Category Archives: Guest Blogger

City of Baltimore: When Leaders Fail

By | May 4, 2017

By guest blogger Sadako Red [see disclaimer] [May 4, 2017]  Ahhhh … identity politics continues to be alive and well in the City of Baltimore – a place I described as “stuck on stupid” just a few months ago in June when city leaders were adopting policies that simultaneously drove up crime rates and effectively dismantled its police… Read More »

The Iraq Military Finds its Nerve by Army Vet

By | March 2, 2017

[March 2, 2017]  Army Vet reflects today on the IRAQI ARMY that has found the NERVE to take on the ISLAMIC STATE terror group. The pursuit of a military victory in Mosul, Iraq has meaning for the free world that it neither appreciates nor wants to understand … perhaps cannot understand, because of its social contradictions.  Such is… Read More »

Feminization of the Army by Army Vet

By | November 26, 2016

[November 26, 2016]  Army Vet reflects today on the FEMINIZATION of the ARMY. Yep, it’s true!  The world-renowned, war-winning U.S. Army is going the way of the extinct dodo bird and probably for the same reason; they were too slow, inflexible, fragile, and kinda dumb.  The U.S. Army might have survived such a decline with good senior officer… Read More »

5 Steps to Develop Organizational Skills to Get More Productive

By | September 13, 2016

By guest blogger Kate Simpson [See Biography] [September 13, 2016]  A lot of focus has been put on productivity, no matter which industry you belong to. This is due to the fact that the world is not just pacing fast, it’s doing business at lightning speed, which requires you to develop organizational strategies superior to others. As a… Read More »