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Walden: a classic for these troubled economic times
Walden’s lessons are especially fitting for these tough economic times.
Walden: a classic for these troubled economic times
I first read Walden when I was twenty years old and just getting started in life. I was awestruck by Thoreau’s example of living happily on very little, struck by how foolish it is to work so hard to acquire possessions we do not need, and envied the freedom that comes from not having so much to take care of.
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Miller's Daughter Bat Mitzvah Generates Ethics Opinion
Secretary Miller - not every proud dad gets an executive ethics opinon
Miller's Daughter Bat Mitzvah Generates Ethics Opinion
The Executive Ethics Commission said Finance & Admin Cabinet Secretary Jonathan Miller's daughter can't receive gifts valued at over $25 from those “doing business with, regulated by, seeking grants from, involved in litigation against, or lobbying or attempting to influence the Secretary’s official actions or the actions of his state agency (Finance)…”. But it is okay for her to accept lobbyist gifts from those not dealing with his Cabinet – as long as he reports gifts that are worth over $200. Advisory Opinion 09-15:
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Whitfield Really Looked at Senate Run
Caleb Smith, the Kentucky Wordsmith has an exclusive story about Rep. Ed Whitfield (R-1st CD) and how close he came to running for Jim Bunning’s seat. Check out his front page story at www.kywordsmith.com
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