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Ralph Benko
Ralph Benko
Ralph Benko, a principal of Capital City Partners of Washington, DC, is the author of The Websters' Dictionary: How to Use the Web to Transform the World.

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Jan. 17, 2011 1:59 pm
The Tucson Massacre dominated the political discourse in America. That is a symptom of a preoccupation with politics that narrows our possibilities as a society to renew the American spirit, society and culture. There is an axiom on the Left: “The personal is political.” This is a phrase made famous by radical feminist Carol Hanisch in a 1969 essay. It is famous because it presents, vividly,...  Read More
Jan. 7, 2011 12:20 pm
One might think that our political elite would catch a clue regarding prosperity as one of one of the key sources of Happiness, of the three key missions in America’s original charter along with Life and Liberty. But the appeal of prosperity is inexplicably difficult for our ruling elites to understand — even for the GOP. But a pro-growth wing now is beginning to reassemble inside the Republican...  Read More
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