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Leadership . . . Unsafe at any Speed?

In 1965, when I was a junior in high school and sporty, stylish and innovative cars were all the rage, Ralph Nader, a Harvard trained lawyer, published a book that was both highly controversial and highly influential.  The book was called, Unsafe … Continue reading

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Crime is Crime: A Plea to “Tell it Straight” and Get Real!

If you don’t read the newspaper, you are uninformed; if you do read the newspaper, you are misinformed.  ~Mark Twain Every day I try to scan the news on my iPad or laptop in order to keep up on world events … 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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Which is harder, a financial turnaround or a moral turnaround?

If we are to go forward, we must go back and rediscover those precious values – that all reality hinges on moral foundations and that all reality has spiritual control. Martin Luther King, Jr. One of the biggest challenges facing … Continue reading

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Which is worse . . .?

History will have to record that the greatest tragedy of this period of social transition was not the strident clamor of the bad people, but the appalling silence of the good people.  -Martin Luther King For a long time I … Continue reading

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