“ … if I win, I am going to instruct my attorney general to get a special prosecutor to look into your situation because there has never been so many lies, so much deception, there has never been anything like it and we’re going to have a special prosecutor.” – Donald Trump to Hillary Clinton, Oct. 9, 2016
If you’re paying attention to the debates for 2016 POTUS, the topic of K12 Education is apparently irrelevant.
You need to speak up for the innocent lives lost. But you also need to be prepared for the debate that is sure to follow.
I see a lot of arguments about America being a “great country”. I think we should focus on a different question.
Tuesday’s debate shows that despite all the media claims to the contrary Hillary Clinton is still easily winning the contest for the Democratic presidential nomination.
Binary arguments are the crack cocaine of human interactions. They are conversation killers and they serve only the interests of those who want to block co-operation and progress.
“Has a president ever shared his dreams with the public before? Can I be the first?” By Sarah Braunstein
Do debates ever really change a voter’s mind?
Mitt Romney let slip the big debate/campaign secret: you can’t win or lose, much less be right or wrong. It’s nothing but a word game on top of a mess of details that will make all the seemingly impossible big points work out in the end.
Sure, you’re a visionary leader. But do your day-to-day discussions actually move your company forward, or just cause confusion? Here’s how to tell. (Special from Inc. magazine)
Maybe SnookI is in the wrong line of work?