Monthly Archives: February 2011

Is Cinderella really going to get to the ball this time or is reforming the Health Care Bill just an out of reach fantasy?

          President Obama met and spoke today with the National Governor’s Association. As an olive branch towards being cooperative and bipartisan, Pres. Obama, said,“Instead of refighting the battles of the last two years (on Health Care), let’s fix what needs … Continue reading

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Something to Watch Before Taking a Stand Against Scott Walker in Wisconsin

I found myself in the rather fortuitous situation on my flight yesterday of being captive on board and needing a distraction from the turbulence. The movie being shown going across country yesterday was, Waiting for Superman. A documentary about the … Continue reading

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Vacation…

At the airport, on my way out to California to visit my favorite anarchist and chef, respectively:)

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Food for thought…

So I guess the horrible nickname of “space” that one of my 6th grade teachers gave me for staring out the window all the time wasn’t so bad after all : Bother Me, I’m Thinking Why you should drop that … Continue reading

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Great Opinion piece from CNN’s John Avlon

John Avlon wrote a great op-ed about the fringe of each political party today, based on the latest Wisconsin troubles, very worthwhile. http://www.cnn.com/2011/OPINION/02/21/avlon.wisconsin.unions/index.html?eref=mrss_igoogle_cnn

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Treasury Secretary Geithner Puts Party Before Policy

         Tim Geithner was in Paris over the weekend at a financial summit. He chose to speak out at a press conference where he was asked about the United States budget crisis, saying, “The United States is going through the … Continue reading

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Watching Wisconsin, A Prelude to The Budget Battle at the Federal Level?

I have watched and read as newly elected Gov. Scott Walker has attempted to take hold of the budget crisis at the state level in Wisconsin. Part of what he has wanted to do is change how the state deals … Continue reading

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