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Tim Pawlenty–Mitt’s VP?

If John McCain had picked this man he would still be President and Tim VP! But failing to do so it looks 95% confident that Mitt will pick this man as VP! So get to know him because he is … Continue reading

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Nuclar Power Safety–Overlooked GAO report!

Nuclear Regulatory Commission Natural Hazard Assessments Could Be More Risk-Informed GAO-12-465, Apr 26, 2012 Highlights View Report (PDF, 54 pages) Additional Materials: Highlights Page (PDF, 1 page) Accessible Text Contact: Franklin W. Rusco (202) 512-3841   Office of Public Affairs (202) … Continue reading

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So does budget drive national security strategy?

An interesting new report and graphics at this link:

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Research Aid: FEMA History

NCJ Number: NCJ 212317 Title: FEMA’s Place in Policy, Law, and Management: A Hazardous Materials Perspective 1979-2003 (From Homeland Security Law and Policy, P 23-55, 2005, William C. Nicholson, ed. — See NCJ-212315) Author(s): William R. Cumming ; Richard T. … Continue reading

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The Earth’s Bounty–Fish Stocks!

A recent book that I found of interest is discussed below: from “In this brilliant portrait of the oceans’ unlikely hero, H. Bruce Franklin shows how menhaden have shaped America’s national—and natural—history, and why reckless overfishing now threatens their … Continue reading

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What did we know and when did we know it?

Let’s suppose that Mitt Romney takes over as President in 7 months and 20 days. What will be his first actions? If I told you what he has promised, even some for the first day, whether you are a DEM … Continue reading

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This Memorial Day Weekend–One of the reasons we [US] Speak Mostly English!

And here is the Sir Lawrence Olvier version of Shakespeare’s Henry V Act IV, Scene III

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