The goal for our third European trip of the last year was to fully check out the French railway system with trips south to Provence and west of Paris to Normandy. On the front, middle and back ends of the trip, we wanted to get a complete picture of how business was faring in Paris […]
Archives for October 2011
You would not know it by the polls, but Newt Gingrich stands heads and shoulders above the field in the ongoing series of Republican debates.
The lines have been drawn on pension reform legislation in Rhode Island. After 10 months, tension as thick as fog remained between its two architects, Governor Lincoln Chafee and General Treasurer Gina Raimondo. At the 11th hour, Chafee pushed to include local plans. Raimondo chose to focus first on the state plan. Both of their […]
Debbie and I just returned from our third European trip of the last year. We have decided to make Paris our home base as we continue to expand our research on a wide front. It has become increasingly clear that the European monetary union has reached the critical stage. If the Euro blows up, in what […]
The Des Moines Register has put together a compelling five-question list for Dr.Paul.
Improvements in training, body armor, and medical evacuation and care have saved lives in combat, but many of the wounds received during operations in Afghanistan and Iraq have resulted in amputations. Begun in 2006, DARPA’s Revolutionizing Prosthetics program set out to expand prosthetic arm options for today’s wounded warriors. The program funded two teams to […]
Earlier this year, Herman Cain was in California attending a private conference hosted by two successful and prominent businessmen to discuss issues of national interest. During the conference, about 1,000 SEIU protestors gathered across the street, chanting slogans against the group. In his new book released last week, This Is Herman Cain!, Cain writes, “My […]