My Personal Healthcare Stories, Part 1.

Posted by on Oct 4, 2012 in health care, politics, small business | No Comments
My Personal Healthcare Stories, Part 1.

Since it is a presidential season, and heath care is up for debate once more, I want to speak to you a bit about my personal experience with health care in America, pre and post Obamacare.  This story is the first part of three. Health Care from the Small Business Perspective. In 2000, I went […]

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Of Tea Parties and Content Network Ads

I would love to get my hands on analytics for Web sites that sell tea online just for today, April 15. I noticed this ad while reading a Huffington Post article about the Tea Party in Washington D.C. This is an excellent example of real world events that effect online advertising. The web isn’t a […]

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Change.Gov

The new Obama administration has set up a transition information Web site in the same vein of the campaign Web site. There is a count down to the inauguration as well as you tube videos, jobs, agenda items, information about appointments and employment opportunities. I’m happy to see that the President-elect is continuing his commitment […]

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You Liberals

Posted by on Oct 8, 2008 in polemics, politics | No Comments

Found in the CNN comments at McCain aide: New York Times an ‘Obama advocacy organization’ NickNas – September 24th, 2008 12:42 pm ET All you need to know about Republicans is something called reverse psychology. Everything they say about liberals is really what they think about themselves. You liberals are all celebrities, yet Ronald and Arnold […]

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