List/Grid Monthly Archives: October 2011

10 vs. 10,000

The founding of America ushered in an era of human history marked by a quest for equality, justice and opportunity for all people. America’s unique contribution to the world, and ...

Equality in What Way?

As we watch the “occupy” movement make its way across the country, Americans are reviving the age-old debate over equality. What is equality? Is it the equal sharing of opportunity ...

Secure Borders and a Color Blind Society

In recent years there has been a divide in America that has been largely along the fault lines of race and ethnic heritage. We attempt to classify each ethnic group by hyphenating a ...

Red October

In 1990, Hollywood produced a film entitled The Hunt for Red October, which chronicled a Cold War Soviet submarine gone renegade. Little did they know that the title of the movie would ...

Symptoms of the Syndrome

In speeches I’ve given over the past few years, I’ve characterized the current fiscal crisis in this country to symptoms of an underlying syndrome. Just as the sniffles or a runny ...

The Premise

Last night’s GOP presidential debate said nearly as much about the folks asking the questions as those answering them. One of the opening questions, lobbed by Washington Post political ...

Where to Place the Blame?

When people lie under oath it is considered criminal, when they lie in the press it wins the Pulitzer. The degree to which the American mainstream media distorts economic reality is ...

What if the NFL Operated Like the NEA

Not many of us stop to think what the world would look like if private companies and sports teams operated like the National Education Association (NEA). Fortunately for sports fans, ...
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