Allow me to surprise some of you. I’m a deeply religious person, and I’m pro-choice. So are many others in my Presbyterian congregation in suburban Upper Arlington, Ohio. So are many other deeply religious people and clergy (men and women) who I work with across Ohio through the Ohio Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice. We come from Judaic, Methodist, Presbyterian, Episcopal, United Church of Christ, Unitarian Universalist, and Lutheran faiths. Yes, you read that right. Religion and Choice. In fact, when the Ohio legislature writes law...more
"Unrest in the Midwest" is probably an understatement. Wisconsin passed its union-busting bill through the Senate without having a quorum, and the citizens are -- understandably -- a bit upset. While they were busy protesting last night in Madison, Michael Moore appeared on Rachel Maddow's show to talk about what all of this means. And he didn't mince words: "This is war."
Unions across the United States have been under attack this week as states like Ohio and Wisconsin are working to pass bills that would end collective bargaining -- among other things. The tension has been high in the state capitols of Columbus and Madison, with thousands of supporters and opponents verbally clashing and raising the volume to that of a chainsaw... or twelve.
Over 4th July2010---spent a quiet time trying to build up steam..to start......writing my articles book,poems for publishing. My incredible dream..Will it happen????
That may be the reason for this blog...(hope you keep coming back to find out the end of this reality based adventure)---on BLOGHER--hoping her will give the sanctuery of writing-editng.
I may get distracted...with an occassional friend....trying to find life's meaning by going within..I lov cooking...shoping for bargains...even as a guy. It's embarrasing....more
Yesterday I braved the heat and made my way to the library with a
book that I found… four months overdue. It had been misplaced and
hidden by other books. I found it about a week ago and placed it at the
top of the stairs so that I would remember to take it back to the
library. But Library Guilt made me ignore it for awhile. Finally, as I
knew the boys were jonesing for some new books, I sucked it up and made
my way to the library.
Many entrepreneurial businesses start in the proprietor’s home. For some, this is exciting; while others miss the personal connection and water cooler conversation of the office. If you are an entrepreneur that misses having a co-worker to shoot the breeze with, coworking might just be for you.