Monthly Archives: June 2011

Abortion and Cigarette Packs

The FDA has mandated that by mid-2013 all cigarette packs sold in the United States must be covered at least 50% with graphic images depicting the negative impact of smoking, including pictures of severely damaged lungs, a man with a … Continue reading

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South Carolina and Boeing

Here we are, with 9.1% unemployment.  An American business icon, Boeing, is losing the marketplace battle for booming worldwide aircraft sales to Airbus, a European consortium.  But Boeing has a plan to grow and win in this market, and most … Continue reading

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Jon Huntsman

Jon Huntsman, former Governor of Utah and US Ambassador to China (both of which equate to 100x the experience President Obama had before being elected President) entered the 2012 Presidential race yesterday.  I was asked by one of my regular … Continue reading

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Libya

There is much right, and much wrong, with our mission in Libya.  Let’s review. First and foremost, our current action began in order to prevent a large scale massacre in Benghazi, which Gaddafi had surrounded and was preparing to go … Continue reading

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Of ATM’s, Kiosks, and George W. Bush

I apologize to my regular readers for sounding like a broken record, but I’ll say it again:  Watch this President and see why we must have a leader in the White House, not just a smooth-talking academic who has never … Continue reading

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Drone, or (faux) Drown ?

On June 5th, a U.S. military drone dropped a bomb in Pakistan which killed IIyas Kashmiri, a senior al Qaida leader.  Good riddance, I say. And yet I wonder, where are all of those on the left who so forcefully … Continue reading

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Our Stimulus

If you had the opportunity to visit our “Guidehouse” at Upper Saranac Lake this week, on any given day you would see 5-10 trucks and as many as 20 workers.  The Guidehouse was built in the 1880’s and my wife … Continue reading

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