Thursday, June 03, 2010

No more Drilling...

we are very screwed...
From Investors Daily: The Drill Is Gone
Suspicions in some quarters that the administration was being deliberately lax in its response to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico in order to pursue a larger, anti-domestic energy agenda were met with derision. But if not deliberate, the effect is the same as the administration prepares to shut down our search for new oil.

Wednesday, June 02, 2010

Principle of Subsidiarity

Catholic as catholic can be...
One of the key principles of Catholic social thought is known as the principle of subsidiarity. This tenet holds that nothing should be done by a larger and more complex organization which can be done as well by a smaller and simpler organization.

Saturday, May 01, 2010

1894 midterm election

From Wiki...
U.S. House election, 1894 was a realigning election—a major Republican landslide that set the stage for the decisive Election of 1896. The elections of members of the United States House of Representatives in 1894 came in the middle of President Grover Cleveland's second term. The nation was in its deepest economic depression ever following the Panic of 1893, so economic issues were at the forefront. In the spring, a major coal strike damaged the economy of the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic. It was accompanied by violence; the miners lost and many moved toward the Populist party. Immediately after the coal strike concluded, Eugene V. Debs led a nationwide railroad strike, called the Pullman Strike. It shut down the nation's transportation system west of Detroit for weeks, until President Cleveland's use of federal troops ended the strike. Debs went to prison (for disobeying a court order). Illinois' Governor John Peter Altgeld, a Democrat, broke bitterly with Cleveland. The fragmented and disoriented Democratic Party was crushed everywhere outside the South, losing more than half its seats to the Republican Party. Even in the South, the Democrats lost seats to Republican-Populist electoral fusion in Alabama, Texas, Tennessee, and North Carolina.[1][2] The Democrats lost 125 seats in the election while the Republicans won 130 seats. This makes the 1894 election the largest midterm election victory in the entire history of the United States.
Praying that this coming 2010 midterm election will mirror 1894! President Grover Cleveland was a Democrat too. 1896 presidential election of President McKinley is significant to the Philippines, Cuba and Puerto Rico.
[ht: commenter#6, bkm]

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Dollar to Phpeso, LLC's end of the line...!

'if you're in a hole, stop digging!'...
The Independent Review/Auditor came on Monday. At the end of the two hour audit, my mind was made up. There is no end in sight for my business. USA Patriot Act was renewed this year by with nary any revision in regards to foreign money remitters. The new governor of the state of New Jersey have other priorities to balance the budget and reduce the billion dollars deficit to have the energy to reduce state regulations. My customer base is stagnant! I had not one new client the whole year of 2009 and my regular client's remittance amount are at it's lowest ever.

I pick up Kk at daycare after the audit.
On my way home on the NJ Turnpike north is a billboard that says 'After you die, you see God' Rev. 1:7.
The complete scripture on NAB:
Behold, he is coming amid the clouds, and very eye will see him, even those who pierced him. All the people of the earth will lament him. Yes. Amen. [Revelation 1:7]
I thought of my beloved sister, C'yoy. For the first time since she left, my dam broke. On my iphone music blaring was the Beatles song 'When I'm Sixty-Four'. I'll be 64 in July. She would have been 62 a day before my 64th. She left at about the same age as our mother at 61 in 1983.
I have no more energy, patience and funds for all the Federal and New Jersey State compliance requirement to maintain a Foreign Money Remitter license.
The dissolution of the business is effective when the payment and all documentation are received by New Jersey Division of Revenue.
I run this business more years than most of my nursing jobs. The only nursing job I work longer was at University Hospital, Neuro-surgical Intensive Care Unit. DtP outlasted Wachovia, First National Bank brand and the CEO of BoA.

Thursday, April 22, 2010

Philippine Presidential Election, May 10, 2010

As a candidate for President of the Philippines...

These are my Platforms...
1. Simplify process to start a business. No government intrusion in all businessess.
2. Cut all taxes down to 10% - capital gains, personal income, business income, tariff.
3. Initiate jury system immediately.

that's all...

but I missed the deadline of submission...

Saturday, April 17, 2010

from Vatican tweet...

Pope Benedict XVl in Malta...
The world needs this witness! In the face of so many threats to the sacredness of human life, and to the dignity of marriage and the family, do not our contemporaries need to be constantly reminded of the grandeur of our dignity as God’s children and the sublime vocation we have received in Christ? Does not society need to reappropriate and defend those fundamental moral truths which remain the foundation of authentic freedom and genuine progress?

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Freedom by Paul Anka

Title of the song is Freedom For The World.
Freedom for you and me. Look at the madness, The faces of sadness, The people who try to survive. And why is it so, The children are wondering why. We've broken the promise, The truth is upon us. Somehow we're living a lie And why don't we start, The start being smart, you and I. Just look around, what do you see? Is this the way we want it to be. I can't believe the way we carry on. are we wrong? Ev'rybody all over the world, We've got to get along. If we don't get together, we'll be gone. Talking 'bout freedom for you and me. Freedom for the world. I said freedom for you and me. Freedom for the world. Got to have freedom for you and me. Freedom for the world. Look at tomorrow Think of the sorrow. Think of the price we'll pay. Look to your heart. And love will lead the way. People are praying. People are saying. How long can this go on. It just isn't right. To fight for the right to belong. Ev'rybody all over the world. Raise your voices in song. If we don't get together, we'll be gone. Talking 'bout freedom for you and me. Freedom for the world. We need freedom. Freedom for you and me. Freedom for the world. We need freedom for you and me. Freedom for the world. I said freedom for you and me. Freedom for the world. Ev'rybody wants freedom for you and me. Freedom for the world. We got to have some freedom. Freedom for you and me. Ev'rybody needs it for the world. I said freedom. Freedom for you and me. Freedom for the world. Ev'rybody said you got you got to have freedom. Freedom for you and me. Freedom for the world. We've got to have it. Freedom for you and me. Freedom for the world. Ev'rybody wants it

Monday, April 12, 2010

kids, adult kids today, don't want dirty hands, hence...

This article reminds me a remark my bff's son implied: 'went to college so as not to dirty hands working in the shop'. Smart kid with leftist views.
Mind you, 'shop' is a machinist factory started from scratch by his enterprising late grandfather, presently run by his uncle as well as his father. His late grandfather and recently deceased grandmother, I greatly admire as Great Americans - entrepreneurs, generous and accepting of people of all race and creed. May both rest in peace and in the bosom of the Lord's kingdom!

Wednesday, March 03, 2010

Twitpic from Astronaut Soichi

View from outer space...
Manila, Philippines. Per request... on Twitpic
Click on picture for larger view and more Twitpic from Astronaut Soichi.

Sunday, February 28, 2010


Soichi Noguchi 野口 聡一
Location Space Station
Web http://iss.jaxa.j...
Bio ISS Expedition 22/23. Staying the International Space Station. Tweeting live from space!
Full Moon high up in the sky. on Twitpic

click on picture to enlarge and link to Astronaut Soichi Noguchi's tweet page...

Thursday, February 25, 2010

Money Laundering Laws Force Banks to Spy on Us, But They Are Ineffective Against Crime

by Dan Mitchell
The University of Basel’s Institute of Governance recently published a map showing the nations most linked to dirty money. What made the map interesting is that only one of the 28 nations listed was a so-called tax haven, thus exposing the left-wing lie that low-tax jurisdictions are somehow hotbeds of dirty money.
A more fundamental question is whether anti-money laundering laws are an effective way of fighting crime. The evidence is not encouraging. The system costs billions of dollars each year. Banks are forced to set up expensive monitoring systems to snoop on their customers. They are then required to send reports to the government for all large or unusual transactions. Theoretically, these reports are supposed to alert law enforcement to patterns of criminal activity, but since banks are compelled to send millions of reports every year, it is impossible to sift through haystacks of data to find needles of criminal activity. This is why conservatives, such as a former Reagan Justice Department official John Yoder, think the laws do more harm than good. This six-minute video from the Center for Freedom and Prosperity explains why the time has come for politicians to reconsider the current approach.

from: big

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Thursday, February 18, 2010

District 34, NJ State Legislators 2010-11

Clifton City, East Orange, Glen Ridge, Montclair, West Paterson