Archive | September, 2011

Who’s in the Hood?

Posted on 15 September 2011

The days are growing shorter, the leaves are beginning to turn and crunch underfoot, and there’s a definite chill in the air.  Before it gets colder, and before you miss out on some super deals, you’ll want to visit the website of a hip and trusted urban clothier: aeropostale. Thirsty hoodies for guys are now […]

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You Are Not Forgotten: MIAs, POWs

Posted on 13 September 2011

This past Sunday marked the 10th anniversary of 9/11.  As stirring and painful as the ceremonies were, several media representatives raised questions concerning the length of our national memory with respect to the day that claimed so many lives while demonstrating so much courage and compassion.  One newscaster said, “Those of us of a certain […]

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Beyond 9/11: Portraits of Resilience

Posted on 09 September 2011

  It’s hard to believe that ten years have passed since the tragic events of September 11, 2001.  My memories of that fateful morning, as did the events themselves, have a surreal quality.  Informed that a plane had struck one of the World Trade Center (WTC) towers, I never imagined that it was a planned […]

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Paranormal State

Posted on 08 September 2011

“Despite thousands of years of theological study from every different form of religion, the duality of nature, light and dark, remains unfathomable.” *** Everyone loves a good ghost story, particularly if the story bears evidence of a genuine haunting.  Born on Halloween and gravitating from earliest memory to “things that go bump in the night”, […]

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Entitlements Plus: Congressional Pensions at the Expense of Social Security

Posted on 07 September 2011

The very word “entitlements” has plunged our nation into controversy fraught with fear, shame, and righteous anger.  With respect to their entitlements, both retirees and current contributors now live with a feeling of unease with respect to Social Security pensions, or the impending lack of those pensions. Mandated by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt as a […]

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The High Cost of Bad Credit (and How to Fix It for Free)

Posted on 07 September 2011

Did you know that any one of your credit card providers can cancel your line of credit without warning, with you still obligated to pay off the balance, if you miss a single payment?  Did you realize that if you lease a car, the down payment and the monthly payments might be significantly higher than […]

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Tornado in New York!!!

Posted on 05 September 2011

As we approach the end, unusual environmental and atmospheric conditions continue to occur with greater frequency.  For those of us on the East Coast, the DC earthquake and Hurricane Irene are two very recent examples.  On their heels comes a tornado in New York!  While not as rare as the quake or hurricane, it is […]

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The Economic Truth

Posted on 02 September 2011

Constantly barraged about the sad state of America’s economy and the search for the solution, one ponders the right path for our country to choose. Based upon the results of polls, should we side with The Right or The Left? Confused?  Frustrated?  Frightened?  Of course you are.  The media is having a field day stirring […]

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Discover the Cheapest Car Insurance in NJ

Posted on 01 September 2011

As our economy continues to falter on both the national and local New Jersey levels and we are all faced with the prospect of a double dip recession, many of us are searching feverishly for opportunities to reduce our monthly living expenses.  This is particularly true in the great State of New Jersey, where we […]

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