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Who do you think was considered the best president in American history? A team of experts was recently commissioned by C-SPAN to answer that question definitively and the results are fascinating. They ranked each president according to a number of different factors such as public persuasion, crisis leadership, international relations, and vision while in office. So which of the presidents since 1774 were the cream of the crop, the best of the best? We’ve compiled those presidents who made it into the top 40 right here. Whether you agree or disagree, read on to find out who made the cut!
Top 40 US Presidents Ranked from Lowest to Highest
Wednesday, July 18, 2018
Trump and Obama foreign trips show the contours of the new ‘culture’ wars
Email from The Washington Post, 07/18/18
Friday, July 13, 2018
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Saturday, June 9, 2018
Why Online Degrees are More Popular Than Ever
Andrew / 2018-05-17
With college degrees becoming increasingly necessary in the workforce and the costs of brick and mortar schools rapidly rising, online degrees are becoming more and more of a viable and well-respected option. Learn why.
There once was a time where online universities were not a very realistic replacement for higher education degrees, but that time is not now. For multiple reasons, these online programs should be seriously considered by anyone who might not think collegiate programs were made for them, their schedules, or their wallet.
Friday, June 8, 2018
Donald Trump’s demolition theory of foreign policy won’t work
Even if the president strikes a deal with North Korea, his approach will harm America and the world
PICTURE this: next week in Singapore President Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un crown their summit with a pledge to rid the Korean peninsula of nuclear weapons. A few days later America and China step back from a trade war, promising to settle their differences. And in the summer, as sanctions bite, the streets of Tehran rise up to cast off the Iranian regime.
These gains would be striking from any American president. From a man who exults in breaking foreign-policy taboos, they would be truly remarkable. But are they likely? And when Mr Trump seeks to bring them about with a wrecking ball aimed at allies and global institutions, what is the balance of costs and benefits to America and the world?
From The Economist, 06/07/18