Most Sunday evenings, I tune in to watch 60 Minutes. The stories are relevant, fascinating and always newsworthy.
Near the end of each show, one of a company of reporters would come out of commercial break and introduce the final member of the team … Read More
On August 5th, I posted a commentary entitled, America at a Crossroads. The original image used (below) is a photograph entitled “Crossroads after a night of rain” photographed and copyrighted by Martin Liebemann.
I had originally believed the use of the photo to fall … Read More
“Gerald R. Ford became President not because he was popular with the American public, not because he campaigned for the job, but because of his character,” writes James Cannon inCharacter Above All, a collection of essays about presidential character and courage.
“More than … Read More
When the Oracle of Omaha speaks not enough people…correction… not enough of the right people in Washington listen.
By now, Mr. Buffett’s Op-Ed has circled the political and financial globe enough that most are aware of the basics.
“Our leaders have asked for … Read More
While Aristotle is often referred to as the “philosopher of common sense” due to his works on logic, being, nature and ethics, Tea Party Presidential candidate Michele Bachmann eschews all of that in bringing forth all manner of false facts and flawed thinking.
This is … Read More
“I’ll tell you,” Franklin Roosevelt once told a friend during the toughest years of his presidency, “at night when I lay my head on my pillow, and it is often pretty late, and I think of the things that have come before me during the … Read More
Last month I posted a commentary asking you to respond to recent events in Washington. I asked you to tell me your thoughts; what you believed leaders in Washington should do; more importantly, what together we can all do.
One reader shared, “We are all … Read More