Monthly Archives: January 2010

First encounter

Last night was my first attempt to put my newly delcared local focus into action. We went shopping at a local grocery in Greenville, Ohio called Eikenberry’s (they don’t have a website, so I can’t link to it). Predictably, shopping … Continue reading

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Chrome gets way cooler

Somehow I missed that Google’s browser, Chrome, which I have been using since Firefox stopped working on my Vista machine about a month ago, got updated earlier this week. Updates aren’t always that exciting, but this one for Chrome added … Continue reading

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How are you going to do that exactly?

Several people have asked me whether I am serious about and how I expect to accomplish a pledge I made the other day here on Worldview: To the end of preventing that failure and regaining control our government, I pledge … Continue reading

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And now, the real State of the Union

Citizens of the United States, 223 years ago, fellow citizens now passed-on gathered and created a document designed to embody the ideals first enshrined in the Declaration of Independence and in the blood shed during the twelve-year-long war for independence … Continue reading

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You are the solution

I hear a lot of people say that they think they can’t do anything about the way things are in places like Washington or Detroit or even their own towns. Yet, all the recent evidence says that if enough people … Continue reading

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