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Marxist Millennials?

There’s nothing more embarrassing than the left’s periodic flirtation with Marxism. Anytime a skeptical critique of capitalism is given a quasi credible veneer, the left goes nuts and forgets that their most successful (and cynical) tactic of the past hundred years has been to hide their very real and very confused… 670 more words

What's in it for ME?

Managing change is part of my day job. One of the catch phrases we use these days is “what’s in it for me”. In “selling” change in an organisation we need to show the employees, the board, the management and all other stakeholders “what’s in it for them”. 1,128 more words


Ukraine Shares The Blame For Russia's Aggression

American Thinker published my latest piece “Ukraine Shares The Blame For Russia’s Aggression“.

I encourage you to head over there and join the discussion, tweet, like and share. 806 more words


Freedom vs. hard work

Judaism is hard work because freedom is hard work. Pesach is especially hard because it is the festival of freedom. Freedom is threatened in two ways: by individualism and collectivism.

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Happy 75th, The Grapes of Wrath

It was on this date 75 years ago, in 1939, that John Steinbeck’s The Grapes of Wrath was published.  Following the Joad family as they lose their family farm in… 342 more words

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What Is Capitalism?

“The inherent vice of capitalism is the unequal sharing of blessings; the inherent virtue of socialism is the equal sharing of miseries.”Winston Churchill… 700 more words

Miscellaneous Thoughts On The Fountainhead by a Second-hander

Well. Just finished The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand and have a couple of observations. More than a couple actually. Note: The term “second-hander” refers to the villains, all those who support the suppression of individuality for the sake of the common good, or collectivism. 1,035 more words

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