Super Cities №230—American Carnage
In the world of ascendent demagogues, love is not the best response to hate. Unshakable, widespread moral clarity is.
Super Cities №225—Get it Together, America
Six companies distributed 56 billion opioid pills between 2006 and 2012. 47,000 Americans died of an opioid overdose in 2017.
Super Cities №128 - What Is The Role Of A Company?
American capitalism is a sick giant.
Super Cities №70 — Chaos is Easy. Progress is Hard.
Building a house, or community, or company is hard work. It takes focus, creativity, and endurance. It requires strategy, execution, and salesmanship.
Super Cities №69 — How Democracy Works
We cannot invoke change on our own, but we can make our voices heard, something we fully intend to do … Our voices will not fade, nor will we disappear from the conversation.
Super Cities №60–7 Leadership Lessons from George Washington
In our twisted time, leaders reward short-term productivity but not long-term principle.
Super Cities №58 — Data Don’t Lie: The Enlightenment is Working
In the age of #fakenews, it is difficult to focus on ground truth. **But the world is unambiguously improving.**
Super Cities №56 — Innovation in War and Policy
Politicians established the foundational principles of American war and peace at a time when people traveled on horseback, lit their homes with candles, and sent information via courier.
Super Cities №51 — How Strong Industry Drives Smart Statecraft
In less than thirteen years, American crude production increased by 2.5x.
Super Cities №42 — You Are Not Safe
One of my 2018 resolutions is to communicate more clearly, so here you go: you(r data) are not safe, digitally.