JANUARY 23, 2021 ON PUBLICISTS (But Just Kidding) The sophist industry appears to be thriving. Some unreal and imaginative, hypothetical examples: No, Mark, you do not want to have our beauticians fashion a new hairstyle for you. That haircut makes you look like an innocent seven-year old and is one of the reasons you […]
JANUARY 24, 2010 ON AGE AND POLITICAL LEADERSHIP In stores and on the highways, people become impatient with folks my age. Some people think we older folks take too long making decisions and should stay at home, letting younger people handle things, especially left turns as the light turns red. Some of us stay […]
FEBRUARY 14, 2021 ON FASHIONING PUBLIC OPINION Naïve people think truth is what counts. They are wrong, however, for it is not truth that matters it is which narrative (true or false) the public accepts.
FEBRUARY 13, 2021 ON COVID VACCINE AVAILABILITY Ok, You are chief operations officer of a large, well dispersed hospital in a major city with serious numbers of […]
A hospital with a number of subsidiary hospitals located in the region, all with interlocking boards of directors, pays its main hospital’s CEO $6,000,000 per year and the CEO of one of the smaller hospitals $2,000,000 per year — when my research assistant last looked.