Monthly Archives: November 2012

Obama’s Drone War/Whatever happened to international law?

My expectations of Obama winning a second term were high. I liked that he invested in infrastructure improvements like transportation. Now that he will be in office for another four years means he can get this country back on track. … Continue reading

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American Red Cross/Rolling with the punches

The Red Cross had its hands full with historic storm Sandy. Some victims of the hurricane thought the Red Cross response was slow. The Red Cross, according to media reports, had several staging areas well outside the New York City … Continue reading

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Cruise Ship Crime/Are you safe?

Millions of passengers take cruises every year without a hitch. In fact, the Cruise Vessal Security Act of 2010 is supposed to address concerns of safety and security on cruise ships. Are there critics of the 2010 legislation? The Act … Continue reading

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Obama wins/GOP in disarray

The election is over. Obama will be facing the same challenges the nation has endured in the last four years. Question is, will Obama meet the challenge? The president has a tough road ahead with the republicans. If some type … Continue reading

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FEMA and Romney/Abolish or keep?

This week the weather played a role in the upcoming election. Hurricane Sandy caused wide spread damage to the Northeast section of the U.S. Reporters wanted to know if Mitt Romney would keep FEMA in its present form, or abolish … Continue reading

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