Wednesday, May 29, 2013

5-29-13 Great Guests for Your Show

1. Carl Schramm: Barack Obama's Scandals Confirm That He's Not a CEO
2. Wayne Allyn Root: President Obama - The CEO Who Knows Nothing
3. Anne Speckhard, Ph.D.: Remembering Civilian Sacrifices made in Behalf of our Country
4. Dave Bego: Right-to-Work Legislation
5. Rabbi D.B. Ganz: A Response to Chinese Computer Hacking

Barack Obama's Scandals Confirm That He's Not a CEO

Every CEO is a politician. Not every politician is a CEO. The current set of messes that President Obama faces makes the point. They are as much management failures as they are political/legal nightmares. There is a price for having no market-facing executive experience. Indeed, Mr. Obama’s first cabinet had almost no private sector management experience. Most of our better presidents have had business or military leadership experience. This is of tremendous value when running the world’s largest organization. Those who haven’t, like Bill Clinton himself, tested by failure as a politician and familiar with the executive role governors play, knew that private sector executives have a different view of what successful management is and kept a few close at hand. [more...]

President Obama - The CEO Who Knows Nothing

Let's assume for a moment that Obama really knew nothing about the IRS scandal. That would make him the most incompetent and clueless CEO in history. The first time the president of the United States allegedly found out about the IRS scandal was on a Friday, less than two weeks ago, just like the rest of us. We are led to believe he was watching CNN and they mentioned the IRS scandal. And I guess we’re to believe that Obama turned to his Chief of Staff and said, “Wow, those IRS dudes really went rogue!” [more...]

Remembering Civilian Sacrifices made in Behalf of our Country

We need to begin to honor the oft forgotten civilians who also serve in war and high threat security environments alongside the military, supporting their efforts and working in concert with them - especially all those civilians who served in the two recent U.S. wars in Iraq and Afghanistan - as many civilian workers have also lost their lives while serving our country. While we don’t often remember the sacrifices of civilian workers in conflict zones, or have a holiday to commemorate their service, we do need to honor that they too serve their country. [more...]

Right-to-Work Legislation

Having been involved in the passage of Right-To-Work legislation in Indiana and Michigan, I can attest to the tireless efforts of these grassroots movements - by local businesses in Indiana and concerned United Auto Worker employees in Michigan - to achieve the goal of protecting worker freedoms. Statistical data shows that the implementation of a Right-to-Work law is positive as such states see statistical growth in both population and jobs. Some have suggested that a Right-to-Work law’s importance is in the guarantee of the freedom of choice and the assurance of a lack of intimidation in the organizing process, but it appears this may not be accurate. [more...]

A Response to Chinese Computer Hacking

In the spring of 2010, Google, unlike other computer search engine companies, admirably placed principle ahead of profit and closed its operations in China. The reason openly given by Google was that private Gmail accounts of Chinese human rights activists were being systematically hacked. In truth, it is well known that the Chinese government has been behind major cyber-attacks on targets everywhere. A cursory Internet query on the subject of Chinese computer hacking will generate numerous articles from different parts of the world all making the same point. The Chinese government is apparently attempting to pirate all of the world’s secrets filed on computers worth stealing. [more...]

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