Monthly Archives: October 2011

NAFTA/Good or bad for U.S.

The NAFTA agreement popped back in the news last weekend when the first truck from Mexico crossed into Texas. It has taken 17 years for this event to occur. Not everyone is happy with this development. Some in the U.S. … Continue reading

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Will recent protests affect 2012 elections?

The recent protests in New York and elsewhere have garnered attention worldwide. The protests in the U.S. have the potential to affect the 2012 elections. President O’Bama is lending limited moral support to the movement. Herman Cain has stated it’s … Continue reading

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Ireland Adventure/Is the Euro dead?

First things first, I had an awesome vacation in Ireland. The weather was great, and the beer cold. I listened to Irish talk radio as I travelled out of Shannon airport, and found the airwaves dominated by the country’s economic … Continue reading

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