decision-making

 
 

Obama’s Lean, Mean Military Machine

Even President Barack Obama’s most ardent detractors would have to admit; the Obama administration’s record of military success is a tough record to detract from; not that they haven’t tried.

 

I'm in...volunteering for our president

Saturday, I donated a couple hours of my time to Organizing for America, Pres. Obama’s grassroots volunteer movement for his re-election. I’ve been to several of these meetings, where I take photos and blog, at the request of OFA leaders.

 

Equality in America for Gay People: Marrying the One You Love

I am certain that over the course of America’s history there have been many visionaries, those who could look into the future of this great land and see the bustling growth of a nation and the opportunities and possibilities that it presented.

 

Final Iowa Debate Leaves GOP Contest Unsettled

The Republican presidential hopefuls gathered again last night for their final debate before the Iowa caucuses.

 

The mysteries of Government Policy

The government, and all bureaucracies, need policies that provide a solid base on which to carry out the long-winded decision-making process, however, having clear and concise policies would conflict with the paradigm of delaying decisions.

 

The Underlying Philosophy of Government

There have been many great thinkers that have spent years studying government and how it should work. These individuals are often overlooked when critiquing government, but they provide important insights into how bureaucratic systems work.

 

The 5 Paradigms of Government

The mysteries of government processes have often confused those not privileged to work within these well-developed structures. Now this is all about to change. A secret file, discovered by when it was left on train last week, outlines the five paradigms by which all governments are run.