Whether or not Congress passes an immigration bill this year, one provision in the senate bill which has received scant media attention contains a raise in the H1B quota for the coming year and a change in how the quota
Global Thoughts – April Notes In this edition, world issues, travel notes on my first Family Vacation to a resort area on Florida’s Gulf Coast, followed by the annual Passover Sermonette.
Our newest Frequent Flyer on her first Family Vacation…details below. Markets — An additional country index I bought into was Austria. It is more stable than Germany’s and has a better uptick over the past couple years. My friend in
Global Thoughts — October 2005 Some Random Thoughts plus Travel Notes and photos from our September holiday. Funny cartoon below.
Funny but true…The Palestinian terrorist who masterminded the attack at the Munich Olympics in 1972 complains to the NY Times that Spielberg didn’t consult him for his new movie about the event. For what it’s worth in this world of
Ivan Op-Ed Article Published in Jewish Week September 16, 2005 re Pakistan/Israeli Meetings with Saudi Blessing
Behind Pakistan’s Overtures To Israel Saudis seen giving the OK to Musharraf Ivan Ciment – Special To The Jewish Week This weekend’s meeting in New York between Pakistan’s President Pervez Musharraf and Jewish leaders, through the American Jewish Congress Council
There are two items that bother the hell out of me very often and it would make a difference to me personally if I felt that my senator was out there trying to do something about them: 1. Verizon is
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