Monthly Archives: October 2004

The sham of the Kyoto Protocol

In addition to the excellent points raised in this article, the Kyoto Protocol should not be ratified by the US for other reasons. For example, why should the US sign a treaty that gives other countries control over our emissions? … Continue reading

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Quality marketing and sales insight

I spend a lot of my time focusing on the needs and desires of clients. Seth Godin is a fantastic resource for sales and marketing ideas. Deep insights and very practical. Highly recommended. Seth’s Blog Tweet This!TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

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Saddam "bought UN allies" with oil

This certainly explains a lot of the actions of such countries as France in the runup to the latest Iraq war. Times Online – Sunday Times Tweet This!TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

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Is the Media getting worse?

Back in April, I wrote a piece asking if newspaper are getting worse. There has been a lot of commentary on this since the Rathergate fiasco. However, Jack Shafer argues convincingly that the Media is getting better! Broder’s Blindness – … Continue reading

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