Monthly Archives: September 2007

No Gays in Iran

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was in New York last week to address students at Columbia University and to speak at the General Assembly of the United Nations. In his remarks introducing the Iranian President, Lee Bollinger, President of Columbia University, … Continue reading

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Playoff Fever in Wrigleyville

As of the time this blog was published the Chicago Cubs were leading the national league central division by a slim 2.5 games over the amazing, young Milwaukee Brewers. Never mind that the NL Central is the weakest division in … Continue reading

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Work Ethic and Good Attitude lets you Write Your Own Ticket

Last week my Vice President of Sales came back from Washington State, where they manufacture, among other things, the new Boeing 787 Dreamliner. He had visited one of our customers, a firm that manufactures components for the big superliner. The … Continue reading

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Alcohol, the Drug of Choice

In 1920, at the beginning of the Prohibition era, the Reverend Billy Sunday made a bold prediction about it’s success saying, “The reign of tears is over. The slums will soon be a memory. We will turn our prisons into … Continue reading

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“The Lunchbox Plan for Collegiate Success”

Last week was the first day of classes at Winona State University; an exciting time to meet my new students and start the regimen of the fall semester. For students, college life presents the challenge of balancing class attendance, study … Continue reading

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