How radical would Biden be?
Individual freedom and responsibility are under assault.
The COVID-19 pandemic is disproportionately infecting the already chronically ailing fiscal health of Democrat-run states and cities that are least positioned to recover any time soon, if at all.
The folks who promised "fundamental transformation" has truly outdone themselves, transforming itself in return to a destabilizing influence on our culture that targets assaults upon America’s basic understanding of itself.
California is wrecking it's electric grid. A 10-year-old natural gas power plant in California’s Inland Empire is being decommissioned this year — 20 to 30 years earlier than its planned lifespan.
Some families with school-age children are wondering if or when their kids will be able to get any sort of "normal" education experiences
The Obama-Biden administration-era regulations attempted to federalize nationwide control over zoning and land-use policies through greatly expanded interpretations of four obscure words in the original 1968 Fair Housing Act (FHA), namely calling for "affirmatively furthering fair housing."
"In classrooms, newsrooms and boardrooms across the country, you can almost hear the silence as people internally check what they say in the knowledge that if they cross the line they’ll be publicly denounced and very likely terminated."
New "Build Back Better" policies duplicated by the United Nations and Democratic Party political platforms propose not only to transform capitalism, but to expansively replace it with a "more equitable" Socialist model.
Splice the "Great Reset" with the "Green New Deal" and you get Joe Biden's plan for massive government control. Radically dangerous.
Should science consider all opinions or only a one-sided narrative?
To remain relevant in the post-COVID-19 world, universities must be able to demonstrate real progress toward leading broader societal and business transformations in demonstrably valued ways.
The digital era makes cities less relevant. City leaders should not push business out.
Higher-education administrators and practitioners must seize upon this period of coronavirus upheaval and uncertainty as an incentive to apply and optimize benefits of virtual classrooms at every level to make learning more effective — both off campus or on.
Remember when the pivotal health objective was to "flatten the curve" — before the back to life and business goal post marker got moved to “beating the virus?