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The Well-Liked Hegemon, Still

You won’t be surprised to know that I think polling to be a very limited resource for leaders and managers. But it does have the advantage of giving us an idea of what others think, and so it has value, at least when it is done well. I’m a pure consumer, I don’t really know […]

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I Am Become America; the Destroyer of Dreams

Or not, what will we choose? In 1903 this happened Those bicycle mechanics from Ohio flew about half the wingspan of a 747, and changed the world, forever. 66 years later, yesterday we, America, did this. Later on, we left a car, like this: That’s a good summary of my America But 24 years to […]

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Video Monday: The (Mostly) Whittle Edition

In a sense, I’m cleaning up after the holiday, these have been in the queue for less than a week. All are valuable, and all but one feature Bill Whittle. Normally I would say enjoy, but in this case, pay attention and learn, and start thinking how we are going to fix it. Obamadelphia, well, […]

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Video Monday: The (Mostly) Whittle Edition

In a sense, I’m cleaning up after the holiday, these have been in the queue for less than a week. All are valuable, and all but one feature Bill Whittle. Normally I would say enjoy, but in this case, pay attention and learn, and start thinking how we are going to fix it. Obamadelphia, well, […]

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McFadden vs. Franken

Most of the political handicappers think Mike McFadden faces an uphill fight against Al Franken. That’s a fair opinion. McFadden doesn’t have the name recognition that Franken does. On the positive side, he doesn’t have Al Franken’s record of voting with President Obama 100% of the time. This Bloomberg article isn’t an in-depth article on […]

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Hobby Lobby, Obamacare, and Remedial Economics

Well, I’m sure you know that the Supreme Court decided that a privately held corporation (defined as held by less than 5 people) can have religious beliefs. In fine it was decided that Hobby Lobby has the right not to provide, without cost 4 (out of 20) contraceptives. Their employees still can, of course, still […]

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