Security and the Drunkard’s Principle

Over the past few months I have made the claim that we are now living in the Golden Age in…

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The Joy of Suffering

Happy Thanksgiving! As we take time to focus on what we are thankful for in our lives, it is often…

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Shaken, Not Stirred

Of the many things in life that make our trips around the sun worthwhile, one of the most joyous parts…

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Morton’s Fork

Generally speaking, this is not a political blog, nor does it take a direct political stance. As I write this,…

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The Value of Justice

“For the love of money is the root of all kinds of evil, and by craving it some have wandered…

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No: The Most Powerful Little Word

No: A negative response to a request or declaration.  I recall a few years ago talking with a high-level executive…

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Efficiency, Competence, and the USPS

Efficiency:  A standard of performance that uses the least amount of effort to achieve the highest amount of result. Incompetence: The inability to…

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Misery Loves Company

Misery loves company. You’ve probably heard an older member of your family or your social circle use this phrase at…

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Timing

I am not lost on the irony that I am two days late in regard to when I usually spend…

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Pushing When Pulled

When they push, you pull. When they pull, you push.  This simple statement was one of the core principles taught…

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