Shifting Gears: Red Ink and Black Crayons – Drawing the Future at GM and Chrysler BY Wm. Roger Witherspoon

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Ed Welburn (left) was the picture of a man who was right where he always wanted to be The setting wasn’t spectacular. This was the 2010 New York Auto Show and General Motors, just climbing back from bankruptcy, did not splurge on space or amenities.  But there was Welburn, a quiet Black man whose bald pate was reflecting the overhead …

eHeziShifting Gears: Red Ink and Black Crayons – Drawing the Future at GM and Chrysler BY Wm. Roger Witherspoon

Ed Koch Commentary: The Chavez Handshake, Cuba, and the Release of the Torture Memos By Edward I. Koch

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President Obama appears to be moving aggressively to make needed changes that were blocked or ignored by the Bush administration.  More power to him, as they say.  Yet, I find it inexplicable that, while seeming to move in new directions in foreign policy and in energy, education and health, he has so far failed to change two major misjudgments of …

eHeziEd Koch Commentary: The Chavez Handshake, Cuba, and the Release of the Torture Memos By Edward I. Koch