Judith Miller is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist and former reporter at The New York Times. Currently, she is an adjunct fellow at the Manhattan Institute and a commentator for Fox News. She specializes in speaking on American foreign policy, terrorism and other national security issues. Bold asked her about Syria, “fake news,” her time in jail and… Continue reading Journalist Judith Miller: Syria Strikes ‘Long Overdue’ and U.S. Must ‘Offer Safety’ to Refugees
The co-founder of Elite Daily is creating a entrepreneur community to help rebuild Newark. Gerard Adams grew up in New Jersey and was involved in fighting, street racing and drug-dealing as a kid. After a brush with the law, he made some changes, transferring his “hustler mentality” from drug dealing to business. After selling Elite Daily… Continue reading Fownders: Rebuilding Newark Will Take ‘a Human Accelerator Before a Business Accelerator’
The74.org doesn’t choose a side when it comes to the debate over school choice, but they do explore the issue on their Web site. A hot-button issue in world of school choice is whether charter schools can meet the needs of children with special needs. Steve Snyder, editorial director for The74.org, joined Carrie Sheffield and Clay Aiken on… Continue reading Bold TV: How Are Charter Schools Helping Students With Special Needs?
Carlos Jones came home from a two year stint in the state prison in 2014 and knew he needed to start looking for a better future for himself. “I wrote out a plan because a person gets sick and tired of being sick and tired,” Carlos said on Bold TV on March 3. That was… Continue reading Bold TV: The Doe Fund Empowers Individuals to Make a Future for Themselves
Millennial poverty doesn’t always look like the person on the street corner asking for change. Sometimes poverty looks like the college graduate with an unpaid internship who’s working at Starbucks on the side. TeLisa Daughtry lost everything when Wall Street collapsed in 2008 and she was let go from her job at a company owned by… Continue reading Millennial Poverty Doesn’t Always Look Like The Person Asking You For Change
Ghosting is a brutal, yet non-confrontational way to end a relationship, a hookup, or a one-time coffee date without actually ending anything at all. And if you have ever entered the mobile app dating scene, chances are you’ve been ghosted — or may have been the one doing the ghosting. Some say dating apps aren’t all bad,… Continue reading Ghosting: Why Don’t We Break Up Anymore?
Cat cafes are the new animal shelters. As Anne Levin watched potential-adopters peruse through rows of caged cats, she knew there had to be a better way to showcase the animals’ unique personalities. As the President of the Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition (BBAWC), Levin wanted to see two changes: cats getting off the streets… Continue reading Brooklyn Cat Cafe Opens Doors to Community Outreach