Posted on November 13, 2021
Let us take time out and figure out who should receive our votes. As campaigning for 2022 mid-term elections and the 2024 Presidential race unfolds, and as the media frenzies begin to swarm, it should come as no surprise that the strategy for political parties is “strategic extremism” based on identity politics: we-they, us-them itus. […]
Posted on July 19, 2020
As Americans, we each will have important “leader” decisions to make this November: Who are the best qualified persons is to lead this great Nation? As we reflect, muster and share thoughts and ideas, some of the significant challenges for political leaders: global pandemic, racism, inequality, unemployment, health, partisanship, and state of the economy. Unfortunately, […]
Posted on February 16, 2019
American partisan politics today reminds of a humongous, tarnished, sterling silver punch bowl that needs good leaders with gallons of good silver polish who are aware and understand the reality of partisan politics: it is a dangerous duel of limited and partial truths. Political parties have glaring inadequacies because they lack a vision with a […]
Posted on January 12, 2019
Political headlines remind of little kids who are desperate for approval and have never been told that bragging is obnoxious; and that lying, cheating and using other people’s money for self-serving outcomes are not ethical and moral. Where are the political leaders and leadership? They have been replaced by actors, entertainment and showmanship.