Jose C Gomez on July 3rd, 2008

After more than 8 years of having been sequestered by the FARC (Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia) Ingrid Betancourt an ex-presidential nominee of that country was rescued yesterday along with 14 other men including 3 American citizens. The FARC is a terrorist organization that has been trying to overthrow the government of Colombia for more than a […]

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Jose C Gomez on June 6th, 2008

Finally the primaries are over and the dust is settling. People are still talking, some are upset, some are happy. In all honesty I would have preferred Clinton to win and not Obama, but it was in God’s will that he’d be the nominee and not her. Maybe the country is ready for a black […]

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So if you have been alive at all for the past 3 or 4 months then you have probably heard about the controversy with Michigan and Florida in regards to the democratic nomination for presidency.  Florida and Michigan felt they would have more influence in the outcome of the elections if they moved their primary dates […]

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Jose C Gomez on May 26th, 2008

I’m in Miami for the long weekend with Annie and the baby. We went sight seeing on Saturday. On Bay-side a very popular local park next to the Bay we saw this taking place. It was very impressive. Each one of those tombstones has the name, age and rank of a soldier that died in the […]

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