Category Archives: Leadership

You Want Disagreeable People around You

By | March 2, 2023

[March 2, 2023]   You want disagreeable people around you, especially if you are responsible for anything.  The reason is those who are most disagreeable will tell you what they think and are blunt about it. One of the best predictors in life is the trait of conscientiousness.  Those folks value hard work, rules, order, reliability, integrity, and structure,… Read More »

U.S. Policy on Ukraine War Shifts

By | February 24, 2023

[February 24, 2023]  In an unexpected turn, U.S. President Joe Biden visited the capital Kyiv, Ukraine, to meet with Volodymyr Zelenskyy to reaffirm the U.S-Ukraine relationship and to promise additional aid.  Before this meeting, U.S. Vice President Harris declared that Russia has “committed crimes against humanity in Ukraine.”  These declarations represent a significant shift in U.S. policy on… Read More »

40 Days for Life

By | February 22, 2023

[February 22, 2023]  No sane person would recommend to someone they love to have an abortion.  Abortion is wrong.  Thus, its extensive use as part of “health care” is a sign of an immature culture that values death over life.  Sadly, abortion is not just legal, but it is also vigorously celebrated.  To counter this trend,  the organization,… Read More »

All the Great Men I’ve Known

By | February 15, 2023

[February 15, 2023]   All the great men I’ve known had a remarkable capacity for controlled aggression.  That aggression was closely contained so they could use it carefully when needed.  And in doing so, they gave them dignity, which made others around them respect them. Many suspect those men were tough, experienced, intelligent military men, but that is not… Read More »