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I spent the last few weeks sprinting to help on a family event called the Bakersfield Business Conference. Here are some of my thoughts from the event’s media tent.
It’s been almost twenty-five years since Bill Bennett’s Book of Virtues. What virtues and vices should we be talking about in the context of the 2016 presidential race?
A friend’s birthday reminded me of Dan Sullivan’s take on the subject of success, aging, and courage. Sullivan argues that successful people should work to stay courageous.
Voters have seen radical and painful technological, cultural, political, and economic changes. Hillary’s change-maker pitch is like offering a drowning man a glass of water.
President George W. Bush’s visits with soldiers are meaningful in a way that transcends politics. This story from Press Secretary Perino about such a visit is deeply moving.
Suicide Squad is an enjoyable summer popcorn flick with stunning visuals and some funny lines from bad guys turned good. But, the film could have been about so much more.
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