Monthly Archives: August 2011

Singapore New President

From the press release 1. This is the first Presidential Election in 18 years. It is good that Singaporeans have had the chance to vote for their next President, and to focus on what the elected President is about. I … Continue reading

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Taiwan ROC and Thailand

The National Taiwan University Hospital claims that the error occurred when a hospital staffer misheard the donor’s test results over the telephone and never double-checked his status before harvesting the organs is an accident most people do not go to … Continue reading

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South African President and hero of the anti-apartheid movement Nelson Mandela, Opinion

The lady said it better than I could from Thunderbird, Arizona…. “Heather Jackson, a rising senior at Arizona State University, will be an intern in Obama’s press office this fall and watching the film made her more excited than ever … Continue reading

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A Poll of What Americans Believe 2011

This from a poll the way Americans believe in 2011, the age of the internet, no wonder it is very difficult to change public opinion… ‘If you cross the U. S. border illegally you get a job, a drivers license, … Continue reading

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Singapore Presidential Election

Singapore’s Election 2011   Taught and conditioned by greed and fear to vote the People’s Action Party (PAP) into power, election after boring election. Business was Singapore’s business. Coincidentally, all four candidates are ‘Tans’:

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G20 Cooperation President Obama and Chancellor Merkel

U.S. President Barack Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel discussed the eurozone crisis and financial-market turbulence on Saturday and vowed action to the global economy in the area of growth and job creation.

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Federal Reserve Board Chairman Bernanke ‘There is nothing more to do, only wait, time will heal’

So his solution is to have the insurance pool be run by the G20. To encourage all countries to join the pool, he suggests: “make participation in this pool a condition for continued membership in a body such as the … Continue reading

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