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The 3 Deadly Sins of Poor Leadership, Part 2

In a previous posting I began a series on the 3 Deadly Sins of Poor Leadership. My initial posting focused on not moving fast enough to replace poor performers, either for performance or behavioural reasons.  

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The Legacy of Ralph Nader

It’s unfortunate that Ralph Nader is remembered as the “spoiler of the 2000 election” these days, rather than as “the founder of modern consumer protection.” It used to be the case that automobiles were extremely unsafe to operate. 196 more words


The Perfect Formula... and its Failure

When does the perfect formula fail to perform? In automotive history, I’d reckon its happened more than once. One of my favorite cars, all time, that isn’t a Volkswagen just so happens to be one of these. 545 more words


The Time Has Come for Health Care for All!

 Let’s Make It Happen.

Well, you may be thinking that we’re on our way to hell in a handbasket but there’s a glimmer of a chance we can actually create significant change during the deranged reign of Donald Trump. 3,908 more words

Which Is Safer, a Public Bank or a Private Bank? by Ellen Brown + The Savings and Stability of Public Banking by Ralph Nader

by Ellen Brown
Writer, Dandelion Salad
The Web of Debt Blog
April 11, 2017

Phil Murphy, the leading Democratic candidate for governor of New Jersey, has made a state-owned bank a centerpiece of his campaign. 2,876 more words


Quotes 4/10/17

Ah Monday…..Have a great dat!!

Your best teacher is your last mistake.
Ralph Nader

A Quote A Day

Origins of Fake News Pt. 1

As we continue to analyze the Fake News dataset, another field is “Author”. Below is a subset copied from the Author field after removing duplicates. Removing duplicates resulted in over 4,000 unique Author entries, however the misaligned rows issue continues to be a factor. 112 more words

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