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Losing Faith in Government

Losing Faith in Government?

I had the fortune to view the live presentation today of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on CNN (3/29/20).

Being a political junkie, I was humbled by the EXCELLENCE of the hour long status report of the virus.

Cuomo was able to provide extensive detail of the situation at hand, what he and NY

2020-03-30T21:50:51+00:00March 30th, 2020|

No More-ona Virus Please

It’s January, the weather is cool, and the New Year is here, your mind focused on what’s in store for the next 12 months. “How will I be different?” “Am I getting that raise I’ve been asking for?” “Maybe I should get in better shape, I mean, spring break is just around the corner and

2020-03-30T21:00:44+00:00March 30th, 2020|

Challenges in a Virus World

Over the years, I’ve had difficult challenges – Losing my wife, foreclosure on my home, almost no cash, business failing, etc.

As you might expect, I felt lost and didn’t know which way to turn or where to find a starting point.

With time, I started with GRATITUDE
I’m grateful for water, much of the world has a

2020-03-28T03:47:48+00:00March 28th, 2020|

The Wall Update

In my previsous post, The Wall, I pointed out that it would only work if Trump could build a 40,000-foot high wall. Recent events have partially confirmed this.

One report has been that of the 4,000 “undesirable” individuals trying to enter the U.S., only seven have

2019-01-16T21:59:27+00:00January 20th, 2019|

Is Trump Broke?

Short Answer: YES

The signs have been building since he pledged $5 million to veterans during the Iowa primary. Fortunately, journalists stayed on top of the pledge and found that he had done nothing.

Then came his statement that his assets were $8 billion or $12 billion. I think

2019-01-16T21:52:03+00:00January 16th, 2019|

Medical Insurance Insecurity & Increase: Part I

What Happened

In the 60s, medical insurance was a FRINGE benefit, today, it’s a CORE benefit. As a single person in the 60s, the last thing on my list was medical insurance because it represented less than 2% of my overall compensation.

For two years in 1971/2, I was working in the insurance

2019-03-29T17:13:15+00:00October 15th, 2018|