Monthly Archives: November 2013
Putting Garbage to Good Use
America produces millions of tons of garbage daily that goes into landfills. This is becoming a major problem because landfills are filling up faster than we can develop new ones. New York City for example sends most of its 10,000 … Continue reading
‘The Pursuit of Happiness’
I have written on my Home page and on a number of posts in this blog that ‘the pursuit of happiness’ is one of my core values. In fact I consider it my most important value. Without it this would … Continue reading
Playing Life Safe – Missed Opportunities
For most of my adult life I have lived life rather on the safe side taking few chances that would endanger my physical and financial well being. I did few activities that could be considered risky and did not gamble … Continue reading
Crime and Punishment – is it Working?
The way we in America deal with people that are consider socially unacceptable is to make up laws against then turning offenders into criminals. A system exists to deal with criminals consisting of law enforcement arresting these individuals, trying them … Continue reading
Term Limits? Extend Term Lengths Instead!
In today’s complex wold of government two and four year terms simply doesn’t give our elected officials enough time to learn their jobs before they need to prepare for the next election. When these terms in office were originally established … Continue reading