NOTE: Today, June 17, 2010, is the thirty-eighth anniversary of the Watergate break-in. We have to give Richard Nixon some credit; his disregard for
I’ve always been amused by the term “scholar-athlete.” Many players on college sports teams are accomplished athletes who are “scholars” in the sense that
Success in going green will require failures first, as it did in the development of information technology.
If David and Goliath really existed, and if their match had taken place in the Roman Coliseum, for whom would the fans be rooting?
Have you ever been in a conversation with someone where, when the other person is speaking, you (a) are not really listening, and/or (b)
“The choice is not doing or communicating. It is doing and communicating” I wish these words were mine, but they belong to George Lakoff,
We’ve heard it said before that in the land of the blind the one-eyed man is king. But what happens when in the land
The tension mounted as the senator tried to get the investment banker on the hot seat to acknowledge that the best interests of his
If you live in or near St. Louis, you may have walked or driven on a street named in her honor, but you might
Recently, it’s become a sport to poke fun at Larry King. A talk show host who has interviewed more than 40,000 people on radio