Monthly Archives: June 2010

TIME FOR CHANGES IN RALEIGH

As we approach the 2010 Mid- Term elections on the Federal level. We cannot forget the situation in Raleigh with the entire North Carolina State Government in Democratic hands. It is time to reflect what the Party in power had promised and then actually implemented.   … Continue reading

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MCCHRYSTAL AND OBAMA

President Obama was absolutely correct in accepting the resignation of General McChrystal. Continue reading

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THE MID-TERM ELECTIONS AND THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY

There is a disturbing pattern developing in Congress and the Administration to put off all difficult decisions until after mid- term elections. In short, do nothing that will offend voters in their base until after the elections. Continue reading

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POLITICS AND THE WAR ON TERROR

In my opinion the worst action or inaction a leader can take is one based on politics. Couple that to an issue involving “The War on Terror”, and you risk peoples lives for political gain. Continue reading

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Detention Center or Club Med ?

This weekend the US Government, which has contracts with private corporations to run Detention Centers for Illegal Aliens, is considering changes to the social aspects of the detention center. These private corporations and ICE ( Immigration Customs Enforcement) are planning changes that might make your blood boil Continue reading

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Liberals Blaming President Bush

I just finished reading a newspaper column that started out complaining how President Obama’ speech on the Oil spill was most disappointing. Within several paragraphs she managed to shift the blame on most of the issues to President Bush. He of course was blame for the wars, the deficit and the banking crisis. Continue reading

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Thoughts on the US and BP Meeting

Finally after almost two months the US government has sat down with the leadership of BP. Continue reading

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