By Terry Paulson, PhD Free and open political discussions have always helped make America strong. Such dialogue is the fire that tests the metal of our convictions and the depth of our understanding. They aren’t to be avoided but harnessed in a way that risks influence without demonizing adversaries. In a free society, finding clarity is […]
Are some countries happier than others? If so, why? What are the attributes of happiness, and can it be bought? Does geography dictate our happiness cycle? See what our expert has to say.
A Newsweek headline read, “How bad is the U.S. health care system?” Among high-income nations, it’s the worst, the study says.
U.S. #healthcare may be one of the best in the world, however, our healthcare system itself is complicated, expensive, and somewhat dysfunctional.
According to Pew Research, in the last three years, the share of adults with a favorable view of the Supreme Court has dropped 15% from 70% to 54%. See what Hon. Alberto R Gonzales, Former U.S. Attorney General of the United States, Belmont University College of Law, has to say.