Category Archives: Profiles

Profile: Joe Biden

By | September 19, 2020

[September 19, 2020]  With the U.S. Presidential election less than two months away, the rhetoric between the candidates and political organizations are reaching a crescendo.   Hopefully, by discussing candidate Joe Biden, we can move a little away from the hyperbole. Leaders are judged not so much by what they have done than by what they can do.  This… Read More »

Profile: John F. Kerry

By | August 23, 2020

[August 23, 2020]  Here in the United States, we are gearing up for the 2020 Presidential election, which occurs on November 3rd.  With that in mind, I will be writing several leadership profiles, and today I begin with past Secretary of State John Kerry. I chose Kerry because his traits reflect the traits of those now running for… Read More »

Profiles: Donald Trump [Updated]

By | February 5, 2020

[February 5, 2020]  The best leaders are those that don’t necessarily do great things but are those who get other people to do great things.  There is no argument that U.S. President Donald Trump has made great strides on improving the U.S. economy, strengthening the military, and improving race relations.  These are accomplishments no one could predict four… Read More »

Profiles: Amy Klobuchar

By | January 29, 2020

[January 29, 2020]  Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar has a good track record of serving her constituents in her state.  As a Democrat, she follows the party line on nearly every major issue.  She has one characteristic that stands out and that is she is demanding of her staff and those around her.  This no-nonsense approach has served her… Read More »

Profile:  Michael Bloomberg

By | January 25, 2020

[January 25, 2020]  Michael Bloomberg is an exceptional businessman who moved into politics and leveraged his business acumen to advance the interests of New York City as mayor.  He also has an enormous net worth that vastly exceeds that of Donald Trump.  Late last year, seeing a field of weak Democrat Party candidates, he decided to jump into… Read More »

Profile:  Pete Buttigieg

By | January 24, 2020

[January 24, 2020]  “Mayor Pete” Buttigieg is being called a moderate Democrat presidential candidate that will heal our nation’s divides.   At 37 years old, he has little experience, but he possesses some of the checklist requirements of political progressives.  He is a Rhodes Scholar, son of an immigrant, is the current mayor of South Bend, Indiana, and is… Read More »

Profile:  Joe Biden

By | January 23, 2020

[January 23, 2020]  “Uncle Joe,” “Quid Pro Joe,” and “Sleepy Joe” are just a few of the nicknames recently hurled Joe Biden’s way.  These tell a story, one that I will retell here with Joe Biden’s character. Joe Biden was one of the youngest ever to win a U.S. Senate race and later became Vice President of the… Read More »

Profile:  Elizabeth Warren

By | January 22, 2020

[January 22, 2020]   “I have a plan for that.”  There is a bit of good humor in that quote.  Elizabeth Warren is a Democrat from the state of Massachusetts and says that she has a detailed, realistic plan for being president, fixing problems at the national level, and for just about anything else.  There is one big problem… Read More »