Category: Politics

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Black, White or Gray?


When you look at the world, do you see black, white or gray? Seems pretty black and white to me – it’s gray. Whenever we get together with family, friends or colleagues, inevitably, we talk about current events. And when we talk about current events, we temporarily lose the ability to see the gray. It’s […]

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Humor, Leadership and the White House Correspondents Dinner

Ron’s latest Huffington Post Blog: “I’m not the strapping young Muslim socialist that I used to be.” — Barack Obama “One of my favorite quotations about age comes from Thomas Jefferson. He said that we should never judge a president by his age, only by his work. And ever since he told me that…” — Ronald Reagan […]

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Humor in the White House…Correspondants Dinner

The annual presidential comedy excursion took place this weekend.  Both President Obama and comedian Jimmy Kimmel did a great job entertaining the audience of media representatives, politicians, and celebrities.  Below are videos of both doing their shtick.  Notice the clever way they used current events and personal shortcomings to poke fun of each other and the state […]

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At Least Obama Tried to Be Funny

During last night’s State of the Union speech, President Obama told a very bad joke.  Personally, I like very bad jokes but I am always prepared with a recovery line if my audience agrees that it’s a very bad joke.  Here’s Obama’s line: “I’ve ordered every federal agency to eliminate rules that don’t make sense. […]

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