American Exceptionalism By Carter LeCraw, CEO America is exceptional. But, what does that mean? And, what will it take for America to remain an exceptional country? I would submit there are three characteristics that embody the exceptionalism [...]
January Values in Action Challenge Build Community American Values Investments is sponsoring a Values in Action challenge. The goal is to help Americans exercise their values for a brighter America. By preserving our values we can preserve our [...]
Exercise Your Values for a Brighter America We Must Preserve our Values to Preserve our Future Since her inception, America has played a vital role as a “city on a hill.” She has been a source of hope [...]
The Chiefs, Their Chapel and Chairman By David Lee Smith, Ph.D Clark Hunt, Chairman and CEO, Kansas City Chiefs Are you becoming excited about next Sunday’s Super Bowl game between the San Francisco Giants and the Kansas [...]
American Money: Six Reasons for a Rosy 2020 By David Lee Smith, Ph.D It’s hardly news that we’ve all just walked through a figurative door separating the past year—2019—from the one in which we now are ensconced, obviously [...]
Values in Action: Unique Service Projects This quarter's Values in Action video showcases a philanthropic award-winning company that participates in some unique service projects. An American Hero company was recognized as Philanthropic Corporation of [...]
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