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  • Great Leaders' teams move in same direction efficiently and effectivley.
    How Successful Leaders Lead: What Really Matters – Part 1
    This is the first of a six part series. I promise if you take the time to really look at your typical ways of responding and tweak what you do and reflect on why you do certain things you will enter the ranks of esteemed and beloved leaders.Sounds...
  • Law Enforcement
    LAW ENFORCEMENT APPRECIATION DAY IS FRIDAY JANUARY 9, 2015
    On January 9th, 2015, partnering organizations in support of law enforcement officers nationwidewill promote a National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day ( L .E.A.D.). In light of recent negativitydirected toward law enforcement nationally, there...
  • Bald eagle
    Irresponsible NRA causes lead poisoning in precious wild birds
    What does a small town in Maine, three dead eagles, and the NRA have in common? No; no one was shooting eagles in Maine, but they may as well have been.On a cold January day, the residents of Wilton Lake, Maine, saw a majestic bald eagle plummet...
  • Chemicals are all around us
    Our exposure to common household chemicals putting us at risk
    On Saturday, news sources released the findings of a recent report detailingthe dangers behind the use of common household products, some of them quite deadly.The independent toxicology report conducted on the body of the late Brittany Murphy...
  • 7 Plants that naturally remove lead from your soil
    7 Plants that naturally remove lead from your soil
    If you have soil that's been contaminated by lead, you know that it's probably not safe for vegetable gardening and it can also be a hazard to children and pets who play on your property.Many homeowners install raised garden beds and bring...
  • Duck Dynasty, Restoring Manhood to America
    Duck Dynasty, Restoring Manhood to America
    Men are called to lead, protect, and provide for their families. In the modern world, that is not always possible with the wife entering the work force, as well, due to preference or necessity.I didn’t care for the first Duck Dynasty I...
  • The best of dating: Let him lead
    The best of dating: Let him lead
    Do you feel your romantic relationship is stagnant? Are you frustrated and on the verge of breaking up?Then it's time to really evaluate why you feel this way.If you're the one scheduling the dates, calling to see how is doing but he isn&...
  • Cilantro (Coriandrum sativum).
    Wild cilantro is the water purifier of the future researchers claim
    Wild cilantro, also known as coriander and Thai parsley, may be the water purifier of the future for low income countries where cilantro grows wild in abundance according to research presented by Dr. Douglas Schauer from Ivy Tech Community College...
  • Jig ban passed in Florida
    Jig ban passed in Florida
    The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission voted unanimously to pass the jig ban. The Boca Grande jig issue has been hotly debated over the past few years.Tarpon were recently classified as Vulnerable to habitat loss and degradation,...
  • ammunition
    Dismissal of lead ammo lawsuit a major victory
    Yesterday’s dismissal of a federal lawsuit seeking a ban on ammunition containing “lead components” is a quiet but major victory for ammunition manufacturers, the firearms industry, hunters and recreational shooters, and in...
  • The Pondering Leader
    The pondering leader
    Thinking and reflecting of the lives of all leaders, and managers alongside pondering what a great leader is and all in which it requires; might make one reflect on a poem written by,Walt Whitman, ‘I celebrate myself, and sing myself, And...
  • Sherwin-Williams Harmony ero VOC paint
    Paint safely during green remodeling
    If you are considering remodeling your home and would like to do it the most green way possible, the first step should be to check for the presence of lead paint, especially if the house was built before 1978. Send some paint chips to be tested to...
  • Toxins in rice: arsenic and lead from soil and groundwater
    Lead & arsenic in rice grown all over the world
    A recent study reveals that unsafe amounts of lead are found in rice grown in Asia, Europe and South America. Minnesotans should eat rice in moderation to avoid ingesting toxic levels, and also beware of sources of rice.High amounts of arsenic is...
  • Connectivity
    The unselfish leader
    It is good for owners, managers, or any leader at times to ponder and think of the lives of all the great men and women of times-past. Some people find inspiration from nature, classical literature, or by watching a good biography on television...
  • President Obama examines Ford Escape plug in hybrid
    Report: electric cars make America dependent on foreign resources, services
    A March 25, 2013 story in Hot Air reports on a growing problem with American dependence on batteries to drive electric and hybrid cars. The justification for encouraging electric or hybrid vehicles is that they consume less gas which helps the...