Thoughts on the U.S. Senate Race, Army policy and more

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Protecting Kids – As an attorney, my advice to Roy Moore is to drop out of the race for U.S. Senate and immediately start focusing on his criminal defense plan. The allegations against him are credible and should not be confused with the non-stop stream of allegations coming out of Hollywood (understandably the public could choose to distrust some of those particular allegations simply because they involve adults whose business it is to seek the limelight, and arose in a culture in

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Thoughts on gun violence and where we go from here

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Guns – We are all familiar with the saying “guns don’t kill people; people kill people.” I tend to agree with that, but with a small modifier – “people kill people, but guns make it easier.” As a young Marine, I was trained extensively in the use of firearms. For anyone who has seen the movie Full Metal Jacket, it accurately depicts the relationship that a Marine has with his/her rifle – it is an extension of that Marine, it is to be respected, and

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Dishing on free speech, the NFL and Hollywood

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Universities and Free Speech – Kudos to the University of Chicago for taking what I believe is the correct position on a university’s role in society and free speech. The University issued a written statement to its students letting them know where it stands with respect to the ongoing campus culture wars: “Our commitment to academic freedom means we do not support so-called ‘trigger warnings,’ we do not cancel invited speakers because their topics might prove controversial, and we do not condone the creation

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CMM Live: Focus on HIA-LI and Women’s Leadership featuring Terri Alessi-Miceli of HIA-LI

“Growing up, conversations around the dining room table were always about what I could do, not what I couldn’t.” Terri Alessi-Miceli, President of HIA-LI, spoke with Joe Campolo about a range of topics including the critical importance of mentoring in helping to stop sexual harassment in the workplace, the mission at the heart and soul of HIA-LI, and how emerging leaders can seek out activities that will help them “practice the profession of business.”

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