Rand Paul In California | New York Observer

Business Leaders as the Authors of the Future

This year, however, the Republican candidate, with less than two months before the election andstill a relative unknown, trailsthe Democratic incumbent by 21 points . While it is extremely likely that any Republican presidential candidate could win California in the 2016 election, even forcing the Democrats to spend resources to hold the state would be a strategic gain for the GOP. Similarly, if Democratic Senator Barbara Boxer does not seek a fifth term in 2016, winning that seat would be a very significant Republican pickup. It is in this contextthatthe Republican Party of California held itsconvention this weekend, and in which Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) made the keynote speech. Senator Pauls speech was significant not because it laid out the usual mix of opinions thathave made the Kentuckian one of the most interesting politicians in Washington. As expected, he gave a strong critique of government surveillance, What you say or do on your cellphone is none of the governments damn business, but also echoed conservative talking points about Benghazi, I think she (Hillary Clinton) had a 3 a.m.
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Executive genius is a kind of literary genius. A leader sees possible futures; their decisions create the future. When one uses their insight to envision the world in story form, one can sense how a corporations desire will rub against the worlds antagonisms before this friction sets events on fire. Story gives foresight to see the consequences of future events long before they happen. A leader prepares for change no matter how illogical its cause. In fact, sensitivity to irrational change is quintessentially rational.
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