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FEC Democrat pushes for controls on Internet political speech
White House pool reporters test own news distribution system
Obama nixed SNL sketch about jihad hijacking and racial profiling
The government wants to study ‘social pollution’ on Twitter
Nevada school knew 13-year-old was being bullied before suicide, didn’t tell girl’s parents: lawsuit
Massachusetts Parents Angry To Find Out That Islam Is Part of School Curriculum
A New Start for Newark Schools
Steyn: One Person Can Change Everything and ‘I Like Ted Cruz’
3 responses to “Free Speech, Election ’14, Jihad in North America & More”
Radical Unschooling and Peaceful Parenting with Dayna Martin
The Leadership Crisis and the Free Market Cure:
Why the Future of Business Depends on the
Return to Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness
The highly anticipated follow up to The Financial Crisis and the Free Market Cure—the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Washington Post bestseller
The Leadership Crisis and the Free Market Cure reveals the integrated principles he sees as critical to the success of any leader–all of which are modern day reflections of the American Founders’ concept of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. John Allison believes many of the problems in our economy are the direct result of leaders who have lost a sense of purpose in themselves and in their organization.
Basing his conclusions on libertarian and Objectivist philosophy, Allison describes the values today’s leaders must follow, which should guide decision making at the individual, corporate, and public policy level. He shares his real-world experience growing BB&T into the tenth largest financial services holding company in the U.S.
John Allison is the author of The Financial Crisis and the Free Market Cure, CEO of the Cato Institute, and retired Chairman and CEO of BB&T Corporation.
What happened to the John Allison interview?
interviewed by Harvard Law Professor Lawrence Lessing (10/20/14)