First the suggestion that Ron Paul had more money than McCain, and now this: McCain loses top advisers by Mike DorningRepublican presidential candidate John McCain’s two top campaign advisers departed today, a […]
I'm not interested in facts. I'm interested in truth.
Every once in a while stray facts and rumors collide in a way that causes my antennae to twitch. Sometimes it’s nothing, but sometimes it’s not. In any case, I like to […]
My fellow Scrogues and I have been talking about the Political Compass and sharing scores and insights (and complaints) today. On the whole, the compass a great tool for helping us think […]
I’ve written recently about some generational issues facing companies – most notably the “macro-succession crisis” that I suspect very few corporations have even thought about in meaningful detail. In that post I […]
Welcome to the first installment of Taking Out the Trash, a new feature where I pander to the lowest common denominator and wallow shamelessly in the seething much that is our popular […]
We were afraid long before 9/11. As so many have observed, fear causes us to trade freedom for security, real or perceived. Fear makes us sheep, a lesson that’s not lost on […]
It’s time for America to get serious about declaring its independence from the Bush administration. Keith Olbermann’s special comment last night says it all.
We were recently honored by BlueBloggin and BlogActive, both of which bestowed Thinking Blogger Awards on Scholars & Rogues. It’s an honor to be thought well of, especially by two such outstanding […]
I’m trying to imagine how this leads to anything productive, but it’s nonetheless an interesting move. Judiciary Committee Schedules Hearing on Use and Misuse of Presidential Clemency Power July 3rd, 2007 by […]
High-profile K Street lobbyist Fred Thompson, who’s in the process of ramping up a run for the White House, today provided a glimpse of the respect with which his administration would display […]