Archive for: September, 2011

Dating For Baby Boomers – The New Rules Of Dating For Baby Boomers Who Want A Lasting Relationship

Dating For Baby Boomers – The New Rules Of Dating For Baby Boomers Who Want A Lasting Relationship

Did you know that the rules have changed for dating and relationships? If you are a baby boomer just returning to the dating scene, read on to find out how to play by these new rules and build a lasting relationship.

 
 

Medicare Wasting Billions Every Year

Medicare Wasting Billions Every Year

Improper payments – to the wrong person, in the wrong amount, or for the wrong reason — cost Medicare $48 billion last year, or nearly 10 percent of the $516 billion spent on care for seniors, according to federal estimates.

 
 

Learning Computers at Any Age – Overcoming Fear

Learning Computers at Any Age – Overcoming Fear

I grew up after computers became a way of life. My first experience with a computer of sorts is when the first handheld calculators came on the market, which was very expensive at the time. Now you can buy a calculator for a dollar and no one thinks a calculator is a computer.

 
 

Geopolitical Journey: Iran at a Crossroads

Geopolitical Journey: Iran at a Crossroads

Geopolitically, a trip to Iran could not come at a better time. Iran is an emerging power seeking to exploit the vacuum created by the departure of U.S. troops from Iraq, which is scheduled to conclude in a little more than three months. Tehran also plays a major role along its eastern border, where Washington is seeking a political settlement with the Taliban to facilitate a U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan.