Monthly Archives: August 2011

Downsize Congress – An Intriguing Thought

If this is your first visit to the website, please see Welcome above. I rarely pass along emails because we’re all busy, have a full Inbox, and so many emails are rants or just plaine silly, but this one is … Continue reading

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More Reasons for Optimism

Here are two sets of (relatively) young people who are already making the world a better place.  The first are returning veterans of the Mideast wars, and the second are college entrepreneurs.  These people are not waiting for someone to … Continue reading

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Environmental Protection and Common Sense

If this is your first visit to the site, please check out the Welcome above. Applying bad science and/or pure politics to environmental problems doesn’t provide the solutions we need to make this country a better place for our Grandchildren. … Continue reading

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Why the Suit Against Boeing is Bad for America

If this is your first visit to the website, please see Welcome above.  It’s critical for our Grandchildren’s future that labor and the NLRB recognize America is now competing in the 21st century global economy.  I’ve been following the suit … Continue reading

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Debt Ceiling Crisis Averted – YAWN

If this is your first visit to the website, please view the Welcome above. Yes the debt ceiling crisis was important, but here are my reasons for being underwhelmed:  1-      We all expected Congress to battle this one out until the … Continue reading

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