Monthly Archives: November 2016

Let It Go: A Frozen Federal workforce isn’t the answer

For years we have heard some politicians complaining about government being “too big” and wanting to make it smaller.  Have you ever once heard anyone say we need RIGHT-SIZED government? What does this mean? Private businesses decide what they are … Continue reading

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Status Unquo: presumptions, tribalism, and emergence

I have been writing for months that both Brexit and the deep divide in America reflect the end of one “status quo.” I believe that the emergence of a critical mass of citizens unwilling or unable to inquire, question their … Continue reading

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