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Budget and “headcount”: why so important?

Budget and “headcount”: why so important?

By Larry Stein “Headcount” refers to the number of full time equivalent people in an organization, department or project. Some people ask me about my obsession with headcounts. In small businesses, owners know who works for them, since they usually sign the paychecks and hand them out personally. As businesses grow the practice of personally […]

Declaration of Independence: Still in effect

Declaration of Independence: Still in effect

      By George Miller The Declaration of Independence has never been rescinded and is STILL ready for use against tyranny- foreign or domestic, with only minor wording changes needed, if need be. Celebrate our independence this week, but jealously guard it against infringement always. Original text of the Declaration follows. It is the […]

What can NRG do for our community?

What can NRG do for our community?

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If You Don’t Watch FOX …

If You Don’t Watch FOX …

  .   On FOX News channel’s “The Kelly File, viagra order ” host Megyn Kelly issued the following scathing review of the current Administration: “Is Barack Obama’s Presidency imploding?  Al Qaida is resurging; Iraq is disintegrating… and now we may look to Iran to help us stop it.  Iran – A terrorist regime responsible […]

The Lois Lerner emails – are they really lost?

The Lois Lerner emails – are they really lost?

    . By Jim O’Brien It would seem the news media, even FOX, is not getting the irrelevance of Lois Lerner’s hard drive.  Everybody keeps focusing on the fact that LL’s hard drive crashed and therefore all emails are lost.  Even Congressmen seem to be ignorant because they keep repeating the IRS talking points that a personal hard drive crash […]

A Modest Proposal

A Modest Proposal

  .     Editor’s note: We didn’t write this and lay no claim to its contents. Sometimes you just have to put your tongue in your cheek and go for it. For Preventing The Children of Poor People in Mexico and Central America From Being A burden to Their Parents or Country, and For […]

From the region: Nightmare in Iraq–Don’t say we didn’t warn you

From the region: Nightmare in Iraq–Don’t say we didn’t warn you

by Arie Egozi  

Just a reminder

Just a reminder

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Fathers’ Day 2014

Fathers’ Day 2014

                        Once a year, cialis we have a special holiday to honor fathers all over America. Everyone has a father, viagra sale whether he is still alive, prostate or around, or not. While people can grow up without one and even come out OK, […]

Politics and the Benefits of “Experience”

Politics and the Benefits of “Experience”

      Lately I’ve heard the popularization of the “I’m not a career politician” campaign slogan from local candidates and others around the country. I get the populist appeal of that marketing strategy, viagra 60mg and I think the concept has merit, but it’s not that simple. We’ve all heard that joke about one […]