Archive for October, 2010

How Will the Coming Election all Shake Out?

October 26, 2010

Wednesday, October 27th, 2010 Linville, North Carolina WHAT TO EXPECT AFTER TUESDAY’S ELECTION Will the rolling tide of the Tea Party and a Republican onslaught really bring about major changes in Washington following this Tuesday’s election?  Don’t count on it. Let’s just say we are in for some fine tuning that should have taken place […]

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Are Universities Doing Enough Teaching?

October 20, 2010

Thursday, October 21st, 2010 Baton Rouge, Louisiana   TOUGH QUESTIONS FOR LOUISIANA UNIVERSITIES!  Across the nation, colleges and universities are facing a major financial crisis.  Federal stimulus funds are running out, and state legislatures are facing a deep decline in revenues.  Are flagship universities so important to economic growth that they should maintain their present […]

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Possible Bad Insurance News for Louisiana!

October 13, 2010

HOMEOWNERS INSURANCE MAY BECOME UNAFFORDABLE ALONG THE GULF COAST! Just when you thought the insurance crisis along the gulf coast, particularly in Louisiana, could not get any worse, along comes congress to really muck up the problems faced by property owners who are trying to protect the value of their property. If congress and the […]

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Insurance Costs Out of Control!

October 13, 2010

Thursday, October 14th, 2010Baton Rouge, LouisianaHOMEOWNERS INSURANCE MAY BECOMEUNAFFORDABLE ALONG THE GULF COAST!  Just when you thought the insurance crisis along the gulf coast, particularly in Louisiana, could not get any worse, along comes congress to really muck up the problems faced by property owners who are trying to protect the value of their property.  […]

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Voter Frustrations Boiling Over?

October 6, 2010

Thursday, October 7th, 2010 Linville, North Carolina IS THE WHOLE COUNTRY GOING TO HELL IN A HAND BASKET?  And I thought voters were distrustful, angry and confrontational, a few years back when I held public office.  My favorite author, Charles Dickens, would have said, “Hey Brown, you ain’t seen nothing yet.”  (Actually, I’m not sure […]

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Voter Frustrations Boiling Over?

October 6, 2010

Thursday, October 7th, 2010Linville, North CarolinaIS THE WHOLE COUNTRYGOING TO HELL IN A HAND BASKET? And I thought voters were distrustful, angry and confrontational, a few years back when I held public office.  My favorite author, Charles Dickens, would have said, “Hey Brown, you ain’t seen nothing yet.”  (Actually, I’m not sure Dickens would have […]

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