Category Archives: Leadership and Supervision

The Violence in Charlottesville The violence in Charlottesville was avoidable, it happened because law enforcement failed to maintain the peace. “Unite the Right” had planned a protest event several months in advance and applied for permits for their protest. The … Continue reading

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The Cowboy Code

As I’m getting older I’ve been reading westerns, especially those written by Louis L’Amour. Cowboys and Cowgirls lived good decent lives. And they lived by a simple code that guided them through life: Live each day with courage Ride for … Continue reading

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Leaders vs. Politicians

Leaders vs. Politicians  Difficult times call for men and women of strength and vision to come forward and lead. They’ve gathered information and analyzed data and made decisions and have created a plan. They stand up and say that this … Continue reading

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The Cowboy Code

The Cowboy Code As I’m getting older I’ve been reading westerns, especially those written by Louis L’Amour. Cowboys and Cowgirls lived good decent lives. And they lived by a simple code that guided them through life: Live each day with … Continue reading

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The Cowboy Code

The Cowboy Code As I’m getting older I’ve been reading westerns, especially those written by Louis L’Amour. Cowboys and Cowgirls lived good decent lives. And they lived by a simple code that guided them through life: • Live each day … Continue reading

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The Best Candidate

The Best Candidate As we approach this year’s midterm elections we will see quite a few candidates. Some will be adequate, some will be pitiful and very few, if any, will be great. Most will spend a lot of money, … Continue reading

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Class Warfare

Class Warfare What is class warfare? Is it when the rich and successful get together and go out to the other side of the tracks with bats and chains and start beating up the less rich and less successful? Is … Continue reading

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