Photograph Showing Col McKAY’s father, C. E. McKAY, with the Gold Dredging Company Natoma in Folsom, California, circa 1937. Col McKAY’s letter-to-the editor of “The Folsom Telegraph”, commenting on the photograph.

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  Originally Posted in the Folsom Telegraph (April 19, 2018) Reader Input A familiar face in Vintage Folsom Dear Editor, With justifies pride and pleasant interest I sighted the “Vintage Folsom” column(“The old Natoma Company”) in the May 19, 2018, … Continued

Letter to the Editor WSJ under the heading “Waterboarding, Results and National Morals”

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Published in The Wall Street Journal (print edition), December 18, 2016, under the heading “Waterboarding, Results and National Morals” – Letters to the Editor (WSJ As a Marine Corps infantry officer in Vietnam, and while in Sarajevo as a NATO officer … Continued

The Case for Strong Alliances

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as previously published at The Unquiet Frontier: Rising Rivals, Vulnerable Allies, and the Crisis of American Power, Jakub J. Grygiel and A. Wess Mitchell, Princeton, 240 pages By John C. McKay • July 27, 2016 As November draws near, … Continued

Leadership in the Workplace

Leadership presentation to mid-level managers of Berkshire Hathaway, Drysdale Properties, at the Pleasanton North Rotary Club, Pleasanton, California, on January 16, 2015. Demonstrates how the insights of Sir Winston Churchill coupled with leadership traits and principles apply in an increasingly … Continued