Sunday, October 28, 2007

Wazz Up, Brothers?


The Paradox Of Life in UT

"War is peace."
"Freedom is slavery."
"Ignorance is strength."

(George Orwell, 1984)


Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Daily Quotes

Let's thank God the worst thing is over! Let's just hope and pray for the people who suffered most. And let's praise for all the heroes...firefighters, 911 staff & policemen, military men, doctors & medical services, media & reporters, volunteers and the community of San Diego for their unity & discipline!
"Solidarity there is power, in unity there is power!"


Sunday, October 21, 2007

Marvyn Gaye's What's Going On?

Is World War III is upon us???. May God bless and have mercy on us all. Did ya'll here that lunatic Bush talking about World War III two days ago? You just don't talk like that today and still have sanity! Wake up people we have to do something this country!

This song captures the confusion and frustration of the times, that so many felt and still feel. this song convays in a very subtle way the non-violent protests methods, which were so popular in the times. this song still has such a great impact on people all around the world because the same confusion and frustraction still exists today.

What's Going On? - MTV All Stars Tribute [Christina Aguilera, Backstreet Boys, Mary J. Blige, Darren Hayes, Jennifer Lopez, NSYNC, Britney Spears etc...


Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Ben Stein Talks Retirement

Benjamin Jeremy Stein (born November 25, 1944) is an American writer and commentator, Emmy Award-winning actor, comedian, and game show host. He was also formerly a lawyer, law professor, and White House speechwriter. He is the son of noted economist and writer Herbert Stein.Read more>>>

(Part 1)Retirement Planning: Getting Started
First video in a three-part series on retirement planning, Ben Stein outlines basic steps to begin the retirement planning process, from the use of retirement planning calculators to tips on finding a financial advisor.

(Part 2)Retirement Income: How Much and How Do I Get It?
Second video in a three-part series on retirement planning, Ben Stein gives guidance on the estimated amount of retirement savings the average couple will need, and highlights key investment tools to bolster retirement savings.

(Part 3)Variable Annuities and Retirement Income
Third video in a three-part series on retirement planning, Ben Stein underscores the benefits of variable annuities as part of a comprehensive retirement plan, including his own family's positive experience using annuities to generate guaranteed retirement income.


Monday, October 15, 2007

San Diego-Imperial Counties Labor Council

What is the San Diego - Imperial Counties Labor Council?
The San Diego-Imperial Counties Labor Council is a central body affiliate of the AFL-CIO and was founded in 1902. Read more>>>

Sunday, October 14, 2007

U.S. vs. John Lennon

Go to "John Lennon" (The Official Site)

Pray Or Be Prey

"Prowls around like a lion, looking for some victim to devour." (1 Peter 5:8) Read more>>>

Pray or Prey
To pray is to 'talk' to your god; to prey on someone or something is to hunt, catch or exploit them: I pray that it won't rain today; It's been preying on my mind for some time now; The praying mantis is so called not because it preys on living insects for its food but because when at rest it folds its front legs as if praying.

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Monday, October 08, 2007

What Is Sociology?

Sociology (from Latin: socitus, "companion"; and the suffix -ology, "the study of", from Greek λόγος, lógos, "knowledge") is an academic and applied discipline that studies society and human social interaction. Sociological research ranges from the analysis of short contacts between anonymous individuals on the street to the study of global social processes. Numerous fields within the discipline focus on how and why people are organized in society, either as individuals or as members of associations, groups, and institutions. Read More>>>


What Is Capitalism?

The word capitalism is now quite commonly used to describe the social system in which we now live. It is also often assumed that it has existed, if not forever, then for most of human history. In fact, capitalism is a relatively new social system.
But what exactly does 'capitalism' mean?