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Posted in fiscal, government, Jobs, money, politics, Uncategorized, US economy, tagged democrats, employer, fiscal, George Stephanopoulos, government, healthcare tax, individuals, insurance, interview, liberals, Obama, politics revenue, Senate joint committee on taxation, united states on September 20, 2009| 1 Comment »
There used to be a time when I didn’t worry about where I would go for vacation, but now…because there is so much planning that goes into such an endeavor (and you do want to make good use of your vacation time), I now do much research, almost like an investigative reporter, as to what me and my family will be doing.
Have you ever had a vacation where after the fact, you thought to yourself, “Well, that was lousy and now I have to wait another year” Everyone can relate to that, right?
For vacation rentals: http://www.flipkey.com
For transit systems: http://www.hopstop.com
To organize and share your Itinerary: http://www.tripit.com
I am always looking for new and helpful information, so please feel free to share your “secrets of travel planning” with me.
Posted in bureaucracy, fiscal, founding fathers, Letters, Thomas Jefferson, united states, tagged bureaucracy, country, founding fathers, government, healthcare, history, law, letter, people, politics, quote, Thomas Jefferson on September 14, 2009| 2 Comments »
Well, with the political turmoil that we are experiencing today, I found it necessary to look back to the wise words of our founding fathers for their insight. Here is one of many that I like:
Thomas Jefferson, letter to William Ludlow
September 6, 1824
I think we have more machinery of government than is necessary, too many parasites living on the labor of the industrious.