Perhaps it is time that a spirit of kindness comes to Washington, and to our nation for that matter.
Author: Sheldon H. Jacobson, Ph.D., opinion contributor
Southwest Airlines meltdown: When ultra-efficiency is not supported by technology
Southwest has been the poster child of airline efficiency and profitability for decades.
An airport security makeover is long overdue
According to TSA, about 6,600 firearms will be detected at airport security checkpoints in 2022.
If REAL ID can be further delayed, why is it needed?
The short-term consequences of people being denied access to air travel and federal facilities would ensure long-term compliance .
What the data actually say about assault weapons
In 2020, almost 3.4 million Americans died from heart disease, cancer and COVID-19. Where do firearm deaths fall in the mix?
Paying the price to reduce gun violence
Buying down risk is a universal concept — time to apply it, grounded in data science analytics, to reduce gun violence.
Has college rank exodus begun?
Harvard and Yale Law will no longer participate in U.S. News & World Report’s law school rankings.
How to avoid impending holiday travel disruptions
4 things travelers can do to minimize the risk of their flights being impacted.
Gerrymandering is not just an American problem
Gerrymandering is rampant in the United States. The recent provincial election in Quebec suggests that the same malignancy exists there.
Success demands a willingness to fail
Young people must be taught that failure is an acceptable outcome, and how to use failure to build toward future success