Thursday, April 23, 2009

To my fellow peasants.

They already owned you. Now they have made debt slaves of your Children. Next year they will own your Grandchildren. Along with the loss of freedom goes a loss of honor for having let our precious freedom slip away without protest.

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

AIG Board

AIG Board of Directors

We are those that rob from the poor and give to ourselves

Who to Blame
Codes of Conduct
"Each director, executive officer, and senior financial officer owes a duty to AIG to act with
integrity. Integrity requires, among other things, being honest and candid."
Contact the Board

Biography PhotoStephen F. Bollenbach
Former Co-Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Hilton Hotels Corporation

Biography PhotoDennis D. Dammerman
Former Vice Chairman of the Board
General Electric Company

Former Chairman
GE Capital Services

Biography PhotoMartin S. Feldstein
Professor of Economics
Harvard University

President Emeritus
National Bureau of Economic Research

Biography PhotoEdward M. Liddy
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
American International Group, Inc.

Biography PhotoGeorge L. Miles, Jr.
President and Chief Executive Officer
WQED Multimedia

Biography PhotoSuzanne Nora Johnson
Senior Director
Former Vice Chairman
The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc.

Biography PhotoMorris W. Offit
Offit Capital Advisors LLC

Founder and Former
Chief Executive Officer OFFITBANK

Biography PhotoJames F. Orr III
Chairman of the Board of Trustees
The Rockefeller Foundation

Virginia M. Rometty
Senior Vice President
Global Sales and Distribution
IBM Corporation

Biography PhotoMichael H. Sutton

Former Chief Accountant of the United States Securities and
Exchange Commission

Biography PhotoEdmund S. W. Tse
Senior Vice Chairman, Life Insurance
American International Group, Inc.

Friday, February 13, 2009

Opportunities abound

Here a just a few opportunities out there for free training and artistic grants around Alaska

Alaska Works Partnership’s Helmets to Hardhats program offers veterans and active duty personnel thinking about leaving the military the opportunity to use their hard-earned military experience to transition into a career in the building trades.

Alaska Works Partnership’s Construction Academies offer basic construction training for adults,
18 and older. Many classes are taught at night and on weekends, allowing people to keep their
day jobs while training for better-paying careers in construction.

Courses may include basic carpentry, plumbing, electricity, drywall finishing, stick welding,
blueprint reading and construction trades’ math. Health and safety and other certification
courses are offered to those completing one or more core classes. Core classes are 50 hours of
training, except Welding (28 hours) and Math (10-20 hours).

Are you an Artist, Writer, Sculpture or otherwise artistically inclined?
Since its founding and first grant of $125 in 1955, the Rasmuson Foundation has supported Alaskan non-profit organizations in the pursuit of their goals, with particular emphasis on organizations that demonstrate strong leadership, clarity of purpose, and cautious use of resources. The vision and values established by Elmer Rasmuson continue to guide the Foundation today. The Foundation awards approximately $20 million annually to help improve the quality of life in Alaska.

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

2009 Copper Basin 300 Pics

View pictures of the 2009 Copper Basin 300 by my Sister Helen Hegener here...