Weekly Tip 05: We Are Not the Resistance, October 1, 2018

According to New York Times opinion writer Michelle Alexander, a new nation is struggling to be birthed. We are not the resistance to this birthing, she says.  Instead, we are the new-nation-movement itself. It is Donald Trump and his minions, Alexander claims, who are the resistance; the ones pushing back; the ones blocking the pathway […]

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Weekly Tip 04: Hold Economic Charlatans Accountable, September 18, 2018

On the anniversary of Lehman Brothers’ crash ten years ago this month, America must hold accountable those responsible for the greatest economic disaster of our lifetimes. Many charlatans remain unrepentant—and unpunished—for the profoundly costly economic malpractice they perpetrated: the Great Recession. These are folks who continue to claim that government must be sidelined from economic […]

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Weekly Tip 03: Support Steady State…not Deep State, September 6, 2018

An anonymous writer claiming senior White House status dropped a bomb in a New York Times op ed published September 5, 2018. A synopsis of some key points is below. The writer defends what he calls the work of the “steady state,” not the so-called “deep state.” The latter alleges public employees who thwart the electorate […]

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Weekly Tip 02: Pay Attention to Technology, Globalization and “I’ve Got to Have it Now, September 1, 2018

According to New York Times columnist Thomas L. Friedman these three “climate changes” aren’t really about the weather.  Instead, they describe enormous societal “earthquakes” now changing the very nature of work: technology, globalization and “tomorrow won’t do, I’ve got to have it now.” Learn more at: Why Are So Many Political Parties Blowing Up? – […]

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Weekly Tip 01: Get Real; Banish Fake News and False Realities! August 23, 2018

Respect others as one seeks to be respected, by sorting out differences between what is known, and what is merely believed.  When dealing with others…it ought to be acknowledged…“I don’t know”…when indeed, one does not “know” objectively, even scientifically.  How to do this?  Check out philosopher Karl Popper’s suggestion for getting started. Learn more at: Module […]

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