You are not alone. I wish you strength and courage to remember who you are in the days ahead and in this spirit be remembered for being the best Alexander Emmanuel Rodriguez you can be.
When I first met President George H. W. Bush six years ago, I was struck by three things: his deeply felt sense that a meaningful life must include service to others, his gracious humility and the fact that he ordered dessert at lunch and encouraged all present to do the same.
Worrying about decisions you don't have to make yet creates an anxiety-producing talk track in your head. It impedes your performance because it distracts you from being fully present and it has a chilling effect on others.
"I'm just an angry old man, hurting for my son." -- former President George H.W. Bush, from his upcoming autobiography. Unfortunately, George W. Bush chose to run for President of the United States.
Education beat writers demonstrate the same excellence as other journalists. The problem is Op Ed columnists and other writers who seem to know no more about schools than what they hear at cocktail parties.
The past decade has witnessed an explosion of new ways to look at how we humans make decisions.
Being unconscious about some things is a good strategy, it frees up your brain for more important decisions. But if you're unconscious about everything, you wind up letting other people script your entire life.
Mitt Romney has been anything but strong and full of conviction, particularly in the area where these vaunted attributes matter most: foreign policy.
I, God, want to be a better listener, but sometimes I get so busy I can't tell the OMG in a prayer for help from the OMG in an orgasm. Makes for some awkward visitations.
About a week ago, I stopped by my local Costco. Once in, I noticed George Dubya lying flat on his back atop a pile of other George Dubyas. Not wanting...
Why would a Liberal Democrat who opposed the Iraq War and most other policies of President George W. Bush read his new book, Decision Points? The ans...
What happens when a great nation -- and this is a great nation -- elects a ruler who is not up to the task of being president? The answer is to be found in George W. Bush's memoirs, Decision Points.
I am often asked whether I saw the possibility that George Bush might be president someday when we were friends at Yale. The quick answer, as my 12-year-old would say, is "not."
It's impossible to reason with the Tea Baggers. They just lurch from rally to rally muttering about "lower taxes" and "brains." And don't get 'em started on Obama.
Thanksgiving is a time of togetherness, and gratitude. I'm grateful that the "Bush Years" came to an end in January 2009, and a president took over wh...