I am an Ultra-Conservative, Alpha-Male, True Authentic Leader, Type "C" Personality, who is very active in my community; whether it is donating time, clothes or money for Project Concern or going to Common Council meetings and voicing my opinions. As a blogger, I intend to provide a different viewpoint "The way I see it!" on various world, national and local issues with a few helpful tips & tidbits sprinkled in.
First some info on the Webkinz so readers are up to speed courtesy of Wikipedia.
Day 20 – Still No real response from the Mayor – Inability to make decisions based on anything other than his own self-interest
Day 19 – Still No real response from the Mayor – We expect more & got less
Day 10 – Thursday May 15th 2008 - Still No real response from the Mayor – His public forum response said nothing
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Plagiarism – Most people do it every day without even knowing about it. You hear something on the news or in talking and now you accept it and state it.
This is my email to Gerber about the safety of plastics for children and their response.
Gag Order - Judicial ruling barring public disclosure or discussion (as by the press) of information related to a case; broadly: a similar nonjudicial prohibition against the release of confidential information or against public discussion of a sensitive matter. (Definition by Merriam-Webster)
While bopping around on the other My Community Now cities sites. I came across this link and story on Franklins’:
Many communities have found the right mix of housing, retail and manufacturing to keep it viable and Cudahy needs to do the same. Cities are places where people can live, learn, work, visit and play. They should offer a wide range of services - schools, parks, health care, stores, restaurants and transportation, just to name a few. Cities that are vibrant, safe, and attractive are where residents, visitors and businesses want to be. Cudahy has what is necessary to be successful; it just needs to move forward.
Drinking Bleach Prevents HIV, Mountain Dew Prevents Pregnancy
At the Plan Commission meeting, I received and handed out “YES Wal-Mart” signs. I kept a few for myself and my two neighbors.
“We” the nation, “We” the people, “We” the parents, “We” the teachers, need to radically change how we are educating our children, because the status quo is not working; the national graduation rate for the class of 1998 was 71%, for white students the rate was 78%, while it was 56% for African-American students and 54% for Latino students (Greene).