Posts by: danmillerinpanama

El Presidente Chávez is probably dying and Fidel Castro has warned about blood (not Chávez’ blood) in the streets. He may well be right, for the wrong reasons. Venezuela became a mess, gradually, after el Presidente Chávez took over the government in 1999. Change came slowly for a few years but eventually the pace accelerated; […]

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Governance of a free people requires their continuously earned trust. Verification is needed to preserve that trust when it is justified and to destroy that trust when it is no longer justified. That is not solely the function of the principal media. Governance with decreasing mutual trust requires the use of ever increasing compulsion if […]

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‘ Even the most essential of our human rights are being withheld by “our” government. Unless we fix the problems ourselves soon, The U.N. Human Rights Commission must intervene to bring truth, fairness, justice and the American Way for all. The United States Constitution Declaration of Independence states with great clarity, We hold these truths […]

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Even the most essential of our human rights are being withheld by “our” government. Unless we fix the problems ourselves soon, The U.N. Human Rights Commission must intervene to bring truth, fairness, justice and the American Way for all. The United States Constitution Declaration of Independence states with great clarity, We hold these truths to […]

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Together, we must move forward toward a new dawn with President Obama showing the way. He must lead, not just some but all of us, as he has from the very beginning. President Obama’s November 2008 election victory was foreordained by his passionate yet humble nomination acceptance speech from between majestic Greek columns formed of […]

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Fairness is good, unfairness is bad. Peace is good, war is bad. ‘Tis better to be rich and healthy than sick and poor. Having brought us courageously from the dark and into The Light, President Obama is also leading us out of slavery begat of stingy unfairness and into the blessed promised land of milk […]

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Douglas Adams’ Ravenous Bugblatter Beast is a beacon lighting the way for government. The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy clarifies much that would otherwise remain puzzling to sentient beings. With the explanations it provides, even carbon-based, bipedal ape-descended life forms on Earth — who are “so amazingly primitive that they still think digital watches are […]

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The United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20) will be held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on June 20-22. It follows the important Rio+20 unsustainable deterioration conference held earlier this year which shaped its agenda. United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has urged President Obama to attend, labeling it “crucial.”

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