Category Archives: Leadership

The Common Sense of Ammo Grrrll

By | November 9, 2023

[November 9, 2023] Susan Vass, better known as Ammo Grrrll from her writings on PowerLineBlog serves us a dose of common sense today, the 85th anniversary of Kristallnacht (the Night of Broken Glass).  Her topic?  It is about being scammed, knowing you are being scammed, and telling people you love being scammed.  This is how she begins: “…think… Read More »

Hitler Leads in Poll: NY Times

By | November 3, 2023

[November 3, 2023] This article may surprise most of you but not those who closely study young people.  I was surprised, too.  The New York Times reported the results of a poll conducted with students of the College of Arts and Sciences at Georgetown University.  They asked who is “the most outstanding personality in the world today?”  Hitler… Read More »

Feminists are Consenting to Hamas Rape Culture

By | November 2, 2023

[November 2, 2023] In a recent Tablet article by Gil Troy takes note of the silence of feminists across the world regarding the savage attack of Hamas on women (and families) in Israel.  Many of these same feminists are proudly consenting to the rape. “They particularly relished targeted women – slaughtering them, raping them, cutting babies out of… Read More »

The “Godfather” Kevin Samuels

By | October 27, 2023

[October 27, 2023]  “You’re average at best.”  So begins one of America’s most famous and well-respected image consultants, Kevin Samuels.  He shot to popularity for his advice, targeted mainly at black women, but applies across all races and cultures.  I first heard of the “godfather,” as he is affectionately known in the dating market, from a young man… Read More »

A Comment about Hamas Terrorism

By | October 26, 2023

[October 26, 2023]  Anyone reading my blog knows that I firmly stand against Hamas terrorism (see articles here, here, here, and here) and fully support Israel to defend itself in this latest war.  What I saw these past two weeks, coming from the cameras operated by Hamas terrorists, was unspeakable.  To put this into perspective, I was a… Read More »

A Challenge to Great Leaders

By | October 25, 2023

[October 25, 2023]  Folks in America are quick to judge the ability of leaders to lead based on their politics or their mannerisms rather than their ability.  This bias, so inherent in us Americans puts us at a great disadvantage on the international stage where highly intelligent, experienced, and motivated leaders influence our view of the world, and… Read More »

Hero: SA Quentin Smythe

By | October 24, 2023

[October 24, 2023]  This is a true hero from South Africa.  Sgt Quentin Smythe won the Victoria Cross in the Western Desert.  This is the highest military decoration awarded for valor “in the face of the enemy” to members of the British Armed Forces and various Commonwealth countries (of which South Africa is one). Upon the outbreak of… Read More »