Trump’s Latest Tweeting Incidents

Historically, our President has been a public and diplomatic figure that represents the United States in all affairs with a degree of professionalism and respect. Of course, each President comes with a given degree of controversy, but generally they simultaneously act with a degree of conscientiousness and respect. Trump has transformed this role-- on many … Continue reading Trump’s Latest Tweeting Incidents


Toilet Troubles

Let’s talk about toilets. Toilet talk has been a historically taboo subject. Each one of us uses the toilet many times a day, and we take such a luxury for granted. We are conditioned to believe that this routine is a right, perhaps even an inconvenience. Regardless, we certainly do not go to the toilet … Continue reading Toilet Troubles

Op-Ed: More Guns Won’t Solve Anything

You can’t fight fire with fire, and you certainly cannot solve America’s shooting epidemic by adding more guns. This realization contrasts President Trump’s response to the tragic anti-Semitic shooting in Pittsburgh last Friday. Trump suggested that the attack could have been prevented; “if they had protection inside, maybe it could have been a different situation.” … Continue reading Op-Ed: More Guns Won’t Solve Anything

The Death of Jamal Khashoggi and The Business World’s Leadership

Jamal Khashoggi is a dissident Saudi Arabian journalist who was reported missing two weeks ago. Although numerous investigations are still ongoing, it is clear that Khashoggi was murdered inside the Saudi Arabian embassy in Istanbul. Of utmost concern is evidence revealing the Saudi Crown Mohammed bin Salman’s (MBS’s) responsibility for the the tragedy. MBS’s role … Continue reading The Death of Jamal Khashoggi and The Business World’s Leadership

Female Leadership and Corporate Performance

Female Leadership and Corporate Performance Tokens and Trophies or Key Power Players? The role of women in corporate America is a complex, evolving, and pressing conversation. Women constitute over half of the population in the United States and fulfill 52 percent of professional jobs today. Yet, they make up only 16.9 percent of Fortune 500 … Continue reading Female Leadership and Corporate Performance