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Tony or T Rump?

Tony or T Rump   T Rump makes Tony Soprano look like a choir boy.  Sorta.   Tony was careful not to let his “business” crossover into his home life and become known to his “personal” family. T Rump’s “business” involves his personal family and each member is...

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Bloomberg Vs “Him”

Bloomberg Vs “Him”   Some say the 2020 Democratic presidential race is “déjà vu” all over again with fifteen major candidates in the race compared to a dozen who sought the Republican nomination in 2016.   2016 12 Republican presidential candidates: 5 Governors 4...

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Inverted Power

Inverted Power Abraham Maslow made history in the mid twentieth century with the promulgation of his motivational theory. He articulated it in a five-tiered, pyramid shaped model, his “Hierarchy of Needs.” From the bottom up, each tier evolves into the next, from...

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Ugly Parallels

Ugly Parallels (or Time To Give A Damn) “What is past is prologue.” – The Tempest History is both instructive and predictive; in fact, these two characteristics are inextricably bound.  What is learned from what we’ve done helps shape what we do now and portends where...

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Worst Enemy

Worst Enemy I agree the Press is the enemy. Taking an adversarial position is in the media’s blood.  Always questioning.  Digging. Yes, the Press is everything a formidable enemy should be. Antagonistic. Contentious. Dogged. The Press is the quintessential enemy, but...

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NoBells T Rump

NoBells T Rump   To begin with, don’t confuse Nobel, the dynamite inventor after whom the Nobel Prize is named, with NoBells, the nuclear option, “Fire and Fury” guy. Just as Nobel winners have contributed to the well-being of mankind through their exceptional...

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Ethically Strong

Ethically Strong   “Trump” is synonymous with “Corrupt”. I don’t have the time to count the ways.  Suffice it to say, the president thumbs his nose at legal boundaries, social norms, constitutional proscriptions, international protocols, political proprieties,...

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Democracy Undone

Democracy Undone Our democracy is unraveling at a rate that could preclude its recovery. Not until America elevated an autocrat into the White House did I fully appreciate the inherent fragility of our Democratic experiment. Today it operates in ways outside the...

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Bucks Gone Wild

Bucks Gone Wild   “The Buck Stops Here” appeared on a small desk display in the Oval Office when Harry Truman was President. Donald T Rump deserves a similar plaque for his desk and I can’t decide between two obvious, not to mention, appropriate slogans: “All Pro Buck...

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