How would leadership during the COVID-19 pandemic be different if we had a President who was actually interested in doing the job? Since it’s not a reality show? A thoughtful President would pull their best people together for about three days and get an eight-page report (or something like that) on the most urgent problems […]
Monthly Archives: May 2020
It’s not like we didn’t know this already, but it’s galling that currently sitting US Senators of the Democratic Party *like* the filibuster rule because it stops progressive legislation.
I don’t know Katie Everson, but she put this out on Facebook recently and it’s great. I’m a bit of a fanboy of academics and researchers, so I’ve read a few scientific papers of this type. They mostly go kind of like this: Hi, this is who I am and here are my co-authors. Here […]
I am extra pissed off today. The thing I really resent is that the rest of the world is moving forward, while in Cleveland we are reduced to begging Council members to beg the Mayor to do even the tiniest things in regard to essential objectives like sustainability, environmental health, and traffic safety. Take this […]