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Letter to editor-May 31

| June 1, 2013 | 1 Comment
Letter to editor-May 31

  We continue to see the decay of our national infrastructure. Another bridge collapse. This time, in the State of Washington. The chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board was quoted as staying this should be a “wake-up call.” Our economy continue to be teetering. The masses are in a quandary of uncertainty. Think for [...]

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My Different Thought on Obamacare

| May 16, 2013 | 0 Comments
My Different Thought on Obamacare

Is it in the best interest of the nation to help people be more productive? After all isn’t it spelled out in the preamble of the Constitution concerning governments role- “to promote the general Welfare.” Does quality healthcare promote the general welfare? Does it help improve productivity in the individual? What about Obamacare? People heartily [...]

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City of My Youth

| April 24, 2013 | 0 Comments
City of My Youth

I was born and raised in the Motor City. Detroit was a booming place back in the 50’s and 60’s and I always felt safe in my neighborhood. It was a time the entire nation prospered because we understood the true wealth of a nation. The industry of the “Automobile Capital of the World” resulted [...]

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Is the USA a Leader?

| April 17, 2013 | 0 Comments
Is the USA a Leader?

Remember the energy crisis of the early 1970’s with its long gas lines? We were all urged to conserve. I worked in a hospital at the time and I remember how we actually converted from plastic to older style stainless steel bed pans in order to save oil. The patients complained because the stainless steel [...]

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Natural Gas

| April 10, 2013 | 0 Comments
Natural Gas

America’s number one export is money. The world needs it for trade. Since the mid 70’s, nations around the globe needed US dollars to buy oil. Gold once backed the dollar, but when the United States stopped selling gold to holders of our dollars (at the rate of $35 an ounce back in 1971) the gold [...]

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Justice for All?

| April 3, 2013 | 0 Comments
Justice for All?

Our Constitution was established under The Rule of Law which means that no President, Senator, Corporation, or any other person is above the law. It was based on the problems with the oligarchy of England where the King or Queen was not subject to the same laws as common folk. Early Last month US Attorney [...]

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National Bank v. Central Bank

| March 27, 2013 | 0 Comments
National Bank v. Central Bank

Your dollar bill is a Federal Reserve Note. The Federal Reserve Bank (the Fed) is the centralbank of the United States created by Congress back in 1913 to provide a stable monetary and financial system, but it is not a National Bank. It’s a private corporation that creates money (credit) which it lends to the [...]

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Glimmer of Hope

| March 20, 2013 | 0 Comments
Glimmer of Hope

As much as possible, I consider all sides of an argument; and, because of it, I’m often isolated because I don’t fit into any one group. So is the plight of the individualist thinker. The LaRouche movement is an interesting study because it overflows with economic history. Except for their long-held ideas of a British [...]

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More Money, Where’s the Gas

| March 13, 2013 | 0 Comments
More Money, Where’s the Gas

In 2002, the people voted to develop our natural gas resource. Our politicians responded with the establishment of Alaska Natural Gas Development Authority (ANGDA). Now, more than 10 years later we continue to wait on Juneau to take action. Every year, the gang in Juneau disburses money based on the needs and politics of local [...]

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Socialisn v Free Market Capitalism

| March 6, 2013 | 0 Comments
Socialisn v Free Market Capitalism

I have friends on both political sides. It seems to me they both ignore the “experts” from the other side. They only listen to the thought of those they perceive as experts. Both sides call each other names. Supporters of social programs are called Communist and those who support Free Market Capitalism are greedy corporatists. [...]

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