Monthly Archives: February 2006

Dubai Company Should Run US Ports

Like a lot of Americans and politicians in Washington, when I heard that a company from the Middle East was getting permission to operate one of the largest cargo terminals in New York Harbor and terminals in Philadelphia, Baltimore and … Continue reading

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Episode 13 from Hubbard, Wisconsin- “Sachin’s Early Days”

Sachin Patel grew up in Ankleshwar, a medium-sized city in the state of Gujarat. As a teenager, Sachin admired his Uncle, who was the managing director at a large chemical plant. Sometimes Uncle Kamlesh would introduce Sachin to Americans who … Continue reading

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Follow the Teachings of the Prophet

Let’s assume that there is another planet that contains human beings.  Let’s further assume that there are several major religions on that planet, each claiming their proportionate percent of the population as members.  Let’s assume that each religion has a … Continue reading

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What? Me Worry About Iran?

There’s been a lot of talk lately about Iran and it’s President, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.  Last October Iran’s President called for Israel to be “wiped off the map.”  In December of 2005 Ahmadinejad further distanced himself from the realm of rational … Continue reading

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