Why can’t politicians just admit when their wrong?
One answer is that such an admission is perceived as a sign of weakness that the other side will exploit.
Growing up in Catholic schools on the east coast, the brothers were tough, but the nuns were … Read More
Two points about leadership.
Leadership is not a CEO, Admiral, Manager, Pope or President. Those are titles, not leadership.
The second point, rather points, come from General Hal Moore:
“We need leaders of principle, courage, character, wisdom, and discipline; and yet we seem trapped by … Read More
Seventy former U.S. senators – Democrats and Republicans – wrote an open letter to their current colleagues in the Senate about the abdication of their Constitutional duties.
As reported by The Hill (Dec. 2019), “This is the pile of House-passed bills, 90% bipartisan, … Read More
Under a cloud of simmering fear, Senator Joseph McCarthy, absent any real evidence, announced to the American public that communists were working inside the federal government.
During 1954’s Senate hearings investigating the Wisconsin Senator’s blatant character assassinations, one exchange was particularly noteworthy.
Following McCarthy’s accusation … Read More