Monthly Archives: May 2010

Does Character Matter?

Does Character Matter? This is an item I found on the internet this morning. “Quinnipiac University gave Blumenthal good news: Its latest poll found that a majority of residents believed he misspoke, not lied, when referring to service in Vietnam. … Continue reading

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Leadership

Leadership A leader sets the example for those who follow. A leader sets goals and objectives to provide followers some guidance and a purpose. A leader leads. Effective leaders are accountable for all that happens and all that fails to … Continue reading

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Words Really Do Mean Things

Words Really Do Mean Things The governor of Massachusetts was answering a question about the partisanship in government today. He compared the opposition to being guilty of sedition. The dictionary defines sedition as “Sedition is a term of law which … Continue reading

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Memorial Day

Memorial Day Next week we celebrate Memorial Day. It used to be called Decoration Day. It’s the day when flags are placed on the graves of soldiers who gave their all for their country. People who want to demonstrate their … Continue reading

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I Misspoke Again

I Misspoke Again A candidate for US Senate who was caught in a lie and the media still does not phrase it that way, but he was just anointed as his party’s candidate for the senate. Why would his party … Continue reading

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Clever Quotes

My good friend Carl “I’ll have another, and give one to the lovely young lady at the end of the bar” Hess sent these to me and I thought they should be posted here. “If you don’t know where you … Continue reading

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Redistribution of Wealth Again

Redistribution of Wealth Again Some of us work and earn some money. We like to work and prosper and succeed. We get some satisfaction from the work that we do and the rewards of our efforts. We like to live … Continue reading

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