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7 Strategies To Win the Cyber “Space Race”

One of the undercurrents from this election season has to be cybersecurity. Or in many cases, the lack of it -- or a lack of understanding of what...

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Richard Levick

Fox bets on Megyn Kelly as the Future

Her Allegations against Roger Ailes are important but they are more a Profile in Marketing than Courage Last week, I sat down to tape an...

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Andrew Ricci

The Need for Shorter Elections

Can any of us remember a time when we could open a newspaper or turn on the TV to get news that wasn’t about this campaign? A time when we...

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Michael Rubin

Healthcare Reform. Again?

It’s a DC parlor game, and it has started all over again: What will the next President do in his or her first year in office? Remember,...

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The Day the Internet Broke….Again

Bad things seem to always happen on clear crisp Fridays. I was up early, ready to rock and roll. Like usual, I let the dogs outside around 5:30...

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Megan Gabriel

In the Battle Against Science, Try Compassion

In case fearmongering weren’t enough reason to publish a study about the alleged impact of chemicals used in everyday household products,...

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Andrew Ricci

What Candidates Will Stand For

By showing what they won’t stand for, too many candidates have also shown what they will allow – and that poses an electoral problem.  Last...

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Alexander Lange, Esq.

Neutral Experts: Powerful Tools for Litigation Communicators

Earlier this year, renowned judge and legal scholar Richard Posner of the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit published a...

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The Internet of Things

  A “National Treasure,” or a Worldwide Problem of Epic Proportions? Another wild week on the Internet has led a lot of people to wonder...

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Keegan Bales

Complicated Candidates for a Conflicted America

Last week, Wolf Blitzer, the longtime face of CNN Politics, moderated a panel at the Newseum on the “incredibly extraordinary” 2016...

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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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