Govenor Jon Corzine made an appearance on the MSNBC’s Morning Joe program, where he discussed the ongoing controversy behind the Bush administrations use of torture, as well as other harsh interrogation techniques used on terrorist suspects to garner information.
They also dicussed whether or not Bush administration and/or other government officials should be held accountable for their actions.
Take a look, it was an interesting discussion that I wasn’t expecting. Who knew that the Governor was expert on such things?
“We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children.”
~Native American Proverb
Today, April 22, 2009 is Earth Day.
We only have one planet that we can call HOME, we need to take care of it.
Conserve, Recycle and Protect our Environment
The Big Blue Marble
HeartMath Earth Day 09
The following 4-minute film takes you around the world and into some of the most scenic wild places on earth — from Norwegian fjords to southsea islands; from giant sequoias to towering mountain peaks; from urban stress to the quiet splendors of a coral reef. Throughout it celebrates the beauty and diversity of our planet. It asks us to celebrate Earth Day, every day!
Earth Day: Take It To Heart
Here’s a little FYI
Governor Corzine will be making an appearence on MSNBC’s Morning Joe program in a little more than 7 hours from now @ 7:15 am.
Check it out and see what he has to say.
For all of those who voted in todays Middletown School Board election the results are in:
The budget passed by a vote of 4621 yes 2887 no
All three incumbents were also re-elected to 3 year terms
Minnuies with 3976 votes
Skelton with 2894 votes
Donlon with 2423 votes
I would like to thank all of you who read my earlier post and took my advice to follow the ABC rule, Anyone But Cody. James Cody lost by a good margin.
The Board of Education is no place for a person with a personal ax to grind and an agenda against others, and who serve honestly and with the best intentions of our children in mind.