Monthly Archives: February 2011

Keeping tabs on the bank…

“A rigid economy of the public contributions and absolute interdiction of all useless expenses will go far towards keeping the government honest and unoppressive…” Thomas Jefferson, letter to Lafayette A firm, stiff, even inflexible and unyielding set of rules regarding … Continue reading

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Do we get what we pay for..?

  There is something that is unique to humankind – we promise ourselves we’ll never do “it” again; furthermore, we make more promises — only this time the promises are made to other people about our idiosyncratic behaviors. For lack … Continue reading

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Hamilton, Madison, Jefferson on Founding Fathers Quote’s Friday

Spent the entire week in and with the Founding Fathers, and although it can be a brain message, there is just something different now in our present day, and most certainly back when the Founders were concocting the world’s greatest … Continue reading

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NOT America’s Responsibility

County College of Morris will be one of the first schools in New Jersey to establish a clear set of rules for enrolling illegal students. Under the new policy, only students who are 35 or younger and graduated from a … Continue reading

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Some notes on Multiculturalism

Our actions, values thoughts, and patters of learning are controlled by our culture. Most of the time, we are not aware of the power of our cultural upbringing. This phenomenon leads to ethnocentrism, in which members of a group view … Continue reading

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Three more Senators supporting Citizenship Act

“The current practice of extending U.S. citizenship to hundreds of thousands of ‘Anchor Babies’ every year arises from the misapplication of the Constitution’s citizenship clause and creates an incentive for illegal aliens to cross our border,” Rep. King said. “The … Continue reading

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Carrier bags ‘not eco-villains after all’

This is humankind’s dilemma: “we think – therefore we are” or is it; “we are – therefore we think” or could it be, did God create man, or did man create God? To be sure we live through a set … Continue reading

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Founding Fathers Quotes Friday…Recommit!

This week we were the recipients of just about the nicest gift ever. We came across a post called The Mount Vernon Statement. We were so moved by the simplicity of what the statement says and does we decided to follow in … Continue reading

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Cultural characteristics

We realize that much of this information may be redundant to you; however, given the current state of affairs with immigration both legal and illegal, as well as the torrential outbreaks of violence within the last two years, maybe a … Continue reading

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Culture and Society…a different perspective

Society is composed of individuals and groups that share a common history, traditions, and experiences with other members of the same group. Culture, on the other hand, provides the blueprint for how we think, feel, and behave within society. It … Continue reading

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