Monthly Archives: September 2011

Stating the Obvious — 26 September 2011

The Palestinians, as the saying goes, never miss an opportunity to miss an opportunity. This time, however, they seem to have made their own opportunity to come up empty-handed.  The misguided attempt to circumvent the negotiating process with Israel by … Continue reading

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The President Declares War — 19 September 2011

The President is stuck, following policies that have failed, but unable to change course.  For the last two years, voters have been telling him in no uncertain terms that they don’t like the direction of his policies: first it was … Continue reading

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Reflections — 12 September 2011

To this day, I cannot witness a sunny, blue-sky September day, bright and clear as crystal, without a twinge of sadness, laced with a whiff a dread.  That is one of my lingering impressions of 9-11.   That such remorseless, … Continue reading

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Happy Lack of Labor Day! — 5 September 2011

This Thursday an anxious and impatient America will wait with collective breath baited for a) the President’s long-awaited speech on job creation, or b) the start of the pro football season.  Take your pick.  With last Friday’s very downbeat employment … Continue reading

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