Gina M. Bennett is a retired member of the CIA’s Senior Analytic Service, author of two “National Security Mom” books, and adjunct professor at Georgetown University, where she teaches “Hunter-Gatherer National Security” at the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service. She also serves on the board of directors for the Alturas Institute, an Idaho Falls-based nonprofit organization created to promote the Constitution, gender equality and civic education. She also serves as strategic adviser to Girl Security.
Wars, mass shootings, pandemics, droughts, supply shortages, recession and political divisiveness … it’s ugly in America these days. Do you ever remember a time when you were a kid and everything seemed dark around you? Maybe you were being bullied or your parents were divorcing, or perhaps you just lost a loved one. If during […]