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  • The Wallace Organization New World Order Alert  By : Robert Thomson
    Discover the facts and Evidence that Big Brother Dosnt Want you to know about,and the Secrets of what is Really Going On.
  • Bin Laden death sends Internet traffic soaring  By : Mel Joelle
    NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- As news of Osama bin Laden\'s death made its way across the globe Sunday night, Internet traffic exploded.\r\n\r\nTwitter: At the news event\'s peak, Twitter said that users were sending off more than 4,000 tweets per second. That makes the volume of tweets surrounding the event either the second or third-highest in Twitter\'s history.
  • Domestic Problems Draw President Obama’s Attention  By : Aubrey Moulton
    Some feel that issues at home have kept President Obama from implementing campaign promises. Rather than focusing on international relations and enhancing the way many countries perceive the U.S., he has had to pinpoint the Afghanistan and Iraq war. He and his administration have also addressed a sagging economy and have taken on their health care bill.
  • Us government Credit card debt Bailout Program  By : Amy Boston
    Several monetary professionals are saying now is the moment in time to lower your debt. With credit scores declining down as much as 30% across the nation, and with rates as historic lows, and income tax credits available for those who lost their employment, now is a great occasion to consider consolidating your debt.
  • Executive Office Furniture  By : Sarah Carlye
    Now, your office furniture is no longer limited to dark, massive and heavy pieces, but there are ones that not only reflect the nature of your business, but also your individual personality. For example, if you like to have a high tech and modern look in your office, you should choose metal and glass office furniture and office systems when buying office furniture. A multitude of designs are available with distinct shapes, like round extension tables and gently curved work desks. The entire effect is open and light, creating an impression that the business is not only professional but also up to date and contemporary because it is reflected in the style of the office decor.
  • Office Furniture For a Home Office  By : Sarah Carlye
    An increasing number of people seem to be resorting choosing to work at home. Though there are many advantages of working at home, a big head ache is to fit in office furniture in your home office. Though the task may seem intimidating, it really is not. Here are a few simple steps to be kept in mind while installing office furniture at your home office.
  • How to launch a successful office furniture business  By : Sarah Carlye
    In todayÂ’s era of recession, many people are looking for alternative career options. Amongst the options available to them, is a furniture business. This is one sector that can never be affected for too long by recession. This is especially true of office furniture businesses. For the person who has the training or even a knack for setting up efficient office spaces, this could be a good choice. It takes a lot more that just a good background and skills in office set up and office furniture purchasing to be successful at an office furniture business.
  • Will The Real Obama Please Stand Up  By : Brian Gosur
    Any president entering into office with a 78 percent rating would be estatic. America and the world for that matter, were in love with this man. offices in the world. That 78 percent rating has dropped to just 53 percent in the last Gallop poll for the That's the fastest decline of any president in the last fifty years.
  • Saudi Arabia Punishes Women Rights Activists With Lashes. Lets Stop it Together.  By : Robert Thomson
    75-year-old widow named Sawadi in Saudi Arabia was sentenced to 40 lashes and four months in prison for socializing with two men (each 25 years old)that were bringing her bread. The sentence also demands that the woman be deported after serving her sentence.
  • Emergency Communications Operability, Interoperability and Sustainability  By : Robert Thomson
    Emergency Response
    agencies with undersize budgets have enough trouble addressing communications operability let alone interoperability. Although agencies have their main frequency on a repeater, secondary channels may be still depend on the ionosphere to get distance. It is important for government administrators to realize that emergency responders regardless of size and location must have appropriate wireless communications. When the decision is made to address operability, it is equally important to address interoperability. One cost effective method is to enter into an accord with adjoining jurisdictions to utilize the same frequencies for secondary communications; the cost of licensing, securing a repeater, and providing emergency power could be split between municipalities. This method addresses operability (bringing you up to speed) and interoperability (the ability to share frequencies). Another avenue to consider is pursuing the grant processes but this may have to be done individually by each municipality.
    Gordon Vincent Associates LLC President Gordon A. Moccio is a major proponent of the “System Life-cycle Planning Model” currently being prepared by Federal Office of Emergency
    Communications and believes it could standardize the process of attaining both Operability and Interoperability. “It’s one thing to have a how to do template but quite another issue to get government officials and police administrators on board with the process” Moccio believes departments having their budgets cut to the bone is a major stumbling block.
    Moccio aids agencies and municipalities in drafting plans for consolidation and internal controls practices that essentially create an audit trail so departments can track exactly where their money is going. This can provide huge fiscal benefits to municipalities.
    To learn more about Emergency communications planning and how your agency can benefit from enhanced internal control practices contact Gordon Vincent Associates LLC.
  • Russians Now In Charge of U.S. Defense Policy  By : Robert Thomson
    The Obama administration just canceled plans for the placement of a missile defense system in Poland and the Czech Republic. In return, the U.S. gained nothing.
  • CBS, NBC, and MSNBC Boycott the ACORN Scandal  By : Robert Thomson
    CBS, NBC, and MSNBC have all thus far refused to air stories about the growing ACORN scandal.
  • Get Ready for an L-Shaped Recovery  By : Robert Thomson
    Everyone can stop arguing about whether we will see a V-shaped recovery or a U-shaped recovery and finally start accepting that what we are going to see is an L-shaped recovery.
  • Obama Promotes Foreign Oil  By : Robert Thomson
    The Obama administration’s U.S. Export-Import Bank recently provided two billion dollars in loan guarantees to the Petrobas, a socialist oil company controlled by the Brazilian government.
  • Yale Abandons Academic Freedom  By : Robert Thomson
    Yale University has completely abandoned the principles of academic freedom by censoring a book by Professor Jytte Klausen.
  • Tea Party Twitter Handles  By : Robert Thomson
    Contact information for the tea party groups on Twitter.
  • Leftists Attack Joe Wilson's Web Site  By : Robert Thomson
    Left-wing activists have staged a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack on Joe Wilson's web site.
  • Keep Your Kids Home on September 8th  By : Robert Thomson
    There is a dangerous predator attempting to get to your kids when you are not around to protect them, and his name is Barack Obama.
  • The Presumptive Republican Nominee & That Other Guy  By : shaikh Asif
    I’ve noticed lately that the media has taken to calling John McCain the presumptive Republican presidential nominee. It’s a strange sort of twist considering that a couple months ago they seemed so certain that McCain was the Republican presidential nominee. It wasn’t so long ago that the media was crowing that all other Republican candidates had dropped out. Yet today we suddenly hear again and again that McCain is the presumptive nominee.
  • New Heights of Hypocrisy from the Obama Administation  By : Robert Thomson
    The Obama administration is evincing appalling hypocrisy in condemning the government of Scotland for releasing one dying terrorist, when they campaigned on a platform of releasing hundreds of healthy terrorists.
  • Obama, Torture, Ron Paul and the DC Warmongers  By : monu29
    A while back I started hearing about Barack Obamas decision to maintain Bush era military tribunals. There was some speculation that some people of a certain political persuasion may have a problem with this decision. Certain people that may have supported and voted for Mr. Obama in Novembers election may feel a bit let down by his actions. Personally, this decision did not surprise me at all. I really wonder what people expect of their politicians. Did anyone honestly expect this man to keep hi
  • U.S. Government Credit Rating at Risk  By : Robert Thomson
    The U.S. government enjoys an AAA credit rating - the highest rating possible. It has held this Triple-A rating since 1917.

    Unfortunately, due to recent massive increases in federal debt, the U.S. government may be about to lose that AAA rating.
  • Sales of Atlas Shrugged Reach Record Numbers  By : Robert Thomson
    Atlas Shrugged is selling at a faster rate this year than any previous year, including 1957, when the book was published.
  • Unemployment Rate to Cross 10%  By : Robert Thomson
    The federal unemployment rate is currently 9.5%, the highest rate in 26 years, and will rise higher than 10% before Christmas.
  • Deflation  By : Robert Thomson
    Almost everyone knows about inflation and the troubles associated with it, but comparatively few people are familiar with deflation. This is fairly understandable, as the U.S. has not experienced deflation since 1955 -- until now.
  • Timothy Geithner Talks to His Real Bosses  By : Robert Thomson
    Timothy Geithner recently endured two days of meetings with the people paying his salary - the Chinese.
  • U.S. Depression Spreads to the Countryside  By : Robert Thomson
    Until recently, the middle portions of America were relevatively insulated from the countries economic woes. Decreased demand for energy (primarily coal and natural gas) and food has brought the economic morass even to these rural counties.
  • Tax Revenue Falls Sharply  By : Robert Thomson
    U.S. government tax revenues from individuals are are down 22%, compared to 2008 numbers. Over the same period, US government revenue from corporate taxes has dropped a whopping 57%.
  • Food Stamp Recipients are Growing Fat  By : Robert Thomson
    A recently released study by the Center for Human Resource Research of Ohio State University and the Department of Social Sciences of the University of Michigan-Dearborn shows that food stamp recipients rank a full point higher on the BMI (Body Mass Index) scale than the average American.
  • Global Warming to Kill One Billion People by 2020  By : Robert Thomson
    John Holdren, Obama's science czar, predicts that global warming will kill one billion people by 2020.

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