Archive for September, 2008

If we dig back into our sepia colored history or even if we watch an old movie set in the New York’s immigrant ghetto, there is always someone standing in front of a vegetable stall negotiating, OK, arguing, about the price of tomatoes or apples. It was a lively tradition – fighting for the best price. That tradition […]


Gas is still expensive. Heat for the coming winter is mind boggling. If the prices at the  supermarket haven’t risen, then the size of the product has been reduced. No matter where we look, our family budget is being assaulted. Most of us are not like the Federal Government wh ich can float bonds to […]