Monthly Archives: August 2011

Ron Paul/What are his chances?

Ron Paul’s views on foreign policy and the economy are certain to stir up debate among the American people. His policy of non-intervention in world affairs does not sit well with the establishment. Could his ideas take hold with a … Continue reading

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Holographic Technology

I was watching an ad the other day on virtual ticket agents. This concept looks likely to spread. Orly airport in France, and some British airports are using them. Holographic technology is all around us. From ATM cards to driver’s … Continue reading

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Social Media/Adventures in mayhem

The recent events in London,Philadelphia, and elsewhere, demonstrate the power of social media. A closer look at these events paints a disturbing picture of what can go wrong when social media devices are used for sinister motives. Now I’m not … Continue reading

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Airline fees/When will it end?

Airline fees are affecting the way we travel. Cancel fees seem to hit the hardest. Are airlines making big profits from these fees? Yes, billions of dollars. The customer must be aware and become more informed about these fees. Consumer … Continue reading

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Education in America/Are we at a dead end?

There are many challenges facing the educational environment. Teacher compensation, tenure, class size and funding issues are just a few things that come to mind. Should parents play a bigger role in the teaching process? Are public school teachers merely … Continue reading

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