A Most Famous Betrayal

By | August 14, 2018

[August 14, 2018]  Vidkun Quisling sold out his home country of Norway during WWII to the Nazis.  His reward came shortly after the war; he was executed for high treason.  Such betrayal is not commonplace and that is a good thing.  His betrayal has echoed throughout history and his name, quisling, has since come to mean a person… Read More »

Top Quick Wins to Boost Your Leadership

By | August 13, 2018

By guest blogger Tom Jager [August 13, 2018]  A true leader is an inspiration for others to continue dreaming, learning and improving themselves. The fundamental duty of a leader is to motivate others to work as a team towards the common goal. Leaders are also mentors, inspiring others to become more productive and committed. But no one mentions… Read More »

Political Leadership: Dave Rubin

By | August 12, 2018

[August 12, 2018]  More and more, I see that people aren’t looking for an ideology to help them live by, they are looking for ideas.  And that is exactly what Dave Rubin is giving us by providing clarity about free speech, politics, the mass media, religion, and political correctness.  His popularity is increasing while he does this. “At… Read More »

Never Underestimate Other People

By | August 9, 2018

[August 9, 2018]  The biggest mistake I’ve ever made was failing to listen to my maternal grandmother (we called her “bigmama”).  She told the gaggle of her grandkids sitting in a circle one day to never underestimate other people. “Golden rule of life: never underestimate your rivals.” – Sid Waddell, English sports commentator and television personality We were… Read More »

Profile: Cult Leader Charles Manson

By | August 8, 2018

[August 8, 2018]  It was a hot summer in 1969 when I was delivering newspapers in Abilene, Texas, a neighbor told me about a massacre in California.  Later police determined the murders to be by an unheard of cult and lead by a man named Charles Manson.  I remember it clearly, almost like it was yesterday. “From the… Read More »

Doing the Right Thing

By | August 6, 2018

[August 6, 2018]  Several years ago I was driving in a small town located in eastern Pennsylvania, south of the city of Scranton when I came upon a terrible automobile accident.    I arrived only a couple of minutes after the accident but there were already three men working feverishly to get the occupants out.  At the risk of… Read More »

Ralph Peters: Tyranny on the March

By | August 5, 2018

[August 5, 2018]  I like explanative ideas that deviate from the norm yet also provide a surprising accounting of relevant socio-political phenomenon.  A few months ago in a New York Post article, Ralph Peters wrote in an opinion piece giving his thoughts on why so many countries prefer tyranny over democracy.  This is why I’m a fan of… Read More »