Pelosi Stands Firm As Dems Call For Leadership Change

Pelosi Stands Firm As Dems Call For Leadership Change

Top House Democrat Nancy Pelosi (CA) is under fire after Democratic challenger Jon Ossoff lost the Georgia special election to Republican Karen Handel despite a strong polling lead, prompting numerous party members to call for new leadership. “We need leadership … More »

Leadership: Theater versus Reality

Leadership: Theater versus Reality

Last week I promised to give some illustrations of the difference between genuine caring leadership and theater. Here are a couple of examples of the former. 1. I’ve discussed Captain Hamilton and his hate-hate relationship with Lieutenant Colonel Young, before, … More »

That's Clucked Up

That’s Clucked Up

– New Law Limits Los Angeles Residents To One Rooster Per Household – What with budget problems, wildfires and the Real Houswives of Orange County nearby, you’d think Los Angeles would have enough problems without having to worry about roosters. … More »

Republican Rep Apologizes For Outburst

Republican Rep Apologizes For Outburst

– South Carolina’s Representative Says He’s Sorry, Says He Forgot He Wasn’t A Member of English Parliament – South Carolina Representative Joe Wilson hastily apologized for shouting out, “You lie!” during President Obama’s health care speech to Congress last night. … More »

Shhhhhhhhhhh

Shhhhhhhhhhh

“Please understand my reasons for not speaking today. I am participating in the Day of Silence (DOS), a national youth movement bringing attention to the silence faced by lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people and their allies. My deliberate silence … More »

Bizlevity Business News Headlines

Bizlevity Business News Headlines

— Stories Ripped-Off From Today’s Headlines — Treasury Sec’y Geithner Says Other CEOs Could Be Forced Out, Cites Need For Gov’t To Do ‘Exceptional Things’ Claims Administration Is Committed But ‘It Will Be Difficult’ To Change Economy To Total Socialism … More »

 Greece Fire

Greece Fire

Greek Police Can’t Yet Breathe Psi of Relief Ahhh, Greece. Birthplace of Democracy. Cradle of Western thought. And, more recently, a hotbed of rioting over the police shooting of a 15-year-old boy. I’m no international relations expert but I think … More »