Posts Tagged ‘middle class’

Getting the Kids Ready for the Competition: Our Investment in Educating Joey

The kangaroo young are called “Joey” – whether male or female. For our young, its’ a little different. It used to be Dick and Jane. Today, we’re a little fancier. In our clan our young are Zach and Jett and Eva. But whether we’re kangaroos or humans, our responsibilities are the same: raise ‘em, protect […]


May 7, 1945 – May 7, 2011: Patriotism – its Decline and Fall – and Opportunity for Rebirth

May 7, 1945 was a special day. World War II ended in Europe on May 7, 1945 when German emissaries met with General Dwight Eisenhower at his schoolhouse headquarters in Reims, France. The New York Times headlines announced to an anxious world that on this day, Germany surrendered unconditionally. Thus, the ‘first leg” of the […]


The Race We Better Not Lose!

The National Post, a Canadian conservative newspaper, published a telling article January 30, 2010, Poverty stalks the middle class. The article was about the United States, not Canada. The article was based on a 43-page report from the U. S. Department of Commerce, issued January 25, 2010. The report concludes: It is more difficult now […]