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One Nation Built On Race

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are…

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your opaque words -- a poem

your opaque words, scrawled in a hot summer night across a withering scroll

fill our nostrils,

they fill our collective unconsciousness, our inspirations,

our thought, our existence… 49 more words

Happy Birthday Texas!

We interrupt our regularly scheduled posts about my Fabulous Not Forty Birthday trips to wish Texans everywhere a Happy Independence Day!  On this day in 1836, Texas declared its independence from Mexico. 1,623 more words


Ready To Be Your Own Boss? Develop These Three Habits First.

“You’re not the boss of me!” My little 5-year-old niece said to her much older brother one day. He was telling her to stop running in the house. 738 more words

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Remembering Texas Independence

On the anniversary of Texas Independence and the birth of the Republic of Texas in 1836, I found it interesting to see this article on WND ( 171 more words


Creating a Culture of Respect

In my last article at Generalleadership.com, I wrote about how integrity is the very foundation of leadership. Extending that analogy, if Integrity is the “foundation” then Respect is the “walls” of a well-led organization. 87 more words


Novels & Human Rights Part 8: Causal Links and Conclusion

In the past two weeks, we’ve talked about the different cultural changes taking place in the 1700s, Into this changing cultural milieu came Pamela, popular for all the reasons we’ve discussed before. 911 more words