Category Archives: Leadership

My Thoughts on Evil Leaders

By | January 10, 2024

[January 10, 2024]  Evil leaders exist.  While leadership means many things, it ultimately means getting people to accomplish a goal.  Leaders come in a range of abilities and outcomes in performance – great, good, bad and, yes, evil.  But one category, the evil leader, deserves special mention. Several years ago, I was presented with a DVD of recordings… Read More »

Where Law Enforcement Stands

By | January 6, 2024

[January 6, 2024]  Kyle Reyes wrote about the stance law enforcement is currently taking regarding the enforcement of government “mandates.”  Mandates are essentially decrees and thus outside the formal legal authority of a government agency.  Mandates are not laws.  He has permitted me to post his recent comments in full from his LinkedIn account (original article here).  His… Read More »

Study: U.S. Military is NOT Full of Extremists

By | January 5, 2024

[January 5, 2024]  In December 2021, The Pentagon issued new guidelines to root out extremists in the U.S. military.  At the time, President Joe Biden, the Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin, and other high-ranking officials warned us that “white supremacy” and “violent extremism” were rampant in our military ranks and destroying our combat readiness.  Now we know that… Read More »

U.N. Officials Use Discredited Dresden Defense

By | January 4, 2024

[January 4, 2024]  In early December last year, Hillel Neuer gave testimony before the U.S. Congress.  He strongly condemned what he called the Dresden Defense by U.N. officials regarding the Israeli war against Hamas.  His words are powerful and convincing. Hillel Neuer is a Canadian-born international lawyer, writer, and the Executive Director of U.N. Watch based out of… Read More »

How I Think and the Spiderweb Approach

By | January 1, 2024

[January 1, 2024]  In Junior High School, my classmates and I were required to memorize the preamble to the U.S. Constitution, a worthy undertaking.  Despite trying hard to memorize it through many frustrating hours, I was unsuccessful.  This event symbolizes my entire education experience; rote knowledge came slowly and with torment.  I felt like I was somehow retarded.… Read More »

Leaders Had Better Be Squeaky Clean

By | December 28, 2023

[December 28, 2023]  One of the earliest articles I wrote for my blog was about leader transparency.  Titled A Few Thoughts on Leader Transparency, my core idea was that people must know that their leaders are open about their decision-making and that they provide an honest assessment of the results of their decisions.  Leaders had better be squeaky… Read More »

Do Feminists Really Want Equality?

By | December 26, 2023

[December 24, 2023]  Feminists have strived for decades to gain equality for themselves compared to men.  But is that really what feminism is about?  Hannah Pearl Davis disagrees strongly with feminism.  Recently, she was on SkyNews being interviewed by Piers Morgan, along with feminist activist Ava Santina. Pearl has put forth arguments against feminism, essentially saying that feminists… Read More »