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Slightly Contrarian, Hopefully Stimulating



FDR and Focused Leadership

On December 7, 1941, Japan unleashed an unprovoked attack on the United States naval base at Pearl Harbor. 2,402 American service personnel were killed, as were¬†57 civilians. 18 ships, including 5 battleships were lost. At the time the attack was... Continue Reading →

Kapaernick fumbles

When Colin Kapaernick refused to stand for the National Anthem, he fumbled. A popular athlete, he is in a position to lead a discussion about the injustices to people of color and specifically, police brutality. But, he fumbled. Kapaernick had... Continue Reading →

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