Tag Archives: human-rights

A Fable of Hermes . . . and a modern day moral for Wall Street

(I have recently finished my third thriller novel, Business As Usual, which should be published within the week.  In doing research on the global drug trade, Wall Street insider trading and the pharmaceutical industry, I came across a fable of … Continue reading

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Faith, Belief and Leadership . . .

As I troll through history, especially religious history, one thing stands out above everything else.  How the rock hard faith and belief held by one individual can have a powerful impact on the behaviour of a large number of people. … Continue reading

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The Hypocrisy of War and Politics . . .

(Health warning:  this is not one of my normal upbeat posts.  This post is born of sadness and frustration.  But when I started this blog a year plus ago I made a deal to express my feelings as honestly as … Continue reading

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