Tag: United States

Jury Duty is a Life Changing Experience

| September 12, 2014 | 0 Comments

This past month I faced one of my dreaded civic responsibilities, to serve as a juror. I am probably not alone in stating that I wanted not to be a part of the process. I had a packed full life and couldn’t fathom adding jury duty to my work load. Then it happened. I got […]

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Obama for America?

| December 29, 2011 | 0 Comments

By George Mitrovich   Barack Obama took the presidential oath of office January 20, 2009. The challenges he inherited on that historic occasion were as great as faced by any president – including Abraham Lincoln and Franklin D. Roosevelt; any assessment of Mr. Obama’s presidency not accounting for those challenges would be dishonest. With that […]

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Europe: Financial Crisis or Opportunity?

| November 29, 2011 | 0 Comments

By Rick Brooks I’m taking a risk with this column, because the rapid pace of change ‘across the pond’ means that everything could be different by the time you read this. Having said that, Europe’s problems are deeply seated, and to put it mildly, far deeper than a ‘mere’ banking crisis. Today’s European Union, the […]

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