Category: Letters

Putting Out a Contract (on a Writer) Part I

April 10th, 2015, No Comments

WARNING: This page is about the business of doing business. Please fasten your seat belts and keep your arms and legs inside the car at all times. CONTRACTS Going about the business of life generally requires the signing of various contracts. From the complexities of mortgage agreements to the presumed ease of buying a SIM […]

Putting Out A Contract (on a Writer) PART II

April 10th, 2015, No Comments

The Escargot Series – A thriller with an ear towards the future. Part II – Tracking Down The Problem The last post above was about the police inquiry made to determine if I’d been dealing with a case of identity theft at a phishing site. That letter obtained a reply. From: Raiderpublishing
 Sent: Friday, May […]

When It Isn’t All About You – The Indiana Law

April 7th, 2015, No Comments

(Links are not posting reliably so please excuse the URLs in the post used for proper attribution. I’ll be editing older posts for the same purpose.) Many states are seeking to reprise Federal restatements about religious freedoms. These state-by-state activities pose an urgent question. Why do legislators at local levels believe that kind of repetition […]

Is Night Driving Driving You Into Blindness?

May 28th, 2014, No Comments

I drive quite a lot as I move about for my health in a seasonal manner. Rarely driving at night, the odd need to do so indicated just how problematic this is nowadays. Modern vehicles are now equipped or modified with forms of lighting that literally seem to burn out your eyes as they warm […]

Dear EPA…

March 9th, 2014, No Comments

This winter has been awful for record cold, snow falls and even Atlanta, Georgia has experienced two major ice storms this year. I was hoping to stay warm in the Hilton Head area of South Carolina, a great option for its environmentally friendly ways as home to sea turtles. In homage to those turtles, Hilton […]

The ‘Decline’ of Medical Care in the Empire State

February 20th, 2014, No Comments

New York City and vicinity has the best of everything and the worst of everything, a fact to which all great cities can attest. In New York, I’ve been able to have rarely diagnosed conditions identified through the perseverance of someone born to the theme of “I can do this!” Expertise is all around us […]

Contractual Slavery – An Illegal Concept

February 15th, 2014, No Comments

Today’s New York Times describes how girls from poor countries can inadvertently be sold into “Indentured Servitude” by their families in the belief that they will obtain ‘positions’ as domestic servants. In most of today’s contracts, employers specify that the individuals they hire are employed on an ‘at will’ basis. This means workers can be […]

The Sure Heart – Reflections Upon the Medicare System

October 28th, 2013, No Comments

The USA has a very important system of support for Americans who have long believed that we must live beyond our sixty-plus hour work-weeks in order to actually enjoy retirement. It is truly at the heart of any discussion of our work habits. While US citizens are among the hardest working individuals in the western […]

Anti-Semitism in Israel

September 9th, 2013, No Comments

It is with the greatest disgust that I report upon the futility of public educational systems which continue to graduate ignorance in the form of anti-Semitic adults. People who have never even met a Jewish person are visiting Israel and professing our great, good fortune that Jews ‘run the world’. I kid you not! Always […]

Refugee World

September 6th, 2013, No Comments

The news leads one to believe that soon there will be more refugees than settled citizens in any of our nations. Hearing open talk of the millions of displaced individuals in flight from divisions within countries like Syria, the questions raised include: –How shallow are the roots of the people ejected from the nation of […]

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