Mixed messages

Barack Obama and the economy still hold full rein over the nation’s headlines. The most recent item of note being AIG continuing to use taxpayers money to fund their bonuses. I believe that I read somewhere that the government was looking at AIG from a criminal action perspective (I think I read it or it […]
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Was I off my meds?

Wait a minute. While in a computer store looking over a Mac, I logged onto Yahoo and saw a story about UK prime minister Gordon Brown saying that the UK will recognize Hezbollah and a Lebanese Shi’ite movement, both of which were regarded by Britain as ‘terrorist’ organizations. This was a ‘Whoa’ moment for me […]
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Steele and the Republican Party – a Match Made in PR Heaven

Some people are surprised by the Republican Party’s choice of an African American as national chairman. The Republican Party traditionally opposes programs that might benefit minorities, and – at least in some parts of the country, such as Central Florida where I happen to live – white people traditionally vote Republican, while minorities almost unanimously […]
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Of Obsessions, Habits and Addictions

In my last blog, I said that greed has become so much of an addiction with Americans, it is impossible to see them kicking the economic habit . That thought caused me to briefly look at American’s habits, addictions and obsessions, and see how they deal with them, and how many are broken. In general, […]
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