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Bad News for Women in the US: Leadership Roles More Limited than Other Countries in the World

Chad Brooks from Business News Daily reported this week that “U.S. businesses aren’t doing very well at putting women in leadership roles. It’s surprising news to those of us who like to imagine that the we lead the world in democratic economic reform and equality. It’s time we wake up and smell the sexism! In […]

Occupy Sandy: The 99% Offer Political and Practical Leadership

Reblogged from the Huffington Post: Occupy Sandy (an offshoot from Occupy WallStreet) uses social networks for grassroots relief Kudos to Lucas Kavner, whose well-researched article demonstrates the maturity and contemporary leadership initiatives growing out of the Occupy Wall Street movement. In a world where twitter and facebook are powerful forces to share the shallow and […]

“Comedy is the Soft Spot of All Dictators”

I just watched “The Red Chapel,” a documentary about two intentionally bad Korean-Danish comedians coming to perform in North Korea, and this is the opening salvo by the creator: “Comedy is the soft spot of all dictators.” Then the film proceeds with an exploration of the paradoxes of performing comedy/satire within a dictatorship, complete with […]