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Global Thoughts — 7 February 2008

Jeremy, our little peacenik 6 months old today, says Give Peas a Chance. After Super Tuesday, the prospects are that either Clinton, Obama or McCain will be the next president. Bloomberg is presumably staying put since he and McCain would

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Global Thoughts — 10 December 2007

Sorry I haven’t written in a while but I’ve been out and about trying to get new material for Global Thoughts. Went around the world and took a few side trips. This has been my first full weekend at home

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Global Thoughts — 7 October 2007

Helping write this month’s Global Thoughts? This may be a month where short is sweet. We have just completed the cycle of Jewish holidays and are looking forward to some family holiday time as Karen moves into the latter part

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Global Thoughts — 3 September 2007

Jeremy joins the crew. As you’ve heard, Elizabeth Regina got a new baby brother, Jeremy Robert. It’s been a bit of an adjustment. She has been trying to collapse out his pack ‘n play from the bottom and throw things

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Global Thoughts 1 August 2007

Our little Elizabeth Regina, now 19 months old, is enjoying her final days of being the only child and has no idea what’s coming. We are expecting our second child any day now. This past Sunday she took her first

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Global Thoughts 17 June 2007

  Eating cheerios and enjoying the view at Acadia National Park in Maine As you know, we’ve been on vacation for much of the past month and a half. Little Elizabeth is growing up fast; she even knows to take

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Global Thoughts 3 May 2007

Chillin’ out on the boardwalk in Miami Beach. Is Incompetence the Supreme Threat? What Next for Israel’s Leadership? Russia Market Ready for Free-Fall? Why Don Imus is Good for Business…. I am in the middle of enjoying a lovely month

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Global Thoughts 1 April 2007

Heading into the Passover season, I have been unusually busy in the office as we have experienced a peak surge of casework like nothing we’ve ever seen. The quota of 65,000 H1 cases is utterly insufficient and will probably be

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