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A Legacy To Be Written

When a President leaves office, there is always talk about their “Legacy”.  What will historians write as their “Legacy”.  I’m not sure if the Presidents care but the media does.   1,031 more words

Springs From A Manager's Point Of View

A New Normal

Apparently, January blog posts contain similar things across the web: analysis of the previous year, new resolutions for the coming year, or both.

We try to evaluate where we have been, where we want to be, and what we can do now to find our way on the journey between the two. 524 more words


The Last Day of President Barack Obama

On this, his last day in office, I think I must say a few words. I did not vote for Barack Obama. In either election. Growing up, I believed trickle-down economics was a thing, everyone had truly equal opportunity, and abortion was the ultimate “trump vote” for social policy. 276 more words

Jackie & Eliza: The Widowed Writers of History

Following the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy fights through grief and trauma to regain her faith, console her children, and define her husband’s historic legacy in 

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Leader of the Band

As I wait and mentally prepare myself to become a father later this year, my mind wanders over the various examples of dads I have seen in my time. 392 more words


Practice Makes P-E-R-F-E-C-T

My mother passed away eight years ago yesterday and my favorite memory of her concentrated on her love of words and the game of Scrabble. She often challenged family members and loved to win. 275 more words



Let me tell you something about this optimism thing. We can’t be so optimistic that we become desperate. White Jesus has all the money you’ll ever need, but the dollar ain’t gone never hold your peace. 462 more words