This Saturday, the first day of the new month, was possibly the moment to expect the big reveal of Joe Biden’s vice presidential pick (Saturdays tend to be slow news day, but big breaking news can easily drive the Sunday television talk circuit).
The doctrinal history of information operations, cyber operations, and psycholog- ical operations within DoD is tangled and confused. Moreover, those military specialties rank lower in the DoD pecking order, and those with such special- ties are accorded less respect than those specializing in traditional combat arts.
Hoover Institution fellow Victor Davis Hanson explains why President Trump does not need to alter the voting system and that President Trump should remind voters that he is the protector and guarantor of our constitutional frameworks.
Hoover Institution fellow John Yoo explains why the SCOTUS ruling on DACA creates a dangerous precedent for executive power. He also discusses Chief Justice John Roberts’ voting record, President Trump’s defense of the Constitution, and what’s at stake in the 2020 election.
Hoover Institution fellow Michael Petrilli discusses with, Rob Kremer, director of government relations at Pearson and owner of Connections Academy, and David Griffith, whether school districts should be trying to build online schools on their own or should outsource the role to companies like Connections Academy.
Governor Newsom announced that in more than 30 counties, representing 80% of the state’s population, school buildings will remain closed. “This prohibition of in-person educational instruction appears to restrict both private and public schools—leaving the overwhelming majority of students without genuine access to an education,” the Center for American Liberty said when the filed a lawsuit to block the implementation of Governor Newsom’s shutdown of California schools.
The recent Justice Department case charging four Chinese military officers with visa fraud on suspicion of lying about their service in the People’s Liberation Army so they could conduct research in the United States appears to be the tip of an iceberg. As a Hoover Institution report released Thursday documents, researchers from Chinese institutions with the central mission of modernizing China’s military have co-authored hundreds of scientific articles with American colleagues.
TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Cooperation between academics in the United States and Chinese universities with a military background benefited the modernization of China’s armed forces, a Hoover Institution report concluded Thursday (July 30).