Monthly Archives: July 2011

Communicating with authority: Lessons from the 60s

There were lots of lessons to be learned in the 60s.  Vietnam provided a crucible that refined a great deal of what was and was not true about US.  There was a new awareness in that time about power and … Continue reading

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SEND THE BUMS PACKING

Accountability. This should not be a new concept for government, to politically astute elected officials, or to those running to replace them. The function of government is to maintain the body politic: literally to preserve the lives, liberties, and well-being … Continue reading

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