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Unfit for Duty

If you remember your classic Hollywood movies, Lieutenant Commander Phillip Queeg (Humphrey Bogart) was unfit for duty – in spite of his previous command experience. The movie is The Caine Mutiny – from 1954 – mostly concerned with how Queeg, under … Continue reading

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Guessing What Wins

Political junkies like to think about who will win the next election and why – who made the big gaffe, who looked good in the debates, who had the most to spend, and who masterfully managed the key structural elements … Continue reading

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