The High Cost of Forgetting

May God bless you and these United States of America. But more importantly, may God bless and comfort the loved ones of the brave men and women who gave their last full measure of devotion to this great nation.

This Memorial Day, Commit to Hiring Veterans Like Me

Veterans are one and a half times more likely to take their own lives than people who hadn't served in the military, according to the House Committee on Oversight and Reform. The risk nearly doubles during the first year after veterans leave active duty, when many struggle to find employment.

The Reign in Ukraine

Many Ukrainians seems to focus on survival at all costs—and have lost their sense of not only national pride, but also national identity.

Is Juneteenth the New Independence Day?

Juneteenth can be an appropriate and meaningful supplement to observance of July 4th, without replacing the parades, barbecues and fireworks that have illuminated American summers for more than two centuries.

Financial Inclusion is a Human Right. Policy Must Reflect That

Traditional banks have played their role in keeping too many people unbanked and underbanked for decades. Digital banks are creating the competition and growth the sector needs if it will adapt to new customers—but governments must support them.

My Visit to America's Southern Border

I decided that I would visit the border following a speaking event in Phoenix. What I discovered there is far more sinister and dangerous than anything that I could find on cable TV.