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Beyond the Talking Points: Taking a Deeper Look At America’s Issues By Mark Goshdigian
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Even before the election of Barack Obama, Americans were beginning to notice that the country had changed direction. Five years into his presidency, neither he nor the legislators in Congress are... More > willing to do the work necessary to solve our problems. Critical thinking may not be sexy, but it’s what will enable us to overcome our most formidable challenges. Author Mark Goshdigian, an everyday American concerned about the nation’s future, bucks the trend in a series of essays that pose tough questions: Can the federal government and Federal Reserve continue to turbo-charge the economy by spending so much money? How has globalization affected the United States? What can we do to fight an entitlement culture? Can we still learn from our failures and dare to be great? Whether you’re a government worker, politician, voter, or student, you owe it to yourself to examine the economy, the nation’s social issues, and the political process so we can move beyond the talking points.< Less
Beyond the Talking Points: Taking a Deeper Look At America’s Issues By Mark Goshdigian
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Even before the election of Barack Obama, Americans were beginning to notice that the country had changed direction. Five years into his presidency, neither he nor the legislators in Congress are... More > willing to do the work necessary to solve our problems. Critical thinking may not be sexy, but it’s what will enable us to overcome our most formidable challenges. Author Mark Goshdigian, an everyday American concerned about the nation’s future, bucks the trend in a series of essays that pose tough questions: Can the federal government and Federal Reserve continue to turbo-charge the economy by spending so much money? How has globalization affected the United States? What can we do to fight an entitlement culture? Can we still learn from our failures and dare to be great? Whether you’re a government worker, politician, voter, or student, you owe it to yourself to examine the economy, the nation’s social issues, and the political process so we can move beyond the talking points.< Less
The Declaration of the Democratic Worldview, the Inaugural Edition By John Hank Edson
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This modern update of The Declaration of Independence sets forth the logical foundations of the principle of human equality heretofore defined ambiguously as simply “self-evident.” ... More > Building from these foundations, The Declaration of the Democratic Worldview then demonstrates how the failure to articulate a rational basis for our belief in human equality has empowered the efforts of anti-democratic interests in our society to corrupt our democratic political process. Finally, this book also shows how the proposed advance in the democratic worldview enables the American people to bring 21st century sophistication to the effort to engineer meaningful political process integrity. Howard Zinn, author of The People’s History of the United States, described The Declaration of the Democratic Worldview as “a thoughtful, provocative study… both sobering and hopeful.” Contains a new afterward discussing use of The Declaration of Independence by Obama, Lincoln and FDR.< Less
Absolutely Vulnerable, the Crisis of Strategic Business Planning in America By Thomas Malm
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What is "strategic planning?" It is a process that only as few as 10% of America's CEO's have been trained to execute. Why is it important? The statistics say that a strategic approach to... More > business management will increase success by over 1600%. ABSOLUTELY VULNERABLE is a quick-reading book rife with thought provoking anecdotes that caution, inspire, and amuse. Examples like Brother International, IBM, and RJ Reynolds to describe how a culture can guide a company into re-invention. Other examples of success and failure come from Consumer Goods, US Auto Industry, Office Products, Wholesale Distribution, Education, Private Aviation, Politics, Sports Marketing, Coaching, and Music Products Malm’s stories are thought provoking, substantiated, and entertaining. This is a book on marketing and business management, for sure. Yet, it has a general interest quality that makes it interesting for a broad readership.< Less
Quotes from Steven Jobs By Steven Damron
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Apple cofounder Steve Jobs touched hundreds of millions of people with insanely great products. Nearly everyone knows about Mac computers, iPod music players and iPhones. Jobs also left behind great... More > quotes about technology, design and life. Through his successes and failures, he always had the wit to explain complicated ideas eloquently, to communicate the significance of a new product. This book includes the best quotations from Steve Jobs, as well as tributes from Bob Iger, President Barack Obama, Steve Wozniak, Larry Page, Mark Zuckerberg and other admirers.< Less
Beware of GUS: Government-University Symbiosis By Louis J. Rosenbaum, M.D.
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Almost half a century after graduating medical school, Dr. Louis J. Rosenbaum examines the state of American medicine prior to the enactment of Obama-care. He examines the decline of morality and... More > standards in our culture as well as relevant federal regulations, court decisions, tort law, and media bias, and he describes their adverse impacts upon physicians and patients. He explains how the current focus on controlling costs eclipses consideration of ill-conceived governmental policies. He notes that the free-market American health-care system minimizes delays in providing necessary treatments and achieves cancer survival rates superior to those of countries with socialized medicine. He documents universities’ failure to teach medical students and doctors to control costs by evaluating the benefits and risks of possible treatments. His pragmatic suggestions are based on forty years of practicing, teaching, and conducting research.< Less
Beware of GUS: Government-University Symbiosis By Louis J. Rosenbaum, M.D.
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Almost half a century after graduating medical school, Dr. Louis J. Rosenbaum examines the state of American medicine prior to the enactment of Obama-care. He examines the decline of morality and... More > standards in our culture as well as relevant federal regulations, court decisions, tort law, and media bias, and he describes their adverse impacts upon physicians and patients. He explains how the current focus on controlling costs eclipses consideration of ill-conceived governmental policies. He notes that the free-market American health-care system minimizes delays in providing necessary treatments and achieves cancer survival rates superior to those of countries with socialized medicine. He documents universities’ failure to teach medical students and doctors to control costs by evaluating the benefits and risks of possible treatments. His pragmatic suggestions are based on forty years of practicing, teaching, and conducting research.< Less

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