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July 4th: What Patriotism Means for Me


I wrote this Presidential, Inaugural-like address several seasons ago. It was a different time and place for me, and so, I reshare it because I think it speaks to the holiday and to our nation and my pride in it. … Continue reading

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JFK 1961 Inaugural Address: 50 Years since his passing


I was not born when the shots rang out that fell John Fitzgerald Kennedy, this date, 50 years ago. Kennedy was a hopeful man, in a critical time, that was found more wanting of his positive spirit after he perished. … Continue reading

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Ahead of the Curve: Harvard Business School Book mixes with our government’s recent history


I just finished up Ahead of the Curve: Two Years at Harvard Business School by Philip Delves Broughton, a memoir about his recent experience as a graduate student at Harvard Business School, class of 2006. Considered by most as the … Continue reading

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