September 26, 2016 “What do you guys do in there?” It was a private club – in a downtown setting – where we hold our all-day quarterly sessions for The Master’s Program. The young man is part of the club staff who serve us through the day, but is never in the room when we’re […]
It’s a Numbers Game
I used to be Deplorable…
September 19, 2016 Bombs in Manhattan. Stabbings in St. Cloud. A weekend of football… and terrorism. It’s Monday morning; so much for starting the week with some “good news” in the headlines. In the old days, we left our doors unlocked; today, a deadbolt does nothing to provide security. Walking down the street – or, […]
Here’s Your Assignment for 9/12
September 12, 2016 Where were you on 9/11? “A date that will live in infamy” is the description given to December 7th, 1941, by then-president Franklin D. Roosevelt to a joint session of Congress the next day. The Japanese had attacked Pearl Harbor, and the destruction galvanized the resolve of America to enter World War […]
Back to Work!
September 6, 2016 Happy Labor Day! Seems like I’m always saying that, though it’s only once a year. But, Labor Day always falls on a Monday – and, Point of View is always published on Monday (though distributed on Tuesday when Monday is a holiday!), so Labor Day – for us – is Big… Labor […]