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What are they up to now?

It seems not a day goes by when the British government manages to put its foot in it.

Only the other day they demonstrated how inept they are by disagreeing amongst themselves on how much it will costs Britain to leave the EU. 111 more words



Chief judge on the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Alex Kozinsk is accused of sexual harrasment by multiple staffers who worked with him, The Washington Post reported Friday. 281 more words


Agency Turf Battles and Construction Costs

This is a touched-up version of an article I tried publishing earlier this year, changed to be more relevant to regular blog readers, who know e.g. 1,983 more words


In Order to form a more perfect Union

As we can tell by the terrible choices that President Trump has made even just recently, it is obvious just how little he understands economics, business, social norms, international diplomacy, and anything else that has to do with being a chief executive of any organization. 1,407 more words


Johnson about to make idiot of himself with hypocritical 'scathing' attack on Corbyn

The S*n was tonight touting – idiotically – a speech – idiotic – to be made by Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson in which, to quote the tweeted words of the article’s author, he will ‘launch a blistering attack’ on Jeremy Corbyn for supposedly claiming that Britain’s foreign policy can increase the threat of terrorism in the UK. 291 more words

"House Democrat plans to force impeachment vote Wednesday"


“Rep. Al Green (D-Texas) says he intends to force a vote Wednesday to impeach President Donald Trump, a move that Democratic leaders have long sought to fend off despite increasing agitation from a small faction of liberal members. 31 more words


How to Teach Employees Skills They Don’t Know They Lack

(Source: hbr.org)

Despite the billions of dollars companies spend on employee training, research shows that workers are unconsciously incompetent in 20% to 40% of areas critical to their performance. 954 more words

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