Monthly Archives: June 2008

Where have all the leaders gone?

You gotta love this guy. A mainstream Republican, Lee Iacocca has had it with the current state of leadership in the U.S. He pulls no punches as he provides readers with a clear, concise summary of our major problems – … Continue reading

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The Battle for the Jewish voice and soul

By David Mandelzys Dear Mom, Dad, your Zionist friends, and Bob Dylan too, I’ve got news for you all: The times they are a changin’! Remember last Passover? Remember when we sat around the Seder table and listened to you … Continue reading

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Realistic Planning Holds the Key to Iraq

By Bardia Sinaee For the past five years, the war in Iraq has been one of the hottest topics in the news media, with various solutions being suggested by serious observers and pundits alike. Realistic contemporary analysis reveals, however, that … Continue reading

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On Leadership

One of the hallmarks of leadership is the ability to sense the formation of a trend and to position oneself at its head.                       —- ROGER TOMPKINS An observation.

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Oil and the Saudi Peace Offensive

By George Friedman The Saudis are hosting an interfaith conference June 4. Four hundred Islamic scholars from around the world will be there, with one day devoted to interfaith issues. Saudi King Abdullah will open the conference, over which Saudi … Continue reading

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