Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Tuesday Jan 19 , 2009

David Sanger - Chief Washington Correspondent New York Times
David E. Sanger is the chief Washington correspondent of The New York Times. In a 26-year reporting career at the Times, he has won numerous awards for investigative, national security and White House reporting. He lives in Washington, D.C. with his wife and two sons. He appears  regularly on national TV including The Charlie Rose Show, Face the Nation, and many others.  David Sanger-- from the White House to foreign capitals around the world -- for its revelations about the world President Obama was about to confront. It revealed secret efforts by Israel to get the equipment needed to bomb Iran's nuclear facilities, it took readers inside Pakistan's vulnerable nuclear weapons systems, it described the cascading series of failures in Afghanistan that were triggered by America's preoccupation with Iraq. When The Inheritance was published a year ago, it became must reading

Tony Lee -  " Best & Worst Jobs in the Nation"
CareerCast.com has released the results of its 2010 Jobs Rated Report, which ranks the best and worst jobs in the nation (below.) Actuary came out on top, followed by software engineer and computer systems analyst, and roustabout was rated as the worst job in the nation
1. Actuary (up 1)
2. Software Engineer (up 3)
3. Computer Systems Analyst (up 3)For Employment Opportunities ...
4. Biologist (no change)
5. Historian (up 2)
6. Mathematician (down 5)
7. Paralegal Assistant (up 10)
8.  Statistician (down 5)
9.  Accountant (up 1)
10. Dental Hygienist (up 35) 
Worst Jobs in 2010 and How They Fared in 2009:
200. Roustabout (down 8)
199. Lumberjack (up 1)
198. Ironworker (down 7)
197. Dairy Farmer (up 2)
196. Welder (down 3)
195. Garbage Collector (down 1)
194. Taxi Driver (up 4)
193.  Construction Worker/Laborer (down 3)
192. Meter Reader (down 13)
191. Mail Carrier (down 2)

John Bougearel -  Haitian Update on Earthquake
The American Red Cross is accepting donations at RedCross.org or by phone at (800) 435-7669. Also, donations can be sent to American Red Cross of Greater Indianapolis, 441 E. 10th St., Indianapolis, IN 46202-3388. Or text "HAITI" to 90999; donation of $10 will be charged on the user's cell phone bill.Haiti Earthquake

The Salvation Army Indiana is accepting donations at www.salvation armyindiana.org and at the Salvation Army World Service Office, International Disaster Relief Fund, P.O. Box 630728, Baltimore, MD 21263-0728. A note of "Haiti Earthquake" on the donation will ensure that the money goes to earthquake relief. Text "HAITI" to 52000 to make a $10 donation.

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