Monthly Archives: October 2011

Stop Government Corn Subsidies

Billions and billions of dollars are being spent on corn subsidies.  Why?  Take a good look at what’s on the shelf of your local grocery store, products that are made from corn. Do we really need to subsidize the production … Continue reading

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A multi-party political system represents the people

How much longer should the U.S.A. struggle with the two party system, i.e. Democrat or Republican? I hope that people will look beyond their borders and take a look at what’s happening in Germany, France, and the United Kingdom.  The … Continue reading

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I expect our leaders to lead

I want my elected representatives to lead, to represent the people, to be statesmen and not politicians. I want our elected officials to build peaceful alliances with other countries.  I don’t want them to build relationships with other nations to … Continue reading

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Meaningless Rhetoric over Currency Manipulation

Here’s an interesting article that raises the issue of China manipulating it’s currency to keep it artificially low against the US dollar.  http://yhoo.it/qnGI4r Who benefits from this favorable exchange rate?  US Corporations.  When we talk about the loss of jobs … Continue reading

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