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An OEN Editor. Born-03/20/1934, BA Pol. Sci.-U of Washington-1956, MBA-Seattle U-1970, Boeing-Program Control-1957-1971, State of Oregon-Mental Health Division-Deputy Admistrator-1971-1979, llinois Association of Community MH Agencies[IACHMA]-Executive Director-1980-1987, District of Columbia Government-MH Division-Chief MH System Development-1987-1989, Illinois Real Estate-Associate Broker-1989-1995, Ohio-Retired-1995-1999, Florida-Retired- 1999-? Operate an eBay book store, Ajax Books Etcetera, which currently [12/17/06] has approx. 435 items for sale, mostly mystery books . Ajax Books Etcetera can be found by searching Google, Yahoo search and some other search engines.
He has now found his true love;writing and consequently has joined the National Writers Association and the Society of Professional Journalists. Member Northwest Progressive Institute. Member Florida Progressive Coalition.
SHARE Sunday, April 12, 2009 Public Healthcare Plan
Liberal groups are waging a grassroots campaign to demand that all Americans be given access to government- run p[ublic health insurance plans.
(3 comments) SHARE Monday, April 6, 2009 Mental Health Ameica $750,000 grant
MHA has been awarded a $750,000 by Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation to develop culturally appropriatally support for Native Americans
(2 comments) SHARE Saturday, March 28, 2009 Our Sinking Economy
The bhailout bill passed last week at the behest of the Bush administration would do little, if anything, to address the fundamentles 0f the economic crisis.
(2 comments) SHARE Monday, March 2, 2009 Radical Right
House Republican Whip Eric Cantor[R-VA]does not subscribe to Rush Limbaugh's hope nthat President Obama fails,
SHARE Monday, February 23, 2009 Fiscal Responsibility
In advance of the "fiscal responsibility summit" at the White House, summit participant Pete Peterson launched a $1 million ad campaign, irresponsibly peddling false information about the nation's budget.