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Exactly a week ago today, I published a post entitled Race And Politics in which I brought up the subject of a cartoon that the New York Post had published. The cartoon caused a firestorm of controversy. It became apparent that where you fall in the political spectrum, your racial background, and...
Today I received a contact form via Active Rain Real Estate Network. It was sad news and quite unexpected. Apparently R.J. Dansereau an engineer and contractor for the Togo government for years has passed away. The sad and fatal car accident not only took his life but that of his entire family. T...
When I read this article last week from my business partner Danny Thornton I had one of those Amen! moments. That moment arose not because I didn't already know the truth behind what he was saying but because I was surprised that people in all professions might not know it. The internet may be ...
It has taken me a day to figure out what I wanted to say about a cartoon I came across on several blog posts yesterday. To set the scene the cartoon was published in the New York Post by one of their regular cartoonists named Sean Delonas. The cartoon came a day after the tragic attack by a chimp...
Throughout history sports have been the arena where pure skill has carried the day. Whether it is an individual sport or a team sport the politics that separate us have generally dissipated. There are notable exceptions such as the Munich Olympics of 1972 where the nastiness of hate reared its ug...
Today more good news came out of the financial sectors. Testifying before Congress CEO John Mack of Morgan Stanley gave a very well thought out opening statement. You can read more and hear his entire statement HERE. One of the most encouraging parts of his statement demonstrates that at least tw...