Lessons from the Ferguson verdict — from a middle-class white guy

I’ve watched the proceedings in Ferguson, Missouri, since August. I watched on Monday night as the Ferguson crowd rioted, set police cars on fire, set buildings on fire, fired shots at police, threw bottles and stones at police, and attacked small businesses. And to me, the lessons of Ferguson are crystal clear.

Obama is no Derek Jeter

Derek Jeter never bragged. He never used words like “I.” He gave credit to others for his achievements. He never demeaned or denigrated others. He always made the people around him feel better. He always played like a gentleman- never cheating or trying to gain unfair advantage (which is why Jeter is beloved by even his opponents). He refused to accept defeat. He therefore made the people around him better. Now let’s compare Derek Jeter’s attributes to President Obama’s leadership skills and attributes.

How To Save America And Create 20 Million Jobs Instantly

I have a plan for the Republican Party — if the Republicans want to win elections by a landslide, if they want to save the economy and if they want to create 20 million middle-class jobs almost overnight. If only the GOP would listen, we could turn around this terrible economy, save the middle class and return America to greatness.