Posted in look at this on Sep 29th, 2008
Monthly Archive for September, 2008
Posted in political on Sep 29th, 2008
Something has come to me, in the light of the current financial crisis in this country…
Most people in this country are now aware that we are on the brink of a depression as serious as the one in the 1930s. People are up in arms, talking to their congressional representatives and it is all [...]
A fantastic interview on Fresh Air regarding our current state of the economy and the proposed bailout plan, where we are encouraged to not look at the details and just buy…
The Wall Street Bailout: A Conflict Of Interest?
Henry Paulson: The Treasury secretary’s $700 billion bailout plan awaits congressional approval.Getty Images
Fresh Air from WHYY,September 23, [...]
I’ve been using grand central for a while, but noticed this today:
Project CARE (Communications and Respect for Everybody) recognizes the desire for those in need to get back on their feet and begin a new life. An essential element to that proposition is a consistent and reliable phone number – a place where anyone (family, [...]
Anita and many of the mom’s took their offspring to Tyler Park today.
Poppy was somewhat fussy, all day and in fact all month… she’s getting teeth and she’s frustrated that she can’t really walk on her own yet. Life is hard.
So hard, in fact, that sometimes, if you’re a baby, you just gotta eat some [...]
I saw the following article on a list serve I’ve been lurking on; a simple overview of personal experience with homeschooling… but it’s nice to see local examples get national coverage. Homeschool Diaries: How 3 Families Teach Kids at Home
I’m Voting Republican is a satirical look at the likely outcome of another four years of Republican government. The not-so-subtle message behind the film is the importance of a united bloc of citizens willing to take the time and effort to vote Democrat in order to improve America’s domestic and foreign policy.
Saturday night we got back home and were amazed to see lights on. LG&E rigged up some scary looking connections across downed lines (we will not go walking on stilts), but they got our block light up… faster than I expected.
We were without power for right at a week, and it certainly could have [...]