A month or so ago, I mentioned to a friend and colleague that we needed to plan the direction of our firm over the next couple of years. He responded that first we really needed to develop a mission statement for the firm (as we don’t have one).
In the coming decade, emerging technologies will thoroughly transform higher education. Although distance learning and computer-assisted education have been around since the 1960s, financial pressures are forcing institutions to develop aggressive online programs.
In light of bullying allegations against presumptive GOP Presidential Nominee Mitt Romney when he was a high school student, I feel it necessary to come clean before being outed by the Washington Post or the Van Buren Press-Argus Courier or the Farmington Post or those reckless, unprincipled and
Beyond the colorful pageantry implicit in even the most ambitious of presidential campaigns, reality says the presumptive party nominee who challenges a sitting commander-in-chief holds little control over the outcome, assuming a candidate’s chances are not terribly imperiled by a less than capti
The 2014 Democratic primary for Governor — which offers much more political intrigue than many match-ups in the 2012 cycle — was expected to be a heavyweight clash between Attorney General Dustin McDaniel and U.S. Rep. Mike Ross, D-Prescott.
“I am absolutely comfortable with the fact that men marrying men, women marrying women, and heterosexual men and women marrying another are entitled to the same exact rights, all the civil rights, all the civil liberties,” Vice President Joe Biden told NBC’s David Gregory on “Meet the Press.” “An
Six months ago, I first became aware of how prevalent child sexual abuse was throughout the United States and in our community. Learning that 1 in 5 children are sexually abused before turning the age of 18 was, at first, too difficult for me to comprehend.
Perhaps the biggest surprise of President Barack Obama’s appearance in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Tuesday (May 1) wasn’t the trip itself, but his use of the occasion to make a head-scratching speech and sign a strategic partnership accord that raises more questions than it answers.
Like a Pony Express rider wobbling toward Fort Laramie with an arrow in his hat, the Senate bill passed last week to reform the U.S. Postal Service is far from its goal and facing attack from all sides.