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Archive for December 2007

Wednesday Monday Hero

December 26, 2007

This week’s hero was suggested by Cindy & Kathi Each year, around this time, since 1992, the Arlington National Cemetery has something happen to it. It gets covered in vibrant green Christmas wreaths. The wreaths are donated by a man named Merrill Worcester who is the owner of the Worcester Wreath Co. in Maine. From […]

Wedensday hero: SSgt mike Mills

December 23, 2007

This Weeks Hero Was Suggested By Leo SSgt. Mike Mills On June 14, 2005 SSgt. Mike Mills’s life was forever changed. The HETT(Heavy Equipment Transport System) he was riding in was hit by an IED. The attack resulted a cracked clavicle and scapula bones, dislocate shoulder, broken left hip, 4 out of 5 bones broken […]

Remember Me

December 18, 2007

I am off for Christmas. My internet will be spotty at best. And, i wanted to take a minute and bring us all to remembrance. It’s good to remember. Any Soldier Take time this Christmas, and throughout each year, to let a soldier know they are not forgotten. Visit Any Soldier to find out how. […]

12/14 Morning Report

December 14, 2007

Tired of TV reruns? Well, it’s going to get worse. The Writer’s Guild filed a complaint with the NLRB. Nothing new. Lots of groups do this to turn up negotiation pressure. Unfortunately, it will be up to 30 days before an investigator is assigned to the case. With the main issue being streamed or downloaded […]

12/12 Wednesday Hero: Bill Juneau

December 12, 2007

This Week’s Hero Was Suggested By Louie Bill Juneau36 years old from Rush City, MinnesotaNovember 27, 2007 If there was one thing Bill Juneau loved as much as his country, it was his dog, Jake. The accident-prone black Lab, who has been hit by two cars, had a toe amputated on his right paw and […]

12/11 Morning Report

December 11, 2007

Hugo Chavez is making a lot of moves these days, despite having lost his referendum push at home. The Banco del Sur is slated to take the place of the IMF, which Chavez describes as a “tool of Washington.” Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Uruguay and Venezuela have all joined the initiative. Chile and Peru […]

12/07 Morning Report

December 7, 2007

The good news? Employers added 94,000 jobs in November, and unemployment held steady at 4.7%. The bad news? The jobs report showed a loss of 33,000 jobs in goods-producing industries during November while 127,000 jobs were created in service-providing businesses. Manufacturing industries continued to shed employees, cutting 11,000 jobs last month on top of the […]

12/5 Wednesday Hero: Marty & Sue Horn

December 5, 2007

This Week’s Hero Was Suggested By Mark Bell Marty and Sue Horn Born in Philadelphia, Marty Horn spent 20 years in the Army as a Military Policeman, retiring in 1993 and going to work in Internet technologies. In 2003, his son Brian Horn deployed to Iraq. Trying to support their son’s unit, Marty and his […]

12/3 Morning Report

December 3, 2007

What does the media tell you? And what does it leave out? Well, let’s consider sex education for a moment. The Associated Press reported on a study showing two-thirds of adults think giving out condoms aat school is a good thing. But, there seem to be quite a few inconsistencies in the report—and the survey. […]