FYI: I have been reviewing a study done by PEW research studying voting credentials in National Elections. One of their incredible findings was that in 2012, 1.8 million deceased people voted for president! Wow…how does that happen? It opens up an entire new innovation.
As a special event for my regular readers, I want to share with you a recent visit to the Oval Office in the White House. Occasionally I like to share some experiences that I have with those who support my work.
This corner of earth separates Israel, Jordan, and Syria. The fence to the left is Syria, the middle path is Jordan, and to the right is Israel. Since 1948, this corner stands, only divided by barbed wire. The corner is at the foothills of the Golan Heights next to the Galilee.
October 1, 2011 Leaving Boston In 1940, my family moved about 30 miles south of Boston—where I was born in 1931 and had lived for the first nine years of my life. The family was still recovering from the Great Depression and my father wanted to be able to practice dentistry in a smaller community environment. I was nine at the time and wasn’t quite sure that I was really interested in making new friends.
January 9, 2012 The Politics Of The “Right To Work” The “right to work” has created a major point of confrontation in several state legislatures, and a myriad number of media articles represent both sides of the issue.
February 2, 2012 The Cemetery On The Hill Across the street from where we live in Fishers is a hill, and atop the hill is an old township cemetery. There aren’t too many inhabitants at this writing, but they date from the mid 1850s to more recent times.
May 5, 2011 Near And Far Cousins come in all shapes and sizes. Our family had its share. On both sides of the family cousins were always around for the good times and the not so good times.