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This week, Ken and STW consulting editor-videographer Jon Sutz analyze President Trump’s proposals to reform America's educational system, and recommend vital additional measures to do this
This week, Ken addresses the rising instability in both democracies and dictatorships, each of which occupy about half of the world's population, and why some will survive, but others won't.
This week, Ken examines the history and dynamics of "America First" policies, and presents the best short-term and long-term approaches for keeping America safe.
This week, Ken explains why, contrary to popular opinion, John Bolton's departure is likely to increase the price America pays, in blood and treasure, to resolve the most pressing national security threats facing us.
This week, Ken discusses the Hong Kong protests, and why the courageous activists leading it represent the front line of the fight against the dictatorships that are determined to conquer the world.
In this letter, Ken responds to a Wall St. Journal editorial that describes the frequency with which America's enemies and "frenemies" criticize President Trump's National Security Adviser, John Bolton.
This week, Ken examines the sad state of America's Sunday morning public affairs TV shows and their focus on gossip and sensationalism, rather than substantive issues facing the American people.
This week, Ken examines the most recent moves by America's top adversaries, and the Trump administration's responses, and describes the two basic approaches to going forward from here.
This week, Ken analyzes the interconnectedness between America's primary adversaries, including Iran, North Korea, China, Venezuela and Russia, and urges the U.S. to remain strong in dealing with them.