|Fit to be bow tied|
It seems not a week goes by that I don't read an upsetting tale of bullying occurring somewhere in the world, from the Land of the Rising Sun to the Land of Opportunity.
This week's Japan Times opinion section serves up a whale of a tale on bullying penned by conservative columnist George Will. Suggesting that the best way to beat the problem is from the top down, Will's article focuses on perhaps the ultimate form of bullying, the abuse of governmental power.
The top is always a good place to start cutting big problems down to size and Will's op-ed, "Bullying Begins at the Top of the U.S. Food Chain," offers some food for thought to anyone concerned about abuses of power both big and small.
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