Much of the nation’s thoughts and prayers last week were focused on Tuscon, AZ, where heroic Americans fell to senseless violence. They were participating in the act of fulfilling their constitutional duty as the best of citizens in a free society. We owe them the honor of proving worthy of their sacrifice.
The future of your dollars are at stake. Suggesting a new role for the currency, the new president of the Group of Twenty (G-20) Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors visited Washington. But Judy Shelton of Sound Money has a different idea for financial stability with America’s money.
The pigment of our skin makes everybody in America darker or lighter than others – it’s all relative. Ask Kentucky Senator Rand Paul, who learned the true difference between skin color and content of character the hard way. But if a liberal politician makes a racist remark suggesting that black people are a sub-species of humans, do the media make a sound?
We Americans are only as healthy as the sickest of our neighbors endowed with an unalienable right to life. Global Health Corps President Barbara Bush explains how some Americans are innovating for the health equity we need.
Why should we care about the negotiating strategy used by Benjamin Franklin to guarantee victory in the American Revolution? Or President John Kennedy in the Cuban Missile Crisis? Find out if Great Negotiations tells us why, in a review of the book.
You can apply American history’s lessons for successful statecraft to improve work relationships at all levels. It’s a fact Barack Obama has yet to learn on the job. He neglected a simple rule of statecraft. Instead of sending him to convince Russia’s parliament about the merits of his New START Treaty before they begin debate, Obama ordered America’s defense secretary elsewhere to get snubbed.
American workers need to understand that the type of economy that peaked with manufacturing output after World War II is being replaced by a knowledge economy. And that means new rules for job security.
Half way through the first month of 2011, some may be wondering about how to keep on track for success with New Year’s resolutions and goals. Here’s a quick and easy method for you to measure progress and stay motivated through the year.
Best links of the week:
Global Health Corps: Mobilizing a global community of young leaders to build a movement for health equity.
Personal Finance Mastery: Great website with lots of free and useful information about mastering personal finances to build true wealth and enjoy more freedom.
Tea Party Patriots: A community committed to standing together, shoulder to shoulder, to protect our country and the Constitution upon which we were founded!
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