Today, I saw another article on why America is losing its wars in places like Iraq, Afghanistan, and elsewhere. The gist of this and similar articles is that America’s wars are winnable. That is, if we bomb more, or send more troops, or change our strategy, or alter our ROE (rules of engagement), or give […]
Nicholas Heron, The University of Queensland When he was captured by the Fascist militia in December of 1943, Primo Levi (1919-1987) preferred to declare his status as an “Italian citizen of the Jewish race” than admit to the political activities of which he was suspected, which he supposed would have resulted in torture and certain […]
Between packing the kids’ lunches, searching for missing homework assignments, sneakers or fill-in-the-blank, and making breakfast, weekday mornings can be hectic. Save some time and stress with these portable make-ahead breakfast recipes. From homemade granola bars to chocolate zucchini bread, there’s something delicious on the list for everyone. 1. Almond, Blueberry & Date Granola Bars […]
I don’t know anyone who couldn’t use a little boost in their energy and self-control. Researchers at the University of Nottingham recently published findings from their exploration of 83 separate studies on energy and self-control. What they found will change the way you start your day. The researchers found that self-control and energy are not […]
This post originally appeared on Gays With Kids. By David Blacker. It’s late at night. You can’t sleep. You put on the TV, but all the Golden Girl reruns are over. So you open your laptop. Go to your email and hit the refresh button. You expect to see a One Kings Lane email appear, […]
Co-authored by Linda Benesch, Communications Director, Social Security Works Donald Trump ran for President as a different kind of Republican. During the primary, he stood out from the crowd by promising to protect Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid. He went on to make that promise a centerpiece of his general election campaign. Even before the […]
The NFL draft is back on ESPN with blanket (read: suffocating) coverage, which always makes me think: What if Americans cared about their wars as much as they cared about the NFL? What if decisions were fact-based and results-oriented? What if everyone was well-informed, highly motivated, and committed to excellence? What if the media provided […]
This week, nearing the end of four years of service as an Obama Presidential appointee to the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF), I felt compelled to issue a public dissent to USCIRF’s 2017 Annual Report. While the larger part of my dissent dealt with the way the Commission does its work (which I […]
By Dave A. Chokshi, New York University Langone Medical Center In medicine, we speak of “seeing patients” when we are rounding in the hospital or caring for those who come to our clinics. But what about those people who may be sick but do not seek care? What is our responsibility to the patients we […]
Now that spring is in full swing, eating salad is so much more fun thanks to the plethora of fresh, bright produce. From Thai Crunch Salad with Peanut Dressing to French Lentil Salad with Goat Cheese, these crazy-good recipes will satisfy all your spring salad cravings. 1. Thai Crunch Salad with Peanut Dressing This recipe […]
Raised on contaminated property and forced to consider the value of life at a young age, Julieanne O'Connor shares her experiences of life and death while inspiring audiences to look even deeper for meaning in their lives.
Authenticity gives you the courage to not get pressured into decisions not in line with your values. Here's how authenticity benefits many different professional relationships. The post The Stress Relieving Ability of Authenticity appeared first on Home Business Magazine.
This is one of those golden rules of business—it’s true across all industries and all cultures: the easiest source of extra sales and new clients will always be the clients you already have now. The post How to Use Your Clients to Get More Clients appeared first on Home Business Magazine.
Today, online invoicing is the trend for most businesses whose perpetual headaches with hand-written invoices have prompted them to invest in more accurate invoicing and billing solutions. The post The Shift and Change of Traditional Handwritten Invoicing appeared first on Home Business Magazine.
In recent years, an unabashedly entrepreneurial project has been transforming entrepreneurial exploration. The post To Infinity and Beyond: How Entrepreneurism Is Making Space Tourism Viable appeared first on Home Business Magazine.
Don’t we all want our pets to have the very best of everything? Spoil Fido with the practical, affordable products from Best Pet Supplies, Inc.! The post Best Pet Supplies, Inc: The Adorable, Affordable Choice for Your Furry Friend appeared first on Home Business Magazine.
One of the toughest challenges facing a new franchisor is actually selling the first franchise, says Thomas M. Pitegoff, counsel in the New York City office of LeClairRyan and co-chair of the national law firm’s franchise industry team. The post First-Time Franchisors Face Unique Challenges, Attorney Warns appeared first on Home Business Magazine.
When Matt and James McManus created Bokos in 2013, they didn't have any retail experience but were eager to put their education to the test. The post Brothers Matt and James McManus Are Making Tracks in the Footwear Industry with Bokos appeared first on Home Business Magazine.
Egan Reid, a leading office furniture company, take a look at each type of desk, the health benefits of standing desks and how you should decide whether they’re right for you. The post Standing Vs Seated – Which Desks Are Best? appeared first on Home Business Magazine.
The Huffingon Post, an online news staple since 2005, this week renamed itself HuffPost. Editor-in-chief Lydia Polgreen gave the site a new mission -- to tell the stories of people "who have been left out of the conversation." Rotating reporters, changing weekly, will helm the site's Twitter feed.
While an annoyance to Netflix, the leak of season five of Orange is the New Black by hackers is the very thing the company has been protecting themselves from for years, by providing a service that's often better and more convenient than piracy itself.
A new interactive art and science exhibit called Seeing, takes a look at how eyes, brains and robots see as they tackle the sensory experience of vision, understanding and perception. The exhibit is curated by an ophthalmologist, a computer engineer and neurobiologist.