Monthly Archives: September 2012

Whom Do You Trust? Romney or Obama

  Trust is something that is in short supply in the U.S. today.  Do you trust your employer?  Do you trust the U.S. government?  Do you trust your spouse?  Do you trust your children?  Do you trust Romney?  Do you … Continue reading

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Part 7: Facts and More Facts

Half of the world’s countries have an official language.  The U.S. does not.    *********************************** India has fifteen official languages.  ********************** Monaco is the most densely populated country.  Mongolia is the least.  *************************************** In Qatar there are 184  males for every … Continue reading

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Public Schools In America

   Public high school graduates in the U.S. are finding out that they are NOT QUALIFIED to serve in the U.S. Armed Forces because 30% can not pass a basic entrance test involving basic English and basic math !  Is … Continue reading

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A Methodist Looks at Mormonism

   Several weeks ago, I read an article about the Mormon Church in a business magazine.  The article focused on the massive net worth of the Mormon Church which was estimated to be around $ 40 Billion.  The article, in … Continue reading

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Saving General Motors

   The U.S. Government rescue of General Motors in 2009, directed by President Barack Obama, did more to help China than the U.S.  While GM is still based in Detroit, this car maker earns much more revenue from its Chinese … Continue reading

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Fifty Shades of Green : The Petula Southey Story

   Many considered Petula to be an attractive young girl when she was in elementary school in South Florida.  This was fortunate because, if truth be told, Petula was not considered to be very smart.    Petula’s good looks and … Continue reading

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