With all the yakking about the Morning TV Wars, some of it invoking my name, it is interesting to note that once again the story line being fed to readers with a familiar breathless tone is Chicks Duke It Out On Morning TV. Some perspective from someone who lived through this some years ago. There is nothing for me to gain by speaking out - except the personal satisfaction of knowing I spoke on behalf of these women when everyone else was silent. Read on ...
Are you a pet lover but someone in your house is allergic? GREAT NEWS: Fido and Fluffy might NOT be the cause of the sneezing! My husband is sometimes allergic .... growing up he never had a dog or cat. Me? I have had pets all my life, including the pony that lived in our kitchen (but that's a story for another day!) and I am NOT allergic. New science seems to indicate my allergy-free status might be thanked in part to my pets! Read on!
We've seen a spectacular outpouring from the recent deaths of two music icons from two different generations. One wonders if either Whitney Houston or Davy Jones knew the deep affection they enjoyed from thousands of fans. Chances are, if you were a fan, you never got to tell either one of them. But what about the people you DO see -- do they know how you feel about them?
Rick Perry may have torpedoed his presidential hopes with his 53 second 'brown out' during the recent Republican presidential debate. Would a little ESTROGEN have helped? Maybe not for guys -- but a new study just out from Vanderbilt U. may be a Godsend to those women who keep forgetting ....well, lots of things.
Motivation. There are days when we all need a little -- or a LOT. But what' the best way to find it -- and how can we motivate others, who either look to us for guidance -- or -- who we need motivated to perform? Read on ...
They say it's getting pretty smelly down in lower Manhattan where the Occupy Wall Street protests are now entering their fourth week. What exactly is being protested seems to vary depending upon whom you talk to down there.
Ten years after the terror attack on America, we pause to remember what we lost that day. And what we've gained ...
Who needs to visit Disney World? The stock market roller coaster is enough of a wild ride!
As gold hits record highs and fear seems to be winning hearts and minds, wouldn't it be nice to see some leadership -- not press conferences -- come from Washington DC. Perhaps the men and women who serve in Congress might consider skipping their vacation and coming back to DC and working -- not bickering. How about a budget? How about a real deficit reduction plan. Waiting for the Supercommittee until November/December? Imagine how the markets will react in interim if nothing happens?
Business will get back to business when it knows the policies it has to live by won't sabotage its efforts to produce products, provide services, employe people, and -- curse words to some, i know: make a profit!
Perhaps JFK had it right:
“Paradoxically the way to increase tax revenues is to cut tax rates.”
President John F. Kennedy
Did you know that 80% of the caregiving in this country is provided by families? And – since families are really the front line of health care, it’s important for all of us to be as well informed as is humanly possible. If you’ve got older parents, chances are you’ll be one of their best resources as they negotiate the healthcare system.
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It boils down to one word: Leadership. Seems like there isn't any of it coming from Washinton, which acts like it never saw the S & P downgrade coming. If the market reaction early Monday is saying anything it is this, "Washington, get serious about debt reform and forget the political posturing."
Voters are watching and they will not have forgotten what you do now come next November 2012.