Have you read the news lately? Obama has just released $10 Million to several States to create good paying jobs to enable food stamp recipients to get off ” the Public trough”. While that’s admirable, I wonder, why do we become conscious of the waste in this system and not look at the wasted money … More PUBLIC ADVOCACY: A scrap for the Middle Class
We hear but we don’t listen. Bibi NETANYAHU won an overwhelming majority in the Israeli elections. Herzog and the left have an opportunity to become a vocal opposition. Bibi stated there would be no Palestinian State until there was peaceful cooperation between their two peoples. Sounds reasonable to me. The Arab platforms , vying … More PUBLIC ADVOCACY: We hear, do we listen?
As you will recall, dear reader, I won a trip to London , as well as Paris. My London excursions were fun, interesting and informative. I’ll include several of my personal photos for you to Enjoy! I can recommend at least 2 Restaurants: The Cote near the Theater ” The Play that Goes Wrong”, a … More PUBLIC ADVOCACY: What’s happened to the British Economy?
It seems to be true, if you are Black or Hispanic, you have been brought up with a different set of rules. I have known friends and employees who were brought up to keep a low profile in Public. They told their children and grandchildren to walk and never run in Public, to be dressed … More PUBLIC ADVOCACY: How do we resolve “OUR STATE OF INEQUALITY”?
When the Recession first hit, people were very upset: they had lost their homes, their jobs, their dignity. There were cries for Bankers to be jailed for fraud, there were cries for financial and tax reforms, there were even cries for the “removal “of selected Supreme Court justices. 7 yrs ago, though The Plague was … More PUBLIC ADVOCACY: The Plague by Camus ( an allegory for our time)!