Trump and the Republicans have options.
(The Washington Post ) – Rather than shut down the government, why don’t the president and Congress agree to appropriate the $5 billion he wants to build the border wall and provide legal status and a path to citizenship to the “dreamers”?
(CNN) – It is empirically a fact that we are living in the best time in human history. Poverty, sickness, insecurity are following their long term trend lines downward. However, there was yesterday, is today and will be tomorrow the possibility of global catastrophe.
(CNBC) – Former Hewlett Packard CEO and presidential candidate Carly Fiorina discusses President Trump’s recent policy positions on trade, the Fed, and immigration policy.
(Fox News) – As the Trump administration continues to negotiate and define its trade relationship with China, it’s important to remember that whatever agreement comes out of the current détente will only be one step in a continual process.
(Fox Business) – Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer on Defense Secretary James Mattis’ decision to resign and the debate over funding for a wall along the U.S. border with Mexico.
(Fox News) – Former deputy campaign manager for the Trump campaign reacts on ‘Fox & Friends’ to reports that he is under consideration to fill John Kelly’s role.
(Fox News) – Senate passage of the First Step Act criminal justice reform bill on Tuesday was an important milestone to show the American people that the Trump White House, Republicans and Democrats can work together for the good of the country.
(The Telegraph) – The rise of a new wave of populism is disrupting politics across the western world. Unconventional parties, candidates, and ideas are challenging traditional assumptions and galvanizing public debate. With political change occurring at a dizzying pace, it can be difficult to discern its meaning and direction. The recent political crisis in France does, however, shed considerable light.
(Boston Globe) – You really know your political career is in trouble when people start comparing you to Gollum.
(ABC News) – The “This Week” Powerhouse Roundtable debates the week in politics, including President Trump naming Mike Mulvaney as his interim chief of staff.
(Fox News) – After Democrats reject a Republican border funding deal, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich weighs in on which side is winning the fight in the long run.
(Washington Post) – The global asylum and refugee system is no longer fit for purpose. As a beneficiary of that system, I do not make such a statement lightly. The reality is that it is outdated and can no longer cope with the challenges posed by mass violence and global migration today.
(The Agenda with Steve Paikin) – The Agenda welcomes two observers of U.S. politics: Niall Ferguson, author and historian; and David Frum, journalist and author, to contextualize the results of the U.S. midterm elections. How will U.S. political discourse change in the remaining two years of the Trump presidency?
(Fox Business) – Former Prime Minister of Canada Stephen Harper on the arrest of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou.
(Fox Business) – Former Rep. Allen West, (R-Fla.), discusses the Trump administration’s talks with China.
(Fox Business) – Former Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina on former First Lady Michelle Obama’s comments on Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg’s ‘lean in’ strategy.
(Fox News) – Ousted FBI Director James Comey blasts Trump, Republicans after his second closed-door meeting with Congress; former White House press secretary Sean Spicer reacts.
(Prospect Magazine) – We’ll hear a lot more about breaking up big tech in 2019. However, there are significant problems with anti-trust law that we would do well to note. History tells us that enforcing competition against big concentrations of capital is harder than it looks
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Scott Hamilton is one of the most popular figure skating stars of all time. A former world champion and Olympic medalist, Hamilton’s skating has inspired and motivated many athletes and individuals to be their best and achieve their dreams. Following his diagnosis with cancer, Hamilton became an inspiration in other ways, by battling back from […]
(CoinDesk) – As crypto trading has survived and matured, we now see institutional investor interest picking up (bitcoin prices notwithstanding). Regardless of which cryptocurrencies ultimately succeed (I tend to think bitcoin will survive as a store of value), the smart money has come to accept crypto as a new, legitimate asset class and is seeking well-regulated venues to invest.
(Bloomberg) – Former U.S. Commerce Secretary Gary Locke examines reports that China is considering plans to delay some targets in plans to dominate high-end technologies and discusses U.S.-china trade tensions.
(The National Interest) – Beijing is viewed—by a growing consensus—not just as a strategic challenge to Washington but as a country whose rise has come at our expense.
Charlotte Jones Anderson, Dallas Cowboys Chief Brand Officer, oversees all strategies and applications surrounding the team’s brand as it is presented to fans world-wide. Working in the front office since 1989, Anderson’s experience has enabled her to become one of the most innovative and versatile front office executives among women in professional sports.
Mark McKinnon shares his unique perspective on politics and communications with audiences and reveals the implications and opportunities for them and their enterprises. Mark McKinnon is the co-host of the hit Showtime weekly documentary series The Circus: Inside the Greatest Political Show on Earth, which provides unique access and insights into the 2016 presidential campaign and […]
(Fox News) – One of the most exciting areas of biomedical science today is in genetic medicine, where we are just now seeing the public investment into sequencing the human genome bear fruit in the form of treatments to help patients overcome hereditary disorders.
By Niall Ferguson (original source The Boston Globe) “Back in the 1970s, the joke was that run-down Glasgow was Disneyland. “Aye, because this disnae work, and that disnae work. . . . ” Well, we all live in Disnaeland now. You voted for Brexit? You ended up with Theresa May and now three options — […]
(CNS News) – Someone once quipped a few years back that “we are five days away from fundamentally transforming the United States of America.” My question is simple: why would anyone want to fundamentally transform that true grit, the indomitable, entrepreneurial drive and determination, the abject courage to mount upon a 2,000-pound, massive animal and ride it for 8 seconds?
(CBS This Morning) – It’s been a decade since the last major economic slowdown. About 8.7 million Americans lost their jobs, and some of the world’s biggest banks collapsed. Alex Wagner spoke to former Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke and former Treasury Secretaries Henry Paulson and Timothy Geithner, some of the key players in the 2008 financial crisis.
(Fox News) – This week, a group of more than 200 middle and high school students got to see what they can achieve when they work hard and dream big in America.
(CNN) – In the olden days of presidential appointments and nominations, the focus was justifiably on the nominees — their background, what their policy positions said about the role they would play in an administration and whether or not they would get confirmed.
(The Boston Globe) – The trivial details of the personal relations between the leaders provide endless fodder for journalists, but they are inconsequential.
(Yahoo Finance) – I fear that Federal Reserve officials will do precisely the wrong thing at the next Federal Open Markets Committee (FOMC) meeting by raising rates to show their independence from the president, who is publicly bullying them against such a move. Instead, they should heed the market which is flashing warnings, and listen to a growing chorus of experts encouraging them to hit pause on interest rate hikes.
(LinkedIn) – Every day, over 2 million posts, videos and articles course through the LinkedIn feed, generating tens of thousands of comments every hour — and tens of millions more shares and likes. So, who stood out in 2018 — and who should you be following to stay ahead?
(CNN Business) – Viewed through the prism of our own experience as corporate directors, we think it’s high time for boards to become more diverse. Not because a law requires it, but because a variety of backgrounds, experiences and skill sets leads to stronger, more rigorous, and significantly more effective corporate governance.
Hailed as the world’s most important conservationist and animal welfare activist, Jane Goodall continues to amaze and educate audiences across the globe with her triumphant and touching story. As the foremost expert on chimpanzees, Goodall is most famous for her 45-year study of the social and familial interactions of wild chimpanzees in Gombe Stream National […]
(Financial Times) – Europeans who wonder about the benefits of ties with the US should recall the tenure of president George HW Bush. He entered the White House at a transformative movement for transatlantic and global relations. In four years, he left a greater legacy than most presidents achieve over two terms.
By Newt Gingrich (original source Fox News) “When you see pictures of smiling world leaders from the G-20 summit that began Friday in Buenos Aires, Argentina, remember that the images do not depict reality. The G-20 summit is not a pleasant social gathering of nice people who all have the same values or the same […]
(CNSNews) – I believe it is time to cast aside emotions and ideological agendas and look at the situation with illegal immigration in America objectively.
(Frontline PBS) – Interview with Brad Parscale, digital and media advisor for Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign
Richard Gerver has been described as one of the most inspirational leaders of his generation. He is an award-winning speaker, bestselling author and world-renowned thinker.
Neal Petersen is an award-winning author, solo “Around Alone” racing yachtsman, founder of an investment bank and so much more. Few people have realized their dreams, but even fewer have raced solo around the world and in a home built boat! It is an unparalleled adventure, the longest, most extreme race for any man or […]
(Bustle) – From moments of individual strength and courage to collective expressions of solidarity and engagement, women of color are shaking Americans out of their complacency and resignation by organizing, energizing, and leading the “resistance” — which is better referred to as the awakening of a vigorous civil society in this increasingly diverse nation.
(Fox News) – America’s criminal justice system is badly broken, and the next few weeks will determine the fate of efforts to fix it.
By Allen West (original source CNS News) “If you remember, it was back in the waning days of the 2008 presidential election in Columbia, Missouri when then Senator and presidential candidate Barack Obama made a defining assertion: “We are five days away from fundamentally transforming the United States of America.” What I found interesting was […]
(Fox News) – Mississippi proved once again Tuesday that is it a conservative state whose residents prefer Republican policies when voters elected GOP Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith – a steadfast supporter of President Trump – to complete the term of former Republican Sen. Thad Cochran.
Heidi has faced extraordinary adversity in her life. Beginning with the loss of her husband at the age of 27, to losing a million-dollar insurance settlement, Heidi’s entrepreneurial spirit and extraordinary leadership skills helped her pick herself up and found Camp Bow Wow, a $100 million leader in the pet and franchise industry hitting the […]
(Fox News) – Former 2016 presidential candidate speaks out on President Trump’s agenda, the midterm elections and current political climate on ‘America’s Newsroom.
(CBS This Morning) – Brad Parscale, Mr. Trump’s 2020 campaign manager who served as Mr. Trump’s 2016 campaign digital director, joins to discuss the upcoming elections.
(The Boston Globe) – On the day that Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed by the Senate as the newest Supreme Court justice — a day many Republicans celebrated as a tremendous victory over their Democratic opponents — I offered the following thought to my wife: “This is peak Trump.”
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David Hickton is a former U.S. Attorney and current director of the University of Pittsburgh Institute for Cyber Law, Policy, and Security. Hickton is also a dynamic speaker, who touches on subjects including cybersecurity and cyber threats, leadership and the virtues of servant leadership, building safer communities, enhancing community police trust, combating the national opioid […]
Andrew Scott is Professor of Economics at London Business School, Co-founder of The Longevity Forum and an award-winning speaker, author and researcher. Andrew is most famous for his global best seller “The 100 Year Life” which offers a compellingly different view on an ageing society and how it represents a major opportunity for us all, […]
Dr. Marty Makary is the New York Times best-selling author of Unaccountable, a 2012 Library JournalBook of the Year—a book about how transparency is revolutionizing medicine and empowering patients. He is also the author of Mama Maggie: The Untold Story of One Woman’s Mission to Love the Forgotten Children of Egypt’s Garbage Slums, which chronicles a Nobel Prize nominee known […]
Author, former diplomat, speaker and now a sought-after advisor to Fortune 50 and Silicon Valley CEOs, Anja Manuel shares her powerful insights on the rise of emerging markets in Asia and beyond, what this means for us and America’s future role in international leadership.
(FOX News) – Tuesday’s midterm election results confirm beyond a doubt that President Trump is a political force of nature like we’ve never seen.
(CNS News) – Imagine we are in a court of law, that we have gone through a lengthy trial, and it is now time for closing arguments. On one side we have the plaintiff, progressive socialism, and on the other side there is the defendant, constitutional conservatism. Progressive socialism has brought a lawsuit against constitutional conservatism demanding control/power. Progressive socialism makes the claim that their ideological agenda is better, and the jury, the American people, must decide the case.
(Fox News) – A perfect storm is brewing in the Southern Hemisphere and making its way north to the United States.
The midterms have passed, and the results are in – but now it’s about understanding what’s on the horizon.
Dr. Eric Cole is the #1 cyber security expert in the US with a non-paralleled resume including the Obama administration, CIA, and the Gates Foundation. With more than 30 years of experience, he specializes in helping clients build a dynamic defense in the right areas of security to prevent security breaches, and also works in […]
(The Blaze) – Sean Spicer joins Glenn and all your favorite personalities from TheBlaze for a roundtable rundown of today’s top stories.
(The Old School Patriot) – Lieutenant Colonol (Ret) Allen B. West releases his new book “Hold Texas, Hold the Nation: Victory or Death”.
(The Financial Times) – US politicians, with some help from regulators, are trying to weaken these rules, setting a dangerous global precedent. Both Republicans and Democrats supported legislation giving the three largest US custody banks an average of a 20 per cent reduction to their leverage ratios.
(The Globe and Mail) – For the vast majority of the world’s people, life today is longer, healthier and wealthier than at any other time in human history. Accelerating technological innovation promises great advancement at an even more rapid pace. It should be the dawn of a great new age.
(Washington Examiner) – I have argued in these pages that politics has become about winning, not problem-solving; that while the media may highlight problems, they may actually make some of them worse; and that while “strongmen” claim to be vastly capable all by themselves, real problem-solving requires collaboration.
Allen C. Guelzo is a New York Times® best-seller author, American historian and commentator on public issues. He is one of Power Line’s 100 “Top Professors” in America. From 2006 to 2013, he served as a member of the National Council of the National Endowment for the Humanities. An eloquent and riveting speaker, he electrifies […]
Carl Cameron, has covered national politics since 1988. Nicknamed “Campaign Carl” for his tireless road-coverage of State and National elections, he served as the network’s first Chief Congressional Correspondent, first Chief White House Correspondent and only Chief Political Correspondent. The New York Times and the Washington Post have praised Carl’s objective and unbiased reporting. The […]
Damyanti Gupta became the first female with a Masters in Engineering ever hired by Ford Motor Company in 1967. After being the first woman admitted to the engineering college that she attended in India and graduating, Damyanti moved to Detroit, Michigan, and started her new life with Ford Motors. Along with her own successful and […]
Professor Jonathan Turley is a nationally recognized legal scholar who has written extensively in areas ranging from constitutional law to legal theory to tort law. He has written over three dozen academic articles that have appeared in a variety of leading law journals at Cornell, Duke, Georgetown, Harvard, Northwestern, University of Chicago, and other schools. […]
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(CNBC) – A Hillary Clinton presidency would have been even more disruptive than the current Donald Trump administration, historian and prolific author Niall Ferguson told CNBC
(CNN) – This is not Woodward’s first rodeo. He has written a series of books documenting each of our recent presidents. So how did the White Houses of George W. Bush and Barack Obama handle Woodward when they learned he was writing on them? For that answer I reached out to Jen Psaki, former White House communications director in the Obama administration (and a CNN contributor)
(Toronto Sun) – The rise in anti-Semitism across Europe should be alarming to all of us, and not just for moral reasons. History shows that the mindset which embraces anti-Semitism rarely restricts its hatred to the Jewish minority.
(The Salem News) – After hearing from Nancy Frates, mom of ALS patient and crusader Pete, nearly 150 students took part in a massive ice bucket challenge at the high school.
(Washington Examiner) – The late, great Aretha Franklin wrote a song called “Who’s Zoomin’ Who?” She sang of two people, each of whom felt cheated on and victimized by the other, both of whom were engaging in precisely the same behavior. It is an apt analogy for the relationship between our politics and the media.
(Wall Street Journal) – Congress should reassert its constitutional authority over trade. To start, lawmakers should insist on their prerogative to decide whether to retain the North American Free Trade Agreement or adopt President Trump’s proposed replacement.
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(iNews) – The Hollywood actor and environmental campaigner highlights the message about global warming behind these beautiful images
(Gardner News) – GVNA HealthCare has announced that the keynote speaker for the 9th annual Executive Leadership Breakfast will be Nancy Frates, an ALS Advocate whose son, Pete Frates, was the inspiration for the Ice Bucket Challenge.
(Fox News) – John McCain was always pushing the margins, looking for new ideas and trying to find better ways to do things.
(The Times) – If Hillary Clinton were president, Congress would have already impeached her
(HiBusiness) – Omniex has appointed previous Federal Deposit Insurance Corp (FDIC) Chairman Sheila Bair as a member of the board of advisors.
(Irish Examiner) – Former White House press spokesperson Sean Spicer has insisted Donald Trump will remain as US president for six more years, saying the US must come back together and stop undermining its systems of government.
(Forbes) – There’s been a spate of high-profile press headlines and news stories pointing to seeming evidence that the U.S. is winning the trade war with China.
(Business Insider) – In his upcoming book, ” Born to Ice ” — which is being published by teNeues and will be released in North America in October — Nicklen has collected photos from the polar north and south.
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(FordIT) – Over 300 people attended the FAIA event to meet Damyanti Rani Gupta, a woman who broke multiple barriers inside and outside of Ford.
(CNN) – Ever wonder how much of your longevity is determined by your genes vs. your lifestyle? It has been a scientific debate for years that has even set off an arms race among genetic testing kits and fitness monitors.
(Yahoo Finance) – Where are we in the global economic cycle? I wish I had the answer.
(PR Newswire) – Twitter, Inc. today announced the appointments of Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala and Robert Zoellick to Twitter’s Board of Directors (the “Board”) as new independent directors, effective immediately.
(SF Gate) – Architects of the government’s response to the last financial crisis worry the country is ill-equipped to handle another, fearing an “amnesia” has taken hold of policymakers, regulators, and the public that could lead to the next panic.
(The Best Schools) – Each of them saw a problem that troubled them enough to cause them to use their time, energy, and resources to discover — and in many cases implement — a solution. Yes, these teenagers are inventors, but perhaps more accurately and more importantly, they are problem solvers.
(The Strategist) – The overwhelming speed of technological development means armed forces must change their approach to everything from who they recruit and train to how targets are attacked and how a nation defends itself.
(The Hill) – President Trump touted his former White House press secretary Sean Spicer’s upcoming book on his Twitter account Saturday, urging supporters to buy the book, which he called full of “heart and knowledge.”
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(CNN) – Most of the time when you hear me talking about food, I am talking about the food we eat. But a few years ago, I realized I needed to talk more about the food we DON’T eat.
While you may know him best as the award-winning Donald Trump impersonator, John Di Domenico is one of the busiest and hardest working corporate entertainers and character actors in the United States. John specializes in thoroughly evaluating his clients’ mission, objectives, and goals, and then strategically customizing his highly unique brand of powerful content-driven comedy […]
(Forbes) – “It’s important whatever choices you make, that you know the tradeoffs when you’re making them.”
Meridith Valiando Rojas is the Co-Founder and CEO of DigiTour Media, the largest producer of live events featuring social media talent. In her role as CEO, Valiando Rojas has overseen the production of over 750 live events and hundreds of thousands of tickets across the United States and abroad and has helped to launch the […]
(Fox 23) – Nonprofit Voto Latino wants to register 1 million new Latino voters by 2020, launching this week on-the-ground and digital efforts that target young people.
(Fox) – Former Prime Minister of Canada Stephen Harper on U.S. trade relations.
(CBS News) – Brad Parscale, digital director for Trump’s campaign, was a critical factor in the president’s election. Now questions surround how he did it
(Nasdaq) – President Trump’s positive impact on the U.S. economy and markets is unassailable.
Unlike many speakers that deliver canned speeches, Nicholas leverages his real world expertise as a CEO and Award-Winning Innovator. Additionally, Nicholas only delivers customized talks that are thoughtfully crafted to meet the strategies of your event. His three-step Pre-Event process of Scoping, Research and Customization provides you the best return on investment and actionable and […]
(Fox News) – Every time members of the elite media mention the “blue wave” that is supposedly coming in the Nov. 6 congressional elections, they seem more and more delusional. In fact, as the elections draw closer, Republican victories are looking much more likely.
(The Dailywire) – This year, close to 3 million college students are graduating across America and will continue to pursue the American dream.
(Markets Insider) – Advocates for Opioid Recovery (AOR) advisor former House Speaker Newt Gingrich is releasing a new book this week, Trump’s America, in which he discusses the ongoing opioid epidemic and the handful of solutions that will make a significant difference in the lives of all Americans touched by addiction.
(Newswire) – Signal Books is pleased to announce Right Here, Right Now: Politics and Leadership in the Age of Disruption by Stephen J. Harper, on sale October 16, 2018 in North America.
(The Daily Signal) – Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich spoke exclusively to The Daily Signal’s Ginny Montalbano about his new book “Trump’s America: The Truth About Our Nation’s Great Comeback.”
(TIME) – ‘Hard work and confidence can take you far.’
The vision for revolutionizing how work gets done led Leah Busque to pioneer the concept of “Service Networking,” forging a leading role in the Collaborative Consumption movement. Since bootstrapping TaskRabbit in 2008, Busque has expanded the company internationally, raised nearly $50 million in venture funding, and inspired legions of startups to launch in the Collaborative and […]
(Financial Times) – People around the world are bewildered by President Donald Trump’s manoeuvres on trade. Their confusion is understandable, because Mr Trump rejects 70 years of US policy.
Michael F. Zeldin has served as a legal analyst since 1996 covering such stories as the Whitewater/Monica Lewinsky investigation, the Clinton impeachment proceedings, the Gore v. Bush election, the disappearance of Chandra Levy. Presently, he is a CNN legal analyst principally focusing on the investigation of Special Counsel Robert Mueller. He has published opinion-editorial pieces […]
(The Suburban) – Some 1000 Montrealers gathered at the Shaar Hashomayim synagogue to celebrate the special anniversary by paying tribute to the Right Honourable Stephen Harper, the former Prime Minister of Canada, for his unflinching support of Israel throughout his political career.
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(Fox Business) – Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, (R-Ga.), on the impact of the improving U.S. economy on the midterm elections, President Trump’s efforts to lower drug prices, the media and President Trump’s foreign policy.
(The Daily Northwestern) – “If we continue to be a nation that was on the path of compromising, appeasing, acquiescing to despots, dictators, theocrats and autocrats, then we put your future and the future of the United States of America at risk.”
An insightful speaker with an engaging style, Gary Langer is founder and president of Langer Research Associates, a New York-based firm that designs, manages and analyzes survey research projects for corporate, media, foundation, association and academic clients. He directs news polling for the ABC News television network, surveys economic sentiment in Bloomberg L.P.’s weekly Consumer […]
Kelly Decker is a preeminent authority on creating the optimal communication experience. She is an executive coach to the Fortune 500 and personally coaches executive leaders from companies like AT&T, Clorox, Informatica, Lithium, ServiceSource and Teradata to increase their impact and influence.
Dr. Michael Gervais has followed a central question: Is there a common thread connecting those who change how we understand how the world works? As a high-performance psychologist, he works in the trenches of high-stakes environments, where there is no luxury for mistakes, hesitation, or failure to respond. While Dr. Gervais’ roster includes an MVP […]
With two New York Times best sellers and through 20 years at the Harvard Negotiation Project and Triad Consulting Group, Sheila Heen shows us how to engage the conversations that are critical to learning, collaboration, innovation and sound decision-making in your organization.
Dennis Brouwer – who started his career as a naval flight officer hunting for Soviet submarines in the north Arabian Sea – loves to take things apart, but not in a destructive way. Over a three-decade career of achievement at the highest levels, Dennis has developed and leveraged a model of Deconstruction to tackle the […]
As one of the most high-profile celebrity photographers in the world, Annie Leibovitz has shot some of the most iconic celebrity images of the last 30 years – in the shape of world leaders, moguls, movie stars and musicians. Leibovitz began her career as a photojournalist for Rolling Stone in 1970, while she was still […]
(Reuters) – Stanley Fischer, the former vice chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve, said the Trump administration’s decision to pull out of the Iran nuclear deal and other geopolitical developments were cause for concern given the potential for international conflict.
(The San Diego Union Tribune) – He’s a war strategist and a business owner, a bestselling author and an expert on mercenaries and robots. And for much of the past week, he was a major defense-conference headliner invited to share ideas with the region’s top brass as well as grunts on the ground.
(MacroPolo) – At the end of 2016, as Donald Trump prepared to take office as President, I penned an essay for Foreign Affairs magazine on “China and the World.”
(Fox News Insider) – Tomi Lahren: Trump Having ‘Amazing Diplomatic Victories’ Despite Being Labeled ‘Incapable’
(Investor’s Business Daily) – The postman rang once and unknowingly delivered the blackmail message. It was a letter from some creepy guy who claimed he had tripped upon my “secret” while working in my neighborhood.
Dr. Tasha Eurich is an organizational psychologist, speaker and New York Times bestselling author* of Bankable Leadership: Happy People, Bottom Line Results and the Power to Deliver Both. Her life’s work is to help organizations succeed by improving the effectiveness of their leaders and teams. Dr. Eurich pairs her scientific grounding in human behavior with […]
(Live Kindly) – National Geographic photographer and co-founder of ocean conservation organization SeaLegacy, Paul Nicklen is campaigning for the protection of marine life against the driftnet fishing industry.
(Yahoo Finance) – Hank Paulson, former US Treasury Secretary during the 2008 financial crisis, finds some bright spots in how the Trump administration is dealing with the rising trade tensions with Beijing.
Ori Brafman is a multiple New York Times bestselling author. He specializes in organizational culture, employee engagement, business transformation, leadership, and emerging technologies. Brafman’s new bestselling book, Radical Inclusion: What the Post–9/11 World Should Have Taught Us About Leadership, co-authored with GEN(R) Martin Dempsey, argues that inclusion is no longer a “nice-to-have”, but a strategic […]
(The Washington Post) – When historian Niall Ferguson moved from Harvard to Stanford two years ago, he was struck by Silicon Valley’s indifference to history.
A consummate statesman who led France through many of the greatest threats and challenges of the 21stcentury, François Hollande brings insights gained from a lifetime spent at the highest levels of public service to the most pressing issues of our time. From terrorism to climate change, to the global economy and beyond, he has faced them all with a measured […]
(CNS News) – The issue of school safety can be solved, but for the left, that is not their aim. Their goal is to disarm Americans. And horribly so, they are willing to emotionally use and abuse our children to accomplish this.
(Boston Globe) – The general theory of relativity describes the force of graft-ity as it acts on Trump’s relatives. Bunkum mechanics, on the other hand, deals with phenomena on extremely small scales, such as the particles known as tweets.
(Digital Limo) – Anomali, the leading provider of threat management and collaboration solutions, announced that former Secretary of the U.S. Navy, Ray Mabus, will be joining the company as its newest advisory board member.
(Forbes) – When President Trump signed an Executive Order on March 11, 2018 that set forth a plan to impose prospectively import tariffs on steel of 25% and on aluminum of 10% for countries exporting those products to the U.S., most of us trade negotiation veterans were startled. Literally. You should be too.
Hochberg has spent decades at the intersection of global policymakers and the business community, growing a family business into a major public company, leading one of the U.S. government’s most important credit institutions and international economic agencies, and serving as dean of a public policy school all the while continuing to be a passionate champion […]
(WebWire) – Eight trailblazing adventurers recognized for contributions and achievements in adventure sports, nonprofit work and photography
(Washington Examiner) – A new frontier of transportation technology is here.
(CNN) – Donald Trump’s ascent to the presidency brought with it a host of new household names. Corey Lewandowski, Hope Hicks, Kellyanne Conway, Steve Bannon — to name just a few.
(Barron’s) – Sheila Bair has demonstrated that she’s not afraid to be the lone person flagging potential problems. The former head of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. is best known for her early warnings about the subprime mortgage market, and she’s still spotting problems in the financial system.
Thomas Hoenig has more than 40 years of experience in economics, central banking, commercial bank supervision, and executive leadership. He is a life-long advocate of market based methods to allocating scarce resources and assuring strong and consistent economic growth. This philosophy has long influenced his thinking about monetary policy and the supervision of the financial […]
The most fascinating things in life are those that surprisingly pop-up out of nowhere and inexplicably capture our attention. After all, we are hardwired with a fight-or-flight instinct that demands that we notice anything disruptive. Tarun Wadhwa has lived his whole life examining rule-changing innovative disruptions and how they affect our business and personal lives […]
(National Geographic) – Cristina Mittermeier and Paul Nicklen are working to create and protect healthy oceans through powerful imagery.
(The Wall Street Journal) – FDIC Vice Chairman Thomas Hoenig has emerged as one of the most influential detractors of big banks—the only top regulator in Washington who has directly called for their dismantling.
(The Wall Street Journal) – ‘I really don’t think we should be guaranteeing Wall Street a margin by guaranteeing them a zero or a near zero interest rate.’
Liz Wessel is the 27-year-old Co-Founder and CEO of WayUp, the go-to platform for millions of early-career professionals to explore opportunities, receive advice, and get discovered by employers. Founded in July 2014, WayUp is a venture-backed startup based in NYC that has raised $27.6M and was named by CNN as one of the 30 most […]
Dorie Clark helps individuals and companies get their best ideas heard in a crowded, noisy world. She has been named one of the Top 50 business thinkers in the world by Thinkers50, and was honored as the #1 Communication Coach in the world at the Marshall Goldsmith Coaching Awards. She is a keynote speaker and […]
(Macro Polo) – Imagine, for a moment, that you’re writing a short history of reform euphoria in China. Your essay would be, well, pretty short.
(Global Gurus) – Chip R. Bell has helped many Fortune 100 companies dramatically enhance their bottom lines and marketplace reputation through innovative customer-centric strategies that address the needs of today’s picky, fickle, vocal and “all about me” customers.
Jeremiah Owyang focuses on how new technologies impact business models and how corporates must innovate. He focuses on how disruptive technologies—such as social media, collaborative economy, autonomous world, blockchain and more—and how they impact the relevance to corporations. He is well recognized by both the tech industry and the media for his grounded approach to […]
(WJLA) – Elected officials throughout the country have sent prayers and thoughts. But now it is time to find solutions.
(The Washington Times) – This past Valentine’s Day, Nikolas Cruz entered a classroom in Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, and proceeded to murder 17 people and wound 15 others.
Few people in history can claim such a distinguished, diverse and truly impactful career as Stanley Fischer. An iconic Israeli-American economist, Fischer has led, advised, and even taught the world’s most influential political and business leaders. It is a career that has spanned the most prominent of institutions including the Federal Reserve, Bank of Israel, […]
(Astronaut Scholarship Foundation) – Along with the idea to build a foundation, the Mercury 7 astronauts envisioned a place where the accomplishments of astronauts could be celebrated and showcased to the public.
Dr. Natalie Stavas was approaching the finish line of her 5th Boston marathon when explosions shook the city. Instinctively running towards the chaos that ravaged the renowned athletic event, she raced to save as many lives as possible, administering CPR, applying tourniquets and triaging the wounded. Recognized for her bravery, her actions resulted in her […]
(The Wall Street Journal) – Legislators who want to weaken capital standards must have forgotten the lessons of the 2008 crisis.
(Bloomberg) – In early February, with the Treasury secretary testifying about wild gyrations in the stock market and the Federal Reserve leveling unprecedented penalties against Wells Fargo & Co., it may have felt like 2008 again, with the financial system under siege. In reality, banks are booming, at least in Washington.
Stedman Graham is chairman and CEO of S. Graham & Associates, a Chicago-based management and marketing consulting firm that specializes in corporate and educational markets. Graham delivers his identity message throughout the country and globally to corporations, professional associations, government and civic organizations, colleges and universities, and community groups.
(Beverly Wicked Local) – The Humanitarian award will be going to Nancy Frates of Beverly for her work to find a cure for ALS.
Tali Sharot is a leading expert on human decision-making, optimism and emotion. A neuroscientist by trade, Sharot combines research in psychology, behavioral economics and neuroscience to reveal the forces that shape our decisions, beliefs and inaccurate expectations of the future and how those can be altered (or sustained).
(Hoover Institution) – Niall Ferguson, author of The Square and the Tower, argues that networks are not a new phenomenon and have been impacting human culture from the beginning of history.
Jeff Pearlman is the New York Times best-selling author of eight books, including biographies of Brett Favre, Walter Payton, Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens and the 1986 New York Mets and 1990s Dallas Cowboys. He is a former ESPN columnist and Sports Illustrated senior writer whose 1999 profile of then-Atlanta Braves pitcher John Rocker remains one […]
Vice Admiral Frank Pandolfe, U.S. Navy (retired) is an accomplished strategist, thought-leader, and change agent. He is CEO of PAN Global Strategies, a consultancy specializing in strategic planning, risk assessment, and executive education. He serves as a Senior Mentor at the State Department’s Foreign Service Institute and is on the Board of Directors of Michael […]
(CNN) – The Trump team, like so many administrations before them, has been preparing to sell the accomplishments of its first year in office.
Shep Hyken is a customer service and experience expert and the Chief Amazement Officer of Shepard Presentations. He is a New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestselling author and has been inducted into the National Speakers Association Hall of Fame for lifetime achievement in the speaking profession. Shep works with companies and organizations who […]
(Fox News) – Former press secretary reflects on ‘The Story’ about his time within the Trump administration.
Col. Nicole Malachowski, USAF (Ret.) defies stereotypes. Yes, she was a jet fighter pilot, but if you think you know her based on that, you’d be wrong. A leader, a combat veteran, the first woman pilot on the Thunderbirds Air Demonstration Squadron, a White House Fellow, and an inductee into both the National Women’s Hall […]
Dr. Christine Dumas is a Consumer Health and Lifestyle reporter, strategic healthcare policy advisor and author. Since 1996, Christine has covered the health and wellness, consumer affairs and lifestyle space and her stories have appeared on NBC’s Today and Today: Weekend Edition and Weekend Live on FOX, and she has made guest appearances on both […]
Jaws has successfully taken his leadership skills from the gridiron to the boardroom defining the lines where Sports meets Business. He has always exhibited an entrepreneurial spirit and today owns a professional sports team, a business relationship company and 6 golf courses. Ron and his family strive to give back to the community. They put their […]
Boris Epshteyn is the Chief Political Commentator for Sinclair Broadcast Group, one of the largest and most diversified television broadcasting companies in the country. Boris hosts the “Bottom Line with Boris” programs across Sinclair’s platforms, providing insight into issues ranging from foreign policy and national security to tax reform and healthcare.
(The Wall Street Journal) – This year we’ll find out how serious he is about protectionism. So far the signs aren’t good.
(Princeton Info) – Chris Kuenne knows something about starting and growing a business.
(The Hill) – Using every tool it can to restrain immigration, the Trump administration has now taken aim at a little-known but vital resource: immigration caseworkers in congressional offices.
(Macro Polo) – Since the curtain fell on the 19th Congress of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in October 2017, Chinese politics have been dominated by the supposed devotion of all 86 million Party members to the thoughts of General Secretary Xi Jinping.
Dr. Thomas E. Price, an orthopedic surgeon, most recently served as the 23rd Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS). He brought to the Department a lifetime of service and a dedication to advancing the quality of health care in America – both as a physician and policymaker. During his congressional career, Dr. Price served […]