Wednesday, June 30, 2010

ECONOMY TODAY

Do our leaders in Washington and Madison actually believe everybody can work for the government? The notion seems bizarre, but how else do you explain the reaction of President Obama and Governor Doyle to the continued loss of private sector jobs?
Last month, seasonally adjusted figures from theDepartment of Workforce Development (DWD) showed another 8,000 Wisconsin private-sector jobs disappearing.


Monday, June 28, 2010

What Is Love?

Because it is without need,

it seeks to take nothing not freely given.

It seeks to give nothing not joyously welcomed.

And it is free. Love is that which is free,

for freedom is the essence of what God is,

and love is God, expressed.

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

The World's Most Secretive Businessmen - CNBC

Link

Famous Mobsters

The mafia. The mob. La Cosa Nostra. Whatever you call it, America's national crime syndicate is powerful, entrenched and almost impossible to nullify.

Federal and local law enforcement have tried to stamp out organized crime for almost as many years as it has existed. The sheer size and scope of organized crime makes that nearly impossible.

Monday, June 21, 2010

window in the sky


The world outside my window almost always looks calm and peaceful.
I ask my self as the night fall in and my eyes starting to closed.
Will the sun come out tomorrow? will I see it from my window?
I move my bed closed to the window so I can see the sun rise in the morning.


Sunday, June 20, 2010

JUNETEENTH

On June 19 In a town in Texas black were declared not longer slave








Today in a Town name Fond du Lac, Wisconsin

we Celebrate FREEDOM

we Celebrate Diversity

we Celebrate Culture
we celebrate Unity

We Celebrate Humanity

We celebrate Love











Lets start we our children
they are the future



In 2008 the National Geography
declared Fond du Lac Best town to live can you see why?

Monday, June 14, 2010

Saturday, June 5, 2010

The Big Idea

The Big Idea is that there is only One God, and this One God does not care whether you are Catholic or Protestant, Jewish or Muslim, Hindu or Mormon, or have no religion at all.

The Big Idea is that all we have to do is love each other, and everything else in our world will take care of itself out of our willingness to act in loving ways with each other.

The Big Idea is that none of us is any better than any other of us.

The Big Idea is that all the earth's natural resources belong to all the world's people, and this has nothing to do with what land mass that resource is located on, over, or under.

Tuesday, June 1, 2010