Bullies always think they can do whatever they want, and that people will meekly follow. It's the definition of what makes them bullies. But the thing is, reality has a way of punching you in the face if you're not looking at it.
Mitt Romney was not the problem for Republicans this year. In fact, he was the best candidate that Republicans had, by far. Seriously. Consider who was running for president in the Republican Party this year.
Its support of Wall Street, the banks and opposition to increasing taxes on the truly wealthy have caused the public to see the Republican Party as a protector of the rich. For them to continue with that philosophy would be one of their greatest continuing blunders.
If my own service as an Army officer taught me anything, it's this: you don't win the next battle by talking about the last one. You win it by digging deeper, pushing harder and sacrificing more, or else you don't win it at all.
I believe when you breach social norms and make yourself vulnerable, great things can happen. So when you're out and about this week stretch outside of your comfort zone to talk to a stranger. This is the time. Take New York City by storm.
As we come to the end of the campaign trail, there are bound to be some happy people and some less-than-pleased individuals when it comes to election outcomes. What can you do if you are disappointed with the results? Try these five tips to help you.
When it came to tackling the most important environmental issues of our age, President Obama's first term was a disappointment. He has a chance to salvage his legacy (and ours) in his second term. Here are the five places to start