Obama’s Four Year Vacation

    Context matters, and one man’s big picture is just another man’s tiny slice of life. For most of us, the Office of the Presidency is a context in and of itself, the most powerful position in the free world. Our current president, however, believes the position is his rightful reward for a previous job well done. In the context of his own experience, it’s easy | Read More »

    Jumping Out of Foxholes

    Does anyone ever read Jerry Flint? He’s an old-fashioned “car guy” who has been writing about the auto industry for nearly 50 years now, and he once wrote a column for Forbes about Detroit’s lack of leadership. And he said there are some guys you just know are solid, hard-core leaders. His example was Bob Lutz, who now is a vice chairman at GM. Lutz | Read More »