Mitt’s Stupid (and Ironic) Dig at the President

I wouldn’t mention the current crop of losers who hope to run against President Obama next year if something one of them said didn’t tickle my funny bone so much that I just have to share it. Here is the Huffington Post report, verbatim, so you don’t think I’m making it up: WASHINGTON — Former […]
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Stella Industries: Chic Mini Fashions for Girls

For those shoppers among us please see below these deals as seen on people: Stella Industries: Chic Mini Fashions for Girls Courtesy Stella Industries Ever wonder where some of Hollywood’s pint-size fashion darlings like Suri Cruise and Nahla Aubry get their adorable duds? Then, check out children’s clothing line Stella Industries. Founded by L.A-based designer Ary […]
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Thinking of Those Who Go “Slogging Through Hell”

On this Memorial Day here in the United States, I sit in my quiet den and ponder the savagery of war. Images of battle-ready kids march through my mind, some to their deaths, others to a future without one or more of their limbs, or blind, maimed, mutilated… They’re marching in Afghanistan and – still […]
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The Grand Plan is Simple – and Very, Very Profitable

Watching a panel of financial experts on television last night, I had one of those flashes I get occasionally, when the veil is lifted and I see what’s really going on. And, no, I wasn’t stoned. The names of the panelists don’t matter. They could’ve been any of the bigwigs that run or monitor the […]
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When They Insist That Your Eyes Are Deceiving You

When we lived in Bull Savannah, Renel, the yard boy, (do they still have yard boys in Jamaica?) used to play his guitar in the twilight and sing for us children. One of his favorites went something like this: One Saturday night when I come home, drunk as drunk can be, I saw a horse […]
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Two-day NACAC meet begins today

The NACAC Combined Events Championships answers the gun today at the new Usain Bolt Track at the Mona Campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI). The two-day event, which ends tomorrow, will see athletes from host Jamaica, Canada, Puerto Rico, El Salvador, Honduras, Mexico, USA, Bermuda, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Martinique, Dominican Republic, Nigeria […]
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Why Farm Subsidies May be on the Chopping Block

  The way I see it, nothing is more important than food. So I can understand why President Franklin D. Roosevelt introduced government subsidies to farmers back in the 1930s. Like so many government policies that are around today, it was supposed to be a temporary measure. The objective was to bail out American farm […]
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