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The Zimmerman Trial: Does Character Matter?

Finally, the Trayvon Martin case made its way to court, where George Zimmerman, the neighborhood watch volunteer who shot and killed the black teenager, was given a bond of $150,000 – a move that fanned the flames of the race-baiters’ … Continue reading

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Reasons to Nominate Herman Cain

The more I see and hear Herman Cain, the more I like him and the more I’m amazed by him. By any metric known to political science, his candidacy should have imploded long ago: he has zero political experience coupled … Continue reading

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Integrity: The Cornerstone of Leadership

It’s a word with several definitions – all closely related in one respect, but entirely different in application – that is arguably the central criterion for accurately gauging the measure of any man or woman. According to Dictionary.com, integrity has … Continue reading

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