Monthly Archives: June 2005

My Nephew Brian

Thirty-three years ago when visiting my fiancée I met Brian.  He was a month old and the son of my fiancée’s brother.  A month later I would have a wife and Brian would be my nephew. We raised our family … Continue reading

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My Advice for Michael Jackson

Now that the “not guilty” verdict has been rendered in the Michael Jackson case it is time for the entertainment superstar to restructure his life and his business.  Although he is in financial trouble, Jackson remains one of the most … Continue reading

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Gulag of our Time

Amnesty International recently made headlines world wide when it characterized the US base in Guantanamo the “Gulag of our Time”.  If Amnesty was looking for headlines, the “Gulag” word certainly achieved it’s objective. The Soviet Union implemented a series of … Continue reading

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Taxpayer Mudslide

The first day of June 2005 brought a massive mudslide to Laguna Beach, California destroying seventeen homes and damaging eleven others.  Several homes buckled as they slid down a hill and others were left dangling in the air.  Fortunately, no … Continue reading

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