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Remembering Jack Kemp, The “Happy Warrior”

I have been reading and watching news reports about the untimely passing of former Congressman and pro football great Jack Kemp for the past week. He’s received so much mostly favorable coverage that I felt compelled to share my own experiences…

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The Best of Times – The Worst of Times

Just this past week the Hearst Corporation announced from New York that “in an effort to reverse the deepening operating losses of its San Francisco Chronicle, it is seeking significant near-term cost savings that would include deep cuts in both union and non-union staff.”

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Signs of the Times

I read this very interesting summary provided by Reuters, documenting the times we live in. Reuters points out that, “The global recession manifests itself in big ways and small: most gloomy, some quirky and many reflecting the inventive human spirit.”

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Newspapers Writing Their Own Obituaries

These past few days’ local and national newspapers have been busy writing obituaries….their own. Pages have been filled with news articles documenting the carnage. The Christian Science Monitor says that after a century, it will cease publication of its daily newspaper…

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The Sad Demise of a Hawaiian Institution

Hawaii-based Aloha Airlines filed for bankruptcy protection on March 20, for the second time since 2005. But this time, with no investors willing to fly into such stiff headwinds, the airline with such a rich history simply ran out of cash, and shut down its passenger service Monday.

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