Dr Zimmerman’s Tuesday Tip — How To Make Sure Your Change Does Not Flop


A man walked into a psychiatrist’s office. He said, “Doc, every time I see nickels, dimes, and quarters, I have a panic attack! What’s my problem?”

“Oh, that’s easy,” the doctor answered. “You’re just afraid of change.”

Well, maybe you, or your team, or your company is afraid of change — especially in these turbulent times. … Continues

Why China’s L-15 Fighter Could Wage War Just About Anywhere

Africa and South America love that plane.

by Sebastien Roblin | The National Interest

Key point: Those looking for an affordable subsonic light fighter and trainer are turning to Beijing.

Flying a high-performance jet fighter is a physically and mentally demanding skill that requires a lot of practice—but each hour flying a warplane can cost tens of thousands of dollars in fuel and maintenance expenses.… Continues

What Would Happen If North Korea Attacked Washington, DC with a Nuclear Weapon?

One million casualties? 

by Daniel R. DePetris Follow @DanDePetris on TwitterL | The National Interest

“The test-fire of intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) Hwasong-15, newly developed under the political resolution and strategic decision of the Workers’ Party of Korea, was successfully carried out,” the Korean Central News Agency announced after Pyongyang conducted its twenty-third missile test since February.… Continues

Why China’s Submarines Are Laser-Focused On America’s Aircraft Carriers

It would mean war.

by David Axe Follow @daxe on TwitterL | The National Interest

Key point: China’s navy is getting strong.

In 1995 and 1996, Taiwanese politicians signaled greater support for declaring their island country officially independent of China. Beijing’s response was swift, forceful … and ultimately an embarrassment to China.… Continues