Monthly Archives: March 2008

Who are we?–Mixed Race in America–Letter to NY Times

  Your article on mixed race is timely and in good taste.   Being of mixed race or being biracial is a phenomenon that is occurring with much greater frequency in today’s society, and one’s identification has become as much psychological as it is genetic. … Continue reading

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McCain’s Campaign–Post in LV Review-Journal

Bob Jack wrote on March 29, 2008 04:59 PM: I think that Herb is right on the money with his comments. Further,Hillary Clinton will hang on to the bitter end, pointing her finger in everyone’s face,but she is a goner. … Continue reading

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Obama’s Reverened Cancels Appearances–Letter to LV Review-Journal

  The cancellation of an award ceremony and speeches by Reverend Wright is a function of two probable causes. First, the nation is tired of the inflammatory liberation theology, anti American, bigoted messages of this man. Second, Reverend Wright’s messages are militating … Continue reading

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McCains Foreign Policy Speech in Loa Angeles–Letter to NY Times

  I listened to Senator McCain’s speech today in Los Angeles. He rang refreshing tones regarding foreign policy. I am absolutely in support of his policies for Iraq and Afghanistan, and in his strong support for defeating radical Islamic extremism.  He … Continue reading

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Motorola’s Reorganization No Panacea–Letter to NY Times

  Motorola’s reasons for splitting in this way appear to make some sense. Nevertheless, the giant company,like many other United States business firms, are neglecting a treasure in their approach to management.   What American business must recognize is the significant lapse in … Continue reading

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Mc Cain’s Mortgage Policies Refreshing Change–Letter to LA Times

Senator McCain’s reaction to the mortgage crisis was pointed, principled, and refreshing. It is time that one of the candidates held someone other than the lenders accountable for this fiasco. Too many buyers acted irresponsibly by buying houses they could not afford, on … Continue reading

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John McCain Mortgage Policy Makes Sense–Letter to NY Times

  Finally, Senator John McCain brings a voice of reason to the mortgage and housing crisis. Rather than bail out those homeowners who acted irresponsibly, the Senator says to hold them accountable for their poor decisions. This position is much more sensible than … Continue reading

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