Year-End Global Thoughts with Predictions for 2005 29 December 2004
Holiday Season in New York Earlier this month Karen and I checked into the W Hotel on Times Square and pretended we were on vacation, and Manhattan during December is a real treat from the Tree at Rockefeller Center to
Global Thoughts — 15 November 2004 Post-Election America; Post-Arafat Middle East; the UN
America Post-Election Bush got a mandate and the satisfaction of not being an accidental president. Everyone came out and voted, and plenty more voted for him than Kerry. The Republicans were the more disciplined party in the campaign, and the
Zurich & Lugano
Continue to Como.
Charleston, South Carolina Thanksgiving Weekend, November 2004
It’s a 2 hour flight going south, and 1½ going north to New York. At US Airways at Laguardia airport, use the shuttle entrance to get a better shot at carry-on luggage because they are more lenient with shuttle passengers.
Ivan’s Top Ten Tips for Getting Engaged and Married and Surviving the First Year of Marriage — 9 November 2004
1. Agree to as many difficult things as possible before getting engaged so that you don’t have to agree to them afterward. 2. Spend a good deal of time alone with your future spouse to see if you really get
Taxation explained clearly by a Distinguished Professor of Economics
Sometimes Politicians can exclaim; “It’s just a tax cut for the rich!”, and it is just accepted to be fact. But what does that really mean? Let’s put tax cuts in terms everyone can understand. Suppose that every day, ten
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