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Dan Rene

Where Does The Clinton Foundation Go From Here?

The alleged role of the Clinton Foundation in a State Department “pay-to-play” scheme to the enrichment of the Clinton family has made...

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It’s Time: Rebalance Your Cybersecurity Landscape

Why you should Rebalance your Cybersecurity Landscape with Machine Learning and Automation Whether we like it or not, cyber security is, and...

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Melissa Beaty

The Power of Protest

What happens when those we expect to perform decide it’s time to preach? San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick has continued to make...

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Randall Samborn, Esq

The Government Isn’t Winning the Crypto War

But Is Anyone? This article originally appeared in Westlaw Journal Software Law. By Randall Samborn and Samantha Kruse. Microsoft...

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Melissa Beaty

Trump Struggles to Define His Legacy

“To be determined.” That was the response of Trump’s new campaign manager Kellyanne Conway during an interview Sunday on CNN’s “State of...

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Marc Ginsberg

Internet Service Providers Face Public Outcry

YouTube and Twitter face public outcry and judicial scrutiny for their online radical Islamic content.  By Ambassador Marc Ginsberg and Robert...

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Andrew Ricci

A Case Study in Governmental Crises:

The Clinton Email Controversy Has our long national nightmare come to an end? I’m talking, of course, about Hillary Clinton’s email...

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Alexander Lange, Esq.

A Tale of Two Pipelines

Since the Obama Administration rejected Transcanada’s over seven year old permit to build the Keystone XL Pipeline in November 2015, the issue...

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Melissa Beaty

Mike Pence’s Political Hail Mary

To many, Mike Pence seems like a simple man with a big dream of one day reaching the Oval Office. Coming to Washington, Pence was seen as an...

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Rachel Buckly

American Politics: A Shift

From “Yes We Can” to “Do We Have To?” The 2016 presidential election season is swinging into full force while the world watches our two...

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Bryant Madden

Update: Boeing’s Big Bet in Iran

Last month, I proposed that the success of Boeing’s pending $25 billion sale of aircraft to Iran could well depend on how the deal was messaged...

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