Archive for February, 2013

I guess it should be no surprise to anyone that North Korea has tested another nuclear device that according to the reports I have read is both smaller and more powerful than previous devices. This coupled with improvements that North Korea is making to its KN-08 ICBM, which are expected to give the missile a […]

Go Red for Women Luncheon

I would like to congratulate my wife Betty for her selection along with four other San Diego women as Legendary Women of the Heart by the local chapter of the American Heart Association. I unfortunately was unable to attend the Go Red for Women luncheon on Friday where the awards were presented, but from what […]

I was very interested to read an article in this week’s Washington Post about Google CEO Eric Schmidt’s belief that China will one day take action to break off its part of the Internet from the rest of the world. Schmidt believes that if China takes this step, then other countries and regions will be […]


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