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THE VERY INTERESTING SESSION

The Supreme Court did not have your typical ho hum session. Rather, the court issued impactful rulings that protected our freedoms, rights, and innocent life. The rulings in themselves will not end the debates on gun rights, public prayer, and abortion. But, it will help define boundaries that guide our policymakers. The political response to […]

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OPPORTUNITY IN ADVERSITY

The decline in our financial markets is concerning. The decline reduced the value of many households and organizations. The stock, bond, and other financial markets are not just a wealth creator for the ultra rich, but for every day Americans and organizations that rely on capital gains to fund operations. This is how our pensions, […]

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THE BLAME GAME

The topic today is whether it is fair to blame producers for the surging energy prices or is it just political deflection. The price of goods and services always rises faster than it will decrease. If a producer knows our cost to acquire inputs in the near future will increase, that producers prefers to pass […]

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A NEW ALTERNATIVE CLIMATE VISION

The Republican Party is offering an alternative viewpoint on how to address climate issues. The GOP allowed Democrats to shape a narrative that the party does not support environmental friendly policies, despite the Republicans being the party that founded the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and our national parks. Although the initial push for green energy […]

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REAL LEADERSHIP

A major aspect of leadership is not just championing a side, but championing a solution that effectively and efficiently resolves the issue. Not just advocating for your point of view, but being able to reach compromises that address the needs of all stakeholders. Let us use the plastic bag ban as an example. In many […]