Monthly Archives: June 2011

Politics vs. performance

One of the nagging headaches with commenting on issues perceived as public policy is how so few are willing to discern substance vs. partisan viewpoint. It nearly always takes gravitas not to sound shrill these days, present company included. This is why reading over today’s latest opine from Bill George provides pause. George is arguably… Read more »

Just do something

When it comes to jobs, has there ever been a time when so few leaders seem able to address much less solve an issue? Exhibit A is whatever the President’s Jobs and Competitiveness Council (JACC or JACK?) is trying to accomplish with their new publicity push, which was kicked off with a media blitz earlier… Read more »