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Interview – War Dogs Making it Home

Sometimes you don’t really appreciate what kind of wonderful friends you have. I have known Dr. Robert Smith and Dr. Roxanne (Rocky) Roberts for over a decade. I met them at one of the trauma meetings we attended back in the ’90s, if I’m not mistaken. Great folks. I had no idea that they were interested in helping veterans. Hell, we are all interested in helping veterans. The difference is that they have done something. This is a great low-cost solution that seems to be working. I’m for any solution that works and is basically drug free. The program is small, but they have already seen great results. The vets have praised this program. Check out this great program. (If you would like to know more, you can get more information here. Executive Summary of the program.)

By | 2012-05-02T16:29:00+00:00 March 20th, 2012|Military, Podcasts|4 Comments

A couple of things…

A couple of quick items this morning:

  • I do not think you have to be an economist to figure out that things are bad out there. In spite of Republican calls to slow down, I think we need to speed upHousing starts for January were down over 50% compared to January 2008.
  • President Barack Obama unveiled a $75 billion package to help prevent foreclosure on millions of homeowners. I’ll have to look at the details but it appears that this will help homeowners refinance their mortgages in order to make their payments easier. You can find the executive summary here.
  • The Federal Reserve issued its annual report, forecasting the behavior of the economy for the next three years. The outlook is, of course, not good.
  • For reasons that continue to escape me, people still listen to Alan Greenspan. He told the Financial Times yesterday that we need to look at some way of nationalizing the banks. I completely agree that this has to be done, but what took Greenspan so long?
  • Finally, Time magazine has come out with its list of the 25 most influential (best) blogs of 2009 and somehow the Daily Kos is not on it. Some of my favorite blogs do make the cut, including the Huffington Post, Crooks and Liars and Talking Points Memo. I would argue that the Daily Kos has changed the game like no other blog and has done so for the past six years.  I’ll have more on this later.
By | 2009-02-19T07:26:23+00:00 February 19th, 2009|Economy, Obama administration|Comments Off on A couple of things…