Monthly Archives: July 2018


American Political Tribalism When Americans hear about “tribalism,” they often imagine a faraway land where one    ethnic or religious faction mercilessly persecutes another for generations. Only recently have many in this country begun to appraise the extent of tribalism at … Continue reading

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Tentative Scientific Believing     Science is enlightened common sense. Karl Popper Among all the ways of knowing ever devised, only the scientific method strives to combat our confirmation biases by asking the question: “What is the evidence?” How many ways of … Continue reading

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To Abandon Democracy In America?  It only takes one, but the one has to be the President of the United States.  The American political system relies on the personal qualities of the man or woman who wields the awesome powers … Continue reading

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The Process Of Self- Renewal Life is the endless process of self-discovery. John Gardner This blog is my review of a series of my essays, “The Reinvention of H B”, in 1983, 1997 and 2011. I was 57, 71 and … Continue reading

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The Skill Of Being Flexible To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often. Winston Churchill Twenty five years ago in The Futurist Journal(Sept.-Oct. 1993), I introduced the word “flexpertise”, a term coined by Lewis Perelman in … Continue reading

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