Monthly Archives: November 2010

WikiLeaks and the diplomatic fiasco

There are the obvious dangerous downsides to the WIKILEAK’S fiasco,however, there is also something  satisfying about the free flow of unvarnished truth that characterizes the WikiLeaks matter. Not in generations has the World been exposed to the ala carte of raw facts which comprises the  … Continue reading

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Leave the Tax Rates Alone

  As the lame duck session of Congress moves forward the number one issue is whether to continue the Bush tax cuts beyond 2010. In the current economic environment periled by deep unemployment,  stubborn housing market reports and low growth, any tax … Continue reading

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Sweeping political changes across America

I  watched with anticipation on November 2, 2010, Election Day, waiting for the amazing news about Republican victories across the nation.  It was clear early on in the evening that the PEOPLE were determined and aroused to effect a major change in the direction that … Continue reading

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