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This passage of news made me shudder:“The White House is discussing easing social-distancing guidelines as early as next week amid a broader debate over how much economic loss the country can bear to save an unknowable number

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Justice in Peri

                  Years ago, I sued a former associate for stealing and appropriating my intellectual property. We went to court. After two hundred thousand dollars in legal fees, I lost on a technicality. I protested, where

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To have a decision that will be implemented as desired, we need a complete decision. A complete decision is one that answers the five questions that it is imperative to ask.     The imperatives are: why, what, how, who, and by when.     Leaving one or more imperatives out confuses delegation

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Life is never smooth and free of troubles. Life is change, and change produces new challenges one needs to address. To address them, one needs to make decisions in situations of uncertainty, and the implementation of such decisions is risky. Thus, change spells: problems. So? I, for one, have

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  Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu of Israel controlled the executive branch to the point that the most important ministerial roles he took for himself. He is accused of bribing the media to support him politically and is trying to control the

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The right to bear arms, which is a constitutional right, was designed to grant people the right to oppose an oppressive government. I suggest that while this reasoning might have been legitimate when it was written into the Constitution,

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