All posts tagged Jay Bildstein
Former Congressman Bob Ney Speaks Candidly about His Conviction, Congress, Corruption and His New Book, Sideswiped: Lessons Learned Courtesy of the Hit Men of Capitol Hill
Though it has been at least seven years since the scandal involving high powered lobbyist Jack Abramoff shook Washington, D.C., there are still pieces to the story being revealed. There seems to be a consensus in America that today’s political leadership leaves a lot to be desired. Many believe there is an unhealthy mix of lobbyists and money with self-interested politicians all too open to being influenced on issues based on who curries favor with them.
Former Republican Congressman and House Administration Committee Chairman Bob Ney of Ohio was entangled in the Abramoff lobbying scandal and ended up serving 17 months in prison. In his new book, Sideswiped: Lessons Learned Courtesy of the Hit Men of Capitol Hill the former Congressman offers a candid portrayal of the conflicts of interest and corruption currently damaging America’s political system.
We live in an age of smartphones and smart televisions. These devices are not actually smart. They simply have an extended array of abilities. They are just tools.
Do you have personal standards? “What do I mean?” you ask. Okay. Do you weigh yourself daily or weekly? If you do, what is the number you want to see
We all have aspirations. Most of us would like to live in a nice home in a good neighborhood. We would like to own a reliable car
Good things happen all the time. The trouble is that we tend to remember and focus on the bad times more than the good. This is not a
Technology’s impact on our lives is increasing. Technology begets more technology. Some people mistake this for progress. However, as I have mentioned so many times before, technological innovation
We have all heard the question, more than once, “Which came first, the chicken or the egg?” I will avoid evolutionary biology and not attempt to posit an
We all have a part of us that just does not seem to fit in with the rest of society. For some of us this part of our
The other day I was watching a lecture online. It was a video of the first class in an introductory course on computer science, given at a prestigious
The State of the American Brain: Psychotherapist Dr. Robi Ludwig and Neurobiologist Dr. Kristen Willeumier Join Us for a Compelling Roundtable Discussion
Welcome to a special CYInterview segment. We are proud to bring you an important roundtable discussion entitled, “The State of the American Brain.” Technology grows at a dizzying pace.