TheVoiceOfJoyce YouTube, TheVoiceOfJoyce.me EPI #47American Betrayalhttps://youtu.be/PLp9qjsZdo0

Dear Followers, Episode #47, is confirmation of what to expect from our current President and his Administration. Read, think and ACT. For years, I’ve been thinking of forming a viable Political Party. Since no Republican Party exits, except the unchecked Kleptocrats in office, it’s time to start a kinder, gentler GOP, representitive of Teddy Roosevelt, … More TheVoiceOfJoyce YouTube, TheVoiceOfJoyce.me EPI #47American Betrayalhttps://youtu.be/PLp9qjsZdo0

PUBLIC ADVOCACY: What’s happening in our Towns/ thinking Local

1. NY TIMES 8/12/13 Arid Southwest cities’ plea : LOSE THE LAWN. Water is precious in the Southwest. Prompting several States to offer payment as an incentive to homeowners to tear up their lawn. It’s working, but slowly. In Mesa, Arizona 250,000 ft ( 5.6 acres) of residential lawn has been returned to desert scape. … More PUBLIC ADVOCACY: What’s happening in our Towns/ thinking Local

PUBLIC ADVOCACY: “People ” Power

1. NY TIMES 8/4/13 As the cost of importing food soars, Jamaica( the Caribbean Island) turns to the earth. A decade ago, the government started a National food campaign, ” grow what we eat, eat what we grow”. Grocery stores prominently display signs stating food is locally grown. Seed kits are given out to promote … More PUBLIC ADVOCACY: “People ” Power

PUBLIC ADVOCACY: The good life & thoughts from Detroit

1. NYTIMES 4/29/13 Twitter Speaks, Markets Listen, and fears rise. Last Tues a hoax was perpetrated via Twitter claiming something dreadful had happened to the President and The White House. This news was relayed thru Twitter, through Bloomberg News to the flash traders , whose computers track key words and react; the stock market lost … More PUBLIC ADVOCACY: The good life & thoughts from Detroit

PUBLIC ADVOCACY: News from the Financial Times & NY TIMES

1. FINANCIAL TIMES3/6/13 Student Debt Fears: Concerns are rising that an explosion in student debt will sap economic growth in the US, where consumer spending accounts for about 70% of GDP. To paraphrase, as education became desirable during the last 10 years, it also became more expensive. Our kids are graduating from college, with debt … More PUBLIC ADVOCACY: News from the Financial Times & NY TIMES

Thoughts on rebuilding/ SANDY IS THE PERFECT STORM

1. THOUGHTS ON REBUILDING. Better to wait and do it right? BETTER TO REBUILD SYSTEMS AS BEST YOU CAN & PUT PEOPLE BACK TO WORK NOW AS WE END THE RECESSION . SIMULTANEOUSLY PLAN FOR A FUTURE WITH INFRASTRUCTURE NEEDS. We don’t have a lifetime to squander. 2. Mitigate and adapt to climate change. With … More Thoughts on rebuilding/ SANDY IS THE PERFECT STORM

Public Advocacy: what’s new in congress and the state of American Manufacturing

1. Bill Moyers / (Citizens United. ) Interviewed Trevor Potter on the influence of. the SUPER PACS. Be forewarned, the American people will continue to suffer if we don’t change the laws. If you want full time representation in government, we need full time Public officials. On 11/12/12 Colbert clarified, with Potter, that he could … More Public Advocacy: what’s new in congress and the state of American Manufacturing

Metro Focus : Our human story to be continued

1. Metro Focus on PBS displayed astounding videos on the impact of Sandy; Devastation in the Rockaways, the Jersey Shore and Nassau’s Long Beach. Call it what you want, climate change or not, but don’t think too long. . Our environment is changing and change has come to our Society. We should be thinking about … More Metro Focus : Our human story to be continued

Let’s hear it for the Home Team.

1. NYTimes 11/9/12. An innovator vs a follower. Craftsman tools, a respected and up till now coveted maker of tools, has switched from selling an American made and designed product, The Bionic Wrench, to making it’s own rip- off in China. Approximately, 31 Americans are losing their jobs, as Dan Brown, the inventor prepares to … More Let’s hear it for the Home Team.

Questions about our Systems & How we conduct business? Our lives

1. This column is meant not as a criticism, but as an aid to address problems in the future. I am unable to go to work on Long Island because I can’t depend on getting gas for my car. Two weeks after Sandy, long lines are occurring at gas stations all over the City. Evidently, … More Questions about our Systems & How we conduct business? Our lives