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Who Says There’s No Leadership?

Answering the Kennedys’ Call http://www.nippon.com Critics of the Trump administration and its Republican Party enablers have it exactly backward when they say the federal government isn’t leading the effort to control the novel coronavirus pandemic. They have in fact been … Continue reading

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Who Says There’s No Leadership?

Answering the Kennedys’ Call http://www.nippon.com Critics of the Trump administration and its Republican Party enablers have it exactly backward when they say the federal government isn’t leading the effort to control the novel coronavirus pandemic. They have in fact been … Continue reading

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“When Will We Ever Learn?”

Answering the Kennedys’ Call @TBPInvictus Bob Dylan wrote his ode to ending wars, Where Have All the Flowers Gone? in the 1960s but it could just as well apply to today’s war against the novel coronavirus pandemic that is killing … Continue reading

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“When Will We Ever Learn?”

Answering the Kennedys’ Call @TBPInvictus Pete Seeger first wrote his ode to ending wars, Where Have All the Flowers Gone? in 1955 but it could just as well apply to today’s war against the novel coronavirus pandemic that is killing … Continue reading

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Won’t You Be My Neighbor??

Popular Economics Weekly DailyKos The maxim that we are our brothers’ keeper has always been one of Christ’s teachings that Christians should follow, just as Mr. Rogers asked his TV viewers to be his good neighbor, and Martin Luther King, … Continue reading

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Where are the Leaders?

Answering the Kennedys’ Call surveymonkey.com The congressional impeachment hearings illustrate one overwhelming fact; America has a leadership problem. President Trump is a very weak leader. He asked the newly-elected Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky (extortion or bribery are the legal terms) … Continue reading

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Donald Trump’s Reptilian Brain

Does this description sound familiar? “Territoriality, hierarchical structure of power, control, ownership, wars, jealousy, anger, fear, hostility, worry, stuck or frozen with fear, aggressiveness, conflict, extremist behavior, competitiveness, cold-blooded, dog-eat-dog beliefs, might is right, and survival of the fittest,” is … Continue reading

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The Presidential Debates—Will Democracy Survive?

Popular Economics Weekly Graph: Washington Post Much of the media lament over the first Democratic Presidential debates was whether the Democratic Party had moved too far to the left on immigration and healthcare—whether it was about decriminalizing Central American immigrants … Continue reading

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Oh, Oh, Retail Sales Also in Decline?

Popular Economics Weekly The effects of the Trump administration’s trade wars are already slowing down consumer spending, not a good sign if Trump maintains tariffs for a longer period, as promised. Econoday.com The US Census Bureau is now reporting a … Continue reading

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The Art of Negotiation

Financial FAQs This column comes from a chapter in my forthcoming book, Answering the Kennedys Call to Promote World Peace and Freedom, a history of public service and community building by my own and more recent generations. This chapter documents … Continue reading

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