Frenzel, Bill

A Note From the Chairman Emeritus

By on November 30, 2015
A Note From the Chairman Emeritus

by BILL FRENZEL

When it comes to the media’s reporting of political conventions, a favorite storyline has emerged in recent years. It goes something like this:

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A Note From the Chairman Emeritus

By on November 24, 2015
A Note From the Chairman Emeritus

Twenty five years ago this spring, the Reagan Education Department released “A Nation at Risk,” a landmark study that found that America’s educational system was failing our students and, in the process, putting our future in jeopardy.

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A Note From the Chairman Emeritus

By on November 23, 2015
A Note From the Chairman Emeritus

by BILL FRENZEL

When George H.W. Bush took office as President in 1989, he inherited a country that stood atop the world stage. Economically, the nation was prosperous. Globally, the fall of the Berlin Wall was less than a year away. Times were good.

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A Note From the Chairman Emeritus

By on November 17, 2015
A Note From the Chairman Emeritus

by BILL FRENZEL

“Fired up! Ready to go!”
For some Americans, those five words, a familiar refrain at Barack Obama rallies, have become synonymous with change this election season.

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A Note From the Chairman Emeritus

By on November 2, 2015
A Note From the Chairman Emeritus

by BILL FRENZEL

When it comes to Iraq, one increasingly gets the sense that the endgame is near.

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REMEMBERING BILL FRENZEL

By on December 10, 2014
REMEMBERING BILL FRENZEL

If there are wise men left in Washington, then Bill Frenzel was most assuredly one of them. He was both a scholar and a statesman who served his country in many important ways.

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Sunshine is for Voting, not Bargaining

By on October 20, 2014
Sunshine is for Voting, not Bargaining

by BILL FRENZEL

Bill Frenzel makes the point, “If we are going to rely on commissions to help us meet our most pressing fiscal challenges, we need to make sure they have the space and breathing room that will help them get the job done.”

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