Category Archives: Guest Blogger

The U.S. Army, Race Relations, and Manhood

By | October 12, 2014

By guest blogger Sadako Red [see disclaimer] [October 12, 2014] Greetings! … that’s how my draft notice began from the “Government of the United States” back in 1966. The U.S. government has a long arm and this was my first realization that it could actually reach out and tap me on the shoulder … I was untouchable, as… Read More »

Race, Character, and the Government

By | September 21, 2014

By guest blogger Sadako Red [see disclaimer] [September 21, 2014] Greetings to all leaders! I didn’t write my column for a bit; alas I have a life, small as it is. Football season is here and that means we’re ready for cooler temperatures; and here in Washington DC that will be a welcomed relief. What the football season… Read More »

Race Trumps & Leadership Fails

By | July 12, 2014

By guest blogger Sadako Red [see disclaimer] [July 12, 2014] Howdy folks! My column today is based on the premise that when race is a factor in anyway, leadership fails … at least in America. There is a lot to be said about how norms have changed in a positive way about race over the last century. My… Read More »

Put Your Heart Into It

By | May 23, 2014

By guest blogger Jonathan Silvestri [May 23, 2014] In his guest article today, Jonathan Silvestri discusses the importance of putting “your heart into it.” In other words, he is saying that passion plays a critical role in our lives and what we do and as such we should recognize that it is what makes sports, which is a… Read More »