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Cleveland, OH

The 25 Most Dangerous Cities in the U.S. Are Mostly Nice ...

See our response about Cleveland having the lowest homicide rate in years at Economic homicide Dec 10, 2010 ... Our city newspaper headlined the homicide rate as being the ... In many major cities like Cleveland, it looks like a plague came through with the city depopulated and in ruins ..President Franklin Roosevelt said economic diseases are highly communicable by Ray Tapajna, Bio and links ... http://therational e.com/economic-hom icide/  (Dec 15, 2010 | post #1378)

Cleveland, OH

Walmart built in steel industry graveyard

View more of Ray Tapajna's topical, editorial and sports art at http://arklineart. fotopages.com or search under arklineart toonpool for thousands of more results and sites by Ray Tapajna Main pages are at http://tapsearch.c om/tapartnews http://tapsearch.c om/flatworld http://tapsearch.c om/clinton or search under tapsearch.com, tapsearcher, ray tapajna or twitter tapsearcher for thousands of more sites. See lists at http://multiurl.co m/la/ray-tapajna-t apsearcher or all of Tapsearch Com sites including 12 webpages with unlimited free services, promoters, submitters, products and more totally free at http://tapsearch.c om or http://tapsearch.c om/arklinefreebies  (Dec 14, 2010 | post #1)

Cleveland, OH

Who do you support for Governor in Ohio in 2010?

What is the difference - See my letter to the Plain Dealer Color all red blue states purple November 28th 2010 17:49 By Ray Tapajna, editor and artist at Tapsearch Com sites - global economic arena or Squid.me/R[/LINK] In the U.S., the states that vote Republican are called Red States and the states that go Democrat are called Blue States , however,....... Color them all Purple because the two major parties act as one when it comes to free trade and the money changers free traders Ohio workers bruised by politicians, NAFTA The Plain Dealer's Nov. 4 headline should have read, "Ohio's turn to purple," instead of "Ohio's turn to red." Purple is the color you get when you mix red and blue; it is also the color of a bruise. We had a Democratic governor, ( who lost the election.), who worried more about squeezing rocks for taxes instead of worrying about the people who pay the taxes. He has been replaced by John Kasich, a money changer who locked hands with President Bill Clinton and a Democrat controlled Congress in the passing of NAFTA and GATT trade agreements. And we get the same in Sen.-elect Rob Portman, a free trade veteran. I don't know what anyone thinks they won in this election, but I do know workers are still outside looking in at the celebration. They still do not have a voice in the matter. Color Ohio purple. It is a mix of the same thing, and Ohio is still deeply bruised. See more at http://therational e.com - relating to the latent response of philosophy and religion to the global economic arena. Main Site is Ray Tapajna Chronicles at http://tapsearch.c om/tapartnews or http://tapsearch.c om/flatworld or see list of articles and blogs at http://multiurl.co m/la/ray-tapajna-t apsearcher or search under tapsearch.com, tapsearcher, arklineart toonpool, twitter tapsearch for thousands of more results and references  (Dec 14, 2010 | post #2368)

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Communications by rank - The Unnetted - Workers have no v...

Ray Tapajna began his advocacy for human dignity in the work day, fair trade and real world trade in 1992 after finding out the U.S. Federal Government sponsored the moving of factories outside the U.S. starting in 1956 with this "temporary " program never ending. They later called the process "free trade." Ray went online in 1998 and has several advocacy sites and blogs under Tapsearch.Com which now has more than 190,000 references on Google under Tapsearch.com His most popular topical art has millions of search results at Yahoo under its title - Clinton Years American Dream Reversed - search on title and see for yourself. His sites include published letters and articles mixed with his - Art-that-Talks - the issues too about the long failures of free trade and globalization. His Ray Tapajna Chronicles forecasted our economic crisis years ago based on several experts in the field who predicted the coming of the "Bewildered New World" where our economies based on making money on money instead of making things would burn out as they are doing now. Now after more than ten years into his advocacy, Ray writes about his own journey in the global economic arena at http://tapsearch.c om/about-ray-tapaj na and has an overview of this thoughts by a top author and education consultant at http://tapsearch.c om/communications- by-rank He has a philsophy and religion site related to th latent response to the global economic arena at http://www.therati onale.com and reviews Pope Benedict's economic enyclical at http://tapsearch.c om/pope-benedict-e conomic-encyclical and also has a review of Thomas Friedman's Flat World which he challenges at http://tapsearch.c om/flatworld/ For more sites, see http://linkbun.ch/ aztb  (Jan 21, 2010 | post #2)

US News

Communications by rank - The Unnetted - Workers have no v...

Workers have no voice in the process of globalization and free trade. News represents sound bites that do not apply to them. And most communications are conducted by rank. And if you are not part of any network, you do not exist and your voice is not heard. See http://tapsearch.c om/communications- by-rank Note example of communications by rank link on bottom of the page representing a "plantation owner" mentality by an elite group. Our economies based on making money on money instead of making things is burning out and the value of workers and labor which are real tangible money standards has been degraded and deflated impacting paper money that is really an intangible value. Instead of boosting the value of labor and workers, President Bush and President Obama bail out the financial communities that caused the economic crisis with the major cause being free trade and globalization driven by powerful forces outside the will of the people- see http://tapsearchne wsmobile.filetap.c om and http://www.theworl dsnews.net  (Jan 21, 2010 | post #1)

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To all of you who are against abortion

Abortion involves three parties. The third party - the baby does not get the opportunity of defending his or hers position. The potential for life and/or proven life itself ( starting now at about 3-4 months ) is a right based on anyones interpretation of the Constitution. If we deny the right to life to an innocent third party, where do we draw the line. The Democrats cry for peace while they ignore the war in the womb. Republicans do the reverse. It is obvious that the right to life has been violated by both parties. It is also obvious that abortion is also a geopolitical problem with more than 50 million babies being terminated. If this happened in a war, leaders would be doing many things to fill the voids. See http://tapsearch.c om/tapartnews/id13 .html We all die alittle when the innocent are killed in the womb or in wars. And no matter how much we talk or do for the living , we are less human in the process. Perhaps this is could be a reason for so many children in the world are suffering.  (Sep 11, 2007 | post #638)

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