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Management by Trickery

Management is management. High school English teachers can do that. The transition from teaching bored and distracted late adolescents to managing proudly eccentric and inappropriately inventive programmers and systems analysts, with no social skills whatsoever, was fairly easy, even if … Continue reading

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The Trump Whisperers

No one likes chaos. There’s always an explanation for any current mess. There’s always a hidden someone who’s really running things – Dick Cheney whispering in George W. Bush’s ear – Nancy Reagan telling Ronald Reagan what her astrologer told … Continue reading

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Privileged Information

Think of it as a movie. The setting – a federal courthouse in lower Manhattan – a cold and dark and rainy April morning, a Monday morning – the streets filled with reporters. The young and smart and handsome and … Continue reading

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Political Landscaping

A major terrorist attack has a masking effect – all other news disappears. The world is a dangerous place, more dangerous than it’s ever been – maybe. Hitler tried to eat the world. The Japanese tried to eat their half … Continue reading

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When Worlds Collide

Bad things happen when worlds collide, like in that cheesy 1951 movie about “the coming destruction of the Earth by a Neptune-sized extrasolar planet called Bellus and the desperate efforts to build a space ark that will save and transport a small … Continue reading

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No Day for Washington and Lincoln

Presidents Day weekend is supposed to be nothing much, a halfhearted hybrid. Perhaps the business community decided that a national holiday to celebrate Washington’s Birthday each February, and then Lincoln’s – each falling on separate days that might or might … Continue reading

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Forward or Perhaps Not

Forward. That was Obama’s one word campaign slogan this time, replacing Hope – not that anyone noticed. This was the Statisticians Election. There was endless daily polling at all levels and places you could go to see the averages of … Continue reading

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