I believe Ambassador Haley's place in American history should be more prominent. For a man who made American history six times, Ambassador Haley never spoke of his accomplishments or the past preferring to concentrate on the future.
I once read an advertising executive refer to her full-service agency as having a separate division of "creatives" on staff. Whom were these "creatives," I wondered, that the executive had referred to so pretentiously?
You know how sometimes you notice something and realize that the universe is sending you a message: 'This is the future -- the world as you know is finished.'? That happened to me last Saturday on a visit to Manhattan.