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If Only Thomas L. Friedman Were an Honest Man

If Only Thomas L. Friedman were an honest man, he would not politicize a tragic event while acting as if he is above politicizing a tragic event. 180 more words


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What is the Most Powerful Question Every Leader Should ask in a Crisis?

Almost 7 million people evacuated Florida prior to Hurricane Irma arriving. That is 1/3 of the state’s entire population and the largest in U.S. history. You can imagine what that might have looked like. 723 more words

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Bettering Cities by Community

Progress through Partnership & Cooperation.

There’s renewed argument about cities taking up the mantle of governance and nation states becoming obsolete. (Take this recent article… 1,631 more words


Trump’s Folly - by Thomas Friedman - NYT

“But what if we prepare for disruptive climate change and it doesn’t get as bad as feared? Where will we be? Well, we will have cleaner air to breathe, less childhood asthma, more innovative building materials and designs, and cleaner, more efficient power generation and transportation systems — all of which will be huge export industries and create tens of thousands of good, repeat jobs. 221 more words

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Who is a social entrepreneur?

One of the newest figures to emerge on the world stage in recent years is the social entrepreneur. This is usually someone who burns with desire to make a positive impact on the world, but believes that the best way of doing it is, as the saying goes, not by giving poor people fish and feeding them for a day, but by teaching them to fish, in hope of feeding them for a lifetime. 64 more words

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Many Shades of the U.S. at War - The New York Times

“I’m just back from visiting all of our key air bases in Iraq, Afghanistan and along the Persian Gulf, and I find myself wrestling with two stark contrasts: the contrast between what is happening there in the air and what is happening on the ground, and the contrast between the decency of the U.S. 375 more words

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