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William Tarbush: A Christian, student Working on being more active in my world.
William Tarbush: A Christian, student Working on being more active in my world.

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Rape of Nanking
I am listening to Jocko Willink's podcast on the Rape of Nanking (via iTunes). Terrible things occur there, but everyone is so caught up on the Nazi references that they do not think of Imperial Japan. As a right-wing person, I have been called a Nazi many ...

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Goals and targets
I picked up SUCCESS Magazine with the Jocko Willink cover today. I was excited about it. I know there are some errors, that Jocko has worked on fixing . I am looking forward to reading it.  The primary thing is to stay disciplined. I am waiting on my disser...

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Ethics in studies
I plan on going out to recruit for my dissertation study tomorrow. It is difficult. Here's why? Recruiting can be seen as leading to bias. Especially if I actually meet the people I will by studying. The Institutional Review Board at my university sees that...

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Genghis Khan
I recently read Jack Weatherford's Genghis Khan and the Quest for God and Genghis Khan and the Making of the Modern World . Weatherford points out Genghis Khan out for his own contribution to religious freedom. Also, his dynasty has a long reach. First, man...

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Enchantment
I just finished reading Enchantment by Guy Kawasaki.  Great book. The first parts are how to grow your brand. The second (non-divided) part is on technology and how to leverage it to grow a personal or business brand. The last part is like a 48 Laws of Powe...

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Airpower on the wane?
I just read Martin Van Creveld's The Age of Airpower . It is an excellent history of airships, airplanes, and helicopters. It walks one from early manned airpower (from the Wrights) to today just after the Iraq surge. I am not ready to give Van Creveld the ...

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Freedman's Strategy: A History
I highly recommend Sir Lawrence Freedman's Strategy: A History . It debates what strategy is, exactly, by moving from game theory, business, and war studies. It does this in a lengthy 630 page treatise, but does not stay away from Foucault and Pareto's cont...
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