VITAL SPEECHES OF RECENT WEEKS
"Three messages about the new COVID variant that I want the American people to hear."
Energy companies need a seat at the table. But if we want that seat—we have to earn it.
"We do not want that dreaded death sentence. And we have come here today to say, 'Try harder. Try harder.'"
On the making—and the lasting impact—of one of the first viral YouTube speeches.
"Man and Nature need to coexist in harmony. When we take care to protect Nature, Nature rewards us generously; when we exploit Nature ruthlessly, it punishes us without mercy."
Communicators must expand the definition of their work, take a much more rigorous intellectual approach, and allow a deeper connection between their work and their souls.
"Today the UN is like a retired superhero who has forgotten what he could do. He considers himself a burden, a weak, frail, useless old man, whose life was in vain."
"My name is Beth from Electronics, I've been working at Walmart for almost five years, and I can say that everyone here is overworked and underpaid."
"This is not mere nostalgia, it is the truest version of ourselves. It is what we have been, and what we can be again."
"We no longer had a clear purpose in an open-ended mission in Afghanistan. After 20 years of war in Afghanistan, I refused to send another generation of America’s sons and daughters to fight a war that should have ended long ago."