The Civil War started in Missouri. 40 years before anyone fired a shot, the state’s admission into the Union as a slave state drew a literal line in the dirt between states […]
According to theSOI.com, a web based questionnaire used by Fortune 100 technology companies to identify their leaders’ Styles Of Influence™, people have four major internal scales that dictate how they interact with […]
Nate Silver of Fivethirtyeight Blog reported this weekend that Donald Trump presently trails Hillary Clinton in the polls by a margin not duplicated since the 1984 election. Which means that the gap […]
On the anniversary of the surrender of Nazi Germany, the ghosts of the past warn us today.
Why convincing someone they are at war with a faith is easier than convincing someone to go to war for their faith.
Eisenhower, terrorism and leaders who won’t serve.
Beyond the nostalgia and faded understanding of the past, what the data tells us about life in 1950’s America and where we are today.
Why it’s so critical, now more than ever for our head of government to be above the fray.
What the past teaches us about our great political ideas shows us how dangerously different we’re doing it today.
Like it or not, what we share in our social media presence actually says something about us.