When we think of greed we think of money. All greed is not monetary, or at least not exclusively so. I’d like you to approach greed that way for at least the next few paragraphs.
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3 Books Leading Toward An Answer
I’m a believer in continuous education. In that spirit and taking advantage of my Phase II retirement status I am reading more than ever the last few years. I spend a good part of my day reading and writing. One of the topics I don’t spend nearly enough time writing about is America’s opioid crisis. Three books have taught me a lot about it and made me reexamine my own prejudices. Please continue!
Who pays for greed?
When Pride And Greed Meet
It’s Tuesday morning and I sit here with the TV muted and tuned to C-SPAN2 as I begin this article. Led by Manslaughter Mitch McConnell, Republican Senators are taking to the Senate floor spewing partisan rhetoric. The subject matter is the latest proposed coronavirus response legislation. Let’s explore. Continue reading When Pride And Greed Meet
Power And Inequity
Question: What do you get when you bring together a favorite college professor, a respected friend’s suggestion, a group of wise friends’ decision and two books?
Answer: This article.
Question: Do I have you intrigued?
Hopefully the answer is yes; in which case I invite you to come along and explore. Continue reading Power And Inequity