Good day to you all . I write this first about us type post with the intention of self-aggrandizement …. Whoa now , just a second you say … But its not what you think . I speak for the promotion of our new website and not of myself . I’ll leave the self promotion to the denizens of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue
As our blog readership grows it is hoped that the growth will manifest itself in visibility for our project. The blog was started as a way for us to supply the site’s editorial page with content on a minute to minute basis without the hassle of constantly updating the site .
It is working well in all respects but one ; a great deal of our readership is viewing us at the WordPress blog address and it would be much more productive for us if you viewed our posts from the website , thus building our exposure to the wider world of the web .
We need video submissions to get the site rolling and to capture and hold people’s interest . Please if you or your friends have first person vids of importance tell them about us .
We are very excited about the ” sunshine project ” as we call it , but we can’t succeed without viewer input . Spread the word and help us spread the light . Thanks , JG
Posted by John Galt
It’s like learning that 1 trillion seconds
equals 38,688 years, while the average
human life spans 2.4 billion seconds —
among analogies compiled by the Heritage
Foundation to help explain the gravity of
the national debt. Well, here’s another
one, this inspired by the Mega Millions
jackpot, a mere $6560 million.
“The largest jackpot ever would be spent
by the federal government in 80 minutes,”
reads a caption by Indianapolis Star
editorial cartoonist Gary Varvel in his
“To see how fast the federal government is
spending money, divide the budget for
2011 by 8,760 hours in a year you get over
$400 million per hour,” Mr. Varvel
explains. “If you spent $1 million every
day since the time Christ was born until
now, you will have spent approximately $
735 billion. Think about that. $1 million
every day for 2012 years and you still will
not have spent $1 trillion. And we’re $
15.5 trillion in debt. Where will it
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