Monthly Archives: September 2011

Greenhouse Gasses, Nuclear Waste, and Backroom Politics

If this is you first visit to the website, please see Welcome above. Is cancelling the Yucca Mt. Nuclear Waste Repository the most egregious act of backroom politics by this administration?   You decide. Main Points We have been studying where … Continue reading

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My Two Cents on Taxes

If this is your first visit to the website, please check out the Welcome above. Creating a fair and workable tax system is one way we can leave a better America to our Grandchildren.   The question of, “What’s a Fair … Continue reading

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Longshoremen Hooliganism Hurts All Unions

The September 9, Wall Street Journal included the article, Union Fight  Closes Two Pacific Ports.   The ILWU resorted to old school hooliganism when they lost the court battle to represent the workers at a new facility in Longview, WA. (the … Continue reading

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Boomers, Have We Lost Our Idealism?

If this is your first visit to the website, please see Welcome above. Previously I blogged about college entrepreneurs and returning vets who are doing great things, starting businesses and not-for-profits.  These demonstrate how alive and well the American Spirit … Continue reading

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Some Blog Sites Worth Visiting

If it’s your first visit to this site, please see Welcome above. In trying to follow some Samual Johnson wisdom, “Never trust a man who writes more than he reads.” I was checking out some other websites.  I found three … Continue reading

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