Affirmative Inaction

One of Abraham Lincoln's claims to fame is the fact that he is best known for abolishing slavery. While he may have felt some personal satisfaction from liberating the Negroes from their bondage, Economy was the main reason why he made his emancipation proclamation. He wanted all of America to... Read More

The Morality of Child Labor

From the comfort of their plush offices and five to six figure salaries, self-appointed NGO's often denounce child labor as their employees rush from one five star hotel to another, $3000 subnotebooks and PDA's in hand. The hairsplitting distinction made by the ILO between "child work" and "child labor" conveniently... Read More

Increasing Evaporation in Ocean to Defeat Droughts

One way to increase evaporation in the ocean might be to use a frequency wave, which can change the molecular bonding or to align water molecules for faster evaporation rates. Such systems have been used in high tech water filtration. There appears to be more evaporation in the ocean in... Read More

Protectionism in Russia

The new law "Special Protective, Antidumping and Import Compensatory Measures" differs from the old one by the fact that it fully complies with the WTO (World Trade Organization) standards. It is for the first time in the Russian practice that a law describes in detail what is necessary to do... Read More

Connecticut Does Not Need Further Income Tax Hikes!

Industrial Recruiting. The absence of a state income tax in Tennessee was cited by Nissan Corporation as one of the quality of life factors it considered for its workers when it decided to build a large plant in Smyrna, Tennessee, to produce the Nissan Altima and other vehicles. Similarly, the... Read More

Sarbanes-Oxley Reality Check on Bureaucracy

There is no doubt in hindsight that Sarbanes Oxley was a mistake as we watch the blob of bureaucracy move into the private sector. There is no doubt that Sarbanes Oxley's real costs have been passed onto the consumer and citizen like a giant tax increase of Boston Tea proportions.... Read More

Another Round of EU-Iran Talks Starts April 10 - Will Iran Be Referred To The UN Security Council?

Iran's objection to ratifying the International Atomic Energy Agency's Additional Protocol of the IAEA is said to be the main obstacle to dispelling fears that it is not building a nuclear weapon. Iranian and EU officials meet April 10 to try to resolve a stalemate in their negotiations over this... Read More

OPECs Swan Song?

Indonesia's Energy Minister, Purnomo Yusgiantoro, is unhappy with the modest production cut, from June 1, of 2 million barrels per day, adopted by the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries last week. He intends to demand further reductions at the June 11 get-together in Qatar.The deal struck is so convoluted and... Read More

RFID: Californias Identity Information Protection Act

Utah introduced a bill designed to limit the use of RFID by state and county government. It was voted down. Maryland introduced a similar bill. It, too, was voted down. This is California's second RFID bill. The first was... voted down.So, California's Bill No. 682 may not be an original... Read More

California Power and Commodity Markets

Excess capacity occurs in many industries, such as power, electricity, water, oil, mainframe time, bandwidth, etc. When deregulation came to the California energy market we saw an interesting thing occur. People would buy blocks of kilowatt-hours from the existing energy companies who made electricity. They had to make this available... Read More

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Employment Legislation: Proposed Employment Law Changes - To Take Effect 1 October 2005

Proposed changes to the Sex Discrimination Act ("SDA") 1975 and... Read More

Why Can?t We Have a More Responsive Government?

The great people of the United States of America deserve... Read More

From Democracy to Omniocracy

Clint Eastwood recently plunged into the murky political pond with... Read More

If the Water is Polluted, Ever Wonder What is in it?

I would like to discuss a few issues we have... Read More

Are American Twins - Majority Rule and Public Opinion, Sometimes Just a Couple of Dumbbells?

The idea that the majority shows the will of the... Read More

The Glorious Acts of Our Legislature

I always have to remember to take a deep breath... Read More

Jihad Will Continue

The Jihad against the Western World will continue. It will... Read More

Debt Relief and Reality Check

The United States and other first world nations have been... Read More

Mexicanizing America

A friend of mine, who lives in the thick of... Read More

Gasoline Prices Going Through the Roof

OH MAN!Here we go again. I guess now the "proof... Read More

Medicade Scam; Worse than You Think

You are not going to believe what is going on... Read More

FTC Franchise Rule Making Sound and Fury in the Sand Box of Free Markets

Today we have a new franchise report from the Federal... Read More

The Absurdity of the Public School Monopoly

The notion that local governments should have almost total monopoly... Read More

Netanyahu: Too Late For A Fight-back?

The resignation from cabinet yesterday, Sunday, by the Israeli minister... Read More

Bio Attack Nation Unready

We are told by out leadership that we risk loss... Read More

Trains and the Flow of Fuel

Fuel costs seem to rank high in surveys of US... Read More

Hitler - Bush

Hitler received a legacy from his Rothschild relations in Vienna... Read More

Sarbanes-Oxley Reality Check on Bureaucracy

There is no doubt in hindsight that Sarbanes Oxley was... Read More

Economics and Politics of Regional Droughts

It cities across America water is an issue, the flow... Read More

US Army in Catch 22 on Gays Issue

Many of those who wish to fight for our country... Read More

The Options For Regime Change In Iran

If recent speeches by US officials on Iran's plans to... Read More

US Government Regulators and Aides with AIDS

All government regulators or diplomat who are in high risk... Read More

Failure to Supervise at the Federal Trade Commission

Many MLM sales people mean well but they inadvertently commit... Read More

The Economic Giant-- A Closer Look at China

IT'S NO LONGER NEWS THAT CHINA IS BECOMING A MAJOR... Read More

How to Tell When Government Regulators are Shopping You

In this day and age of tattletale, whistleblower heroes and... Read More

Rule of Thumb For Exporting Technology

Rule of Thumb for exporting technology. The American People need... Read More

Iran is Escalating the Conflict

Iran has threatened to raise America's fuel prices again. They... Read More

Common Sense vs. Common Senseless - How Thomas Paine Can Be Applied To Modern Day; Part One

INTRODUCTIONPERHAPS the sentiments contained in the following pages, are not... Read More

Wars, Oil and Trade Conflicts of the Human Race

Many in the World Media are quick to judge the... Read More

The Dragons

I hope to provide a starting point for the serious... Read More

Lets Call A Spade A Spade

Much of our personal and cultural perspective on the world... Read More

Political Branding and Marketing

Political strategists, branding gurus and image consultants could learn a... Read More

Whose Afraid of the Government; Whose the Government Afraid of?

We need a government that can be as responsive to... Read More