Monthly Archives: October 2014

Blind Is As Blind Does

(With apologies to Forest Gump) It is the change. The change of course; change of mind; change of strategy (or lack thereof); change of heart; change of scapegoat; and change of everything about our current president and his administration that … Continue reading

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Where Have All The Leaders Gone?

The test of leadership is efficacy (the power to produce intended results, effectiveness). This efficacy can be achieved in both good and bad ways. Our elected leaders have sworn to uphold their principles, assuming they have any, in a manner … Continue reading

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Piper Asked: How Are Andi And Bella Doing?

I’m glad you asked, Piper! They think of you all the time and it’s nice to know you still think of them. In short, they are doing well. In fact, they are doing better than well…they are doing great. You’d … Continue reading

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Leaders Lead. The Uncaring Play Golf.

There are two types of leaders: those who look forward and those who look backward. Each of these two types has a strategic basis to their activities and decisions. And it is crucial to any discussion about their actions that … Continue reading

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The Spirit Of Giving

In spite of the current wave of anti-American criticism of our largesse, spewed forth by even Americans themselves, we remain at the top of the list for our selfless contributions to the world. Throughout our history, we have been the … Continue reading

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It Doesn’t Make Sense

It’s only been about 60 years or so to take a country that had opportunity for all and turn it into a country that has little for anyone not connected. The extreme change in attitude and beliefs about reality is … Continue reading

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