Ideas to guide those want to help with our nation’s transition to its next life.
Amyiah Cohoon did everything right: She cut her spring break at Disney World short in early March, as the virus …
The best generals rely on their platoon leaders and junior officers to succeed. The same goes for resistance to a deadly pathogen. Leadership – and followership – must develop locally from the bottom up.
Perhaps we believe earthly powers offer the most protection we will ever find.
Top-down control does not work even in the army, let alone in public health. The best armies are led from the bottom, not from the top. The same goes for resistance to a deadly pathogen. Leadership – and followership – has to develop locally.
These tools of social pressure are the opposite of leadership. Leaders do not pressure, denounce, and coerce. Leaders open the way.
Our public school history books tend to recognize our presidents through a filter that favors strongmen: the stronger the better.
We have sycophancy on the media’s dance floor again. Perhaps I read the wrong headlines, but I see the press …
Where is the George F. Kennan of our generation? Where is the person who accurately describes our enemy, then draws from the description the proper conclusions about the best way to defeat it? We flounder somewhat aimlessly in the bush right now, and I don’t see wise individuals to guide us back to the right road.
Now Angela Merkel discovers Washington set up a listening post in Berlin to monitor her cell phone. How brazen can you …