Monthly Archives: June 2006

The Top Seven List

Dave Letterman uses a top ten list.  Today I’m presenting my “top seven” list of major problems in the United States, along with my ideas on solving them.  I’m not claiming to go into detail, but am just scratching the … Continue reading

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Watch the Walk

Employers spend a lot of money screening potential job applicants to see if they are ambitious and have a sense of purpose, but these qualities are difficult to quantify.  If the employer does not personally know the applicant there is … Continue reading

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Al-Zarqawi and the FIFA World Cup

Like a cat with nine lives, Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, the mastermind behind hundreds of kidnappings, bombings, and beheadings in Iraq, has narrowly escaped capture or death many times over the past two years.  Last Wednesday he ran out of lives … Continue reading

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Episode 15 From Hubbard, Wisconsin- “The Gonzales’ Dilemma”

The summer has been a busy one for Jose Gonzales. Total employment at Gonzales Construction has surged from 38 to 55 people, largely due to a contract to build a new apartment complex west of Hubbard. Jose came up the … Continue reading

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