Tag: leadership

Leadership The success of a project depends not only on the will and personal and material investment we devote. There's something else a sort of attitude that helps us achieve our... Read More

In a time of clear and obvious crisis, after the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and the attempted attack on another Washington target, President Bush presented... Read More

In an article published by Associated Press1 yesterday, young President Obama’s recent comments were described: Still, the popular president — six in 10 voters approve of his performance so far —... Read More

For such a supposedly brilliant mind, Hillary Clinton’s vocabularly seems strikingly small. Sarah Palin was ridiculed during the 2008 Presidential campaign for her limited vocabularly and overuse of the... Read More

There’s an old joke that goes something like this: A man walks into a bar and sits down next to a very attractive classy lady. In due course of conversation he... Read More

I know that for a large number of people, for whom they vote in elections is a closely guarded secret. There’s probably a thousand reasons for this and some of... Read More

Jack Nicholson’s Joker character in “Batman” once famously said, “Who do you trust?” The screenplay writer(s) were spot on. I recently had a very long and serious ‘discussion’ with my young... Read More

One of my biggest pet peaves is what I call the “blind application of standards.” I have found this also includes the application of rules, laws, etc. The problem is... Read More

I find it curious how “the left” is so supportive of Obama with regard to our military operations in Libya. They say he first took a very deliberative approach... Read More

Let us raise our glasses and toast Navy SEAL Team 6 on a job very well done. Today is a day that is certainly a remarkable event in the global struggle... Read More