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The Leadership Conundrum: Are we being led by followers?

mt-rushmore-640RANCHO SANTA FE, Ca., January 13, 2014 – Our Nation is being crippled by its inability to distinguish between titles and leadership. In the public and private sectors, we bow to titles such as President, Vice President, Senator, Representative, Governor, Chairperson, CEO, Director, etc. Yet, titles do not ensure that the individuals who bear them have the ability to lead. After all, they are only titles.

As a result, our Government and many of our major businesses often mimic powerful ships with a broken rudder. The title of Captain, even when bestowed upon someone who likes to stand at the helm, may be meaningless when it comes to turning the ship … Read more

The Constitution: Often ignored; never irrelevant

Constitution and Bill of Rights 9-17RANCHO SANTA FE, Ca., September 17, 2013 – Today marks the 226th anniversary of the Constitution of the United States, and with each passing year, we seem to become more ignorant of its contents and intent. The fact that the subject of Civics has given way to more “politically correct” subjects in our public school curricula may be one of the root causes of the problem, but there is no excuse for our 537 federally-elected officials to be unfamiliar with its substance.

Perhaps it’s time to provide a refresher course for those who need it.

For the sake of simplicity, let’s concentrate on the Preamble: … Read more

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