November 11, 2005

The National Debt Increases by a Whopping $3.48 Billion Dollars Per Day
Check it out at U.S. National Debt Clock. It would appear that the Bush administration has little or no concern about the problem. After all, the oil oligarchy and those persons associated with it continue to get richer. The citizens of the United States must take matters into their own hands, though I doubt most of us are able to focus long enough to do what is necessary. In hopes that I am wrong about the average American's ability to focus on the actual issues instead of the fog of devisive issues the current Republican administration has manufactured, I have devised a four step plan to save our economy at the same time we save our planet from increased global warming and pollution. The umbrella factor in the plan is to stop spending SELECTIVELY because the economy registers consumer’s desires. If you want our nation to invest in alternative energy sources and to stop invading foreign countries there are several things you can do. First, cut back on your energy consumption in general, and second, stop consuming so much oil. Third, don’t invest in companies that have anything to do with defense such as Halliburton, the Vice President’s little baby. Forth, we all must save our money. Every one of us with disposable income should be saving at least five percent of our income, preferably more in an attempt to offset the Federal government’s profligate spending. I will call these 4 items the Economic Green Plan.

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I will not make any dire predictions here about the status of our nations economy. Plenty others are doing that. However, if enough of us begin to do the Economic Green Plan, we may, just may, be able to lesson or prevent the economic collapse that WILL otherwise come.

Katrina Relief


Donate money to the American Friends Service Committee for relief along the Gulf Coast. Long term help is necessary to return the poor to their parishes and repair the damage done to those neighborhoods that gave New Orleans it’s cuisine and culture. Soon, the Red Cross will move on to other crises. The Friends are much more likely to do good things for the unfortunate people of the region than anyone I can think of. They do not discriminate, and they will not proselytize while helping.


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