‘Challenger: The Final Flight’ successfully tackles the anticipation, tragedy, and recovery involving the defining national event of a generation.
Calm, cool, collected, yet urgent, Trump’s Oval Office remarks were an illustration in the kind of leadership Americans crave in moments of crisis.
On January 28, 1986, Ronald Reagan comforted a nation reeling from the Challenger space shuttle explosion.
Peggy Noonan chronicles her career as a journalist and speechwriter in the Reagan White House.
It would be wonderful if nobody died in our efforts to explore space. But building a program around that goal is no way to accomplish anything of note.
It is a warm January day and we head to Challenger Seven Memorial Park for my son’s orienteering event, part of his 7th grade leadership development course.
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