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Articles by: Colin Hanna

Leadership: The Limits of Optimism

One of the many effects of the COVID-19 shutdown for me has been many more hours spent on my computer...

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Shakespeare, St. George and COVID-19

This week included April the 23rd, a date that is known by some as St. George’s Day, and by others...

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America Needs Mister Rogers, Now More Than Ever

America needs Mister Rogers. Even though I haven’t seen the film A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, starring Tom Hanks...

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Previewing the 2020 Presidential Race

In the traditional annual pollical cycle, Labor Day marks the beginning of the serious season – and in Presidential years,...

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Trump's China Policy Deserves Our Respect

He may not quite be Rodney Dangerfield, but President Donald Trump nonetheless gets no respect from most of the media,...

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Why the Electoral College is More Democratic Than a Popular Vote

At this time of record-high polarization in our nation, especially in the political realm, there have been any number of...

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PA Economy Heats Up

From 2012-17, the private equity industry invested $127 billion in Pennsylvania and employed more than 180,000 workers at private equity-backed...

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Abolish the CFPB

One of the most obvious means of shrinking the size of the federal government is to eliminate some of its...

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