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A Brief Look at Afghanistan
Afghanistan is a country located in Central Asia. Afghanistan is often considered to be part of the Middle East due to its location on the Iranian plateau.

Top Site For Affordable Health Insurance Offers State-Specific Pages for Connecticut, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Minnesota, Missouri, Nev
The Health Insurance Resource Center at healthinsurance.org has added state-specific sections on its site for Connecticut, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Minnesota, Missouri, Nevada and Tennessee consumers of affordable health insurance. Site partners with top Web quote engine to provide multiple, secure, online affordable health insurance quotes for individuals, families and the self-employed.

Get It Solved With Indiana Child Custody Lawyer
Divorce cases have been arising in the state of Indiana. Child custody cases have also increased because it goes after finishing the process of a divorce. When the parents have decided to move in different states, they should consult an Indiana child custody lawyer to solve the child issues.

Indiana In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF) Center Receives Accreditation from the College of American Pathologists
The Women's Specialty Health Care Center utilizes ultrasound guided in-vitro fertilization techniques which according to very recent medical studies may increase the opportunity for a successful pregnancy by up to 50%. This process is very welcome news for the 12% of women (7.3 million) in the United States who have difficulty becoming pregnant according to the National Center for Health Statistics of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Stock Research And Market To Be Affected Big Time Post November Election
Stock research normally tells us that pick the right stocks and it really doesn?t matter what the market does. When you survey history however, this seemingly true statement turns out not to be the case. You can have all the stock research in the world, but if the market goes against you, it doesn?t matter.

General Wilmot Creates Blog to Comment on Iraq


Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) December 23, 2006 -- General Richard Wilmot (US Army ret.) has created a blog, which documents his views on the situation in Iraq. Falling outside predictable party lines, his observations and recommendations bear the hallmark of common sense.

"Early on we did some strange things," General Wilmot explains. "We ripped out the bureaucracy and destroyed the military and the law enforcement agencies. We forgot about the tribes and tribal issues as well as the religious aspects of Iraqi life. We looked at solutions through Western eyes."

He goes on to point out that, "Indeed, one of the consequences of having committed our missteps in Iraq is that we have demonstrated to our enemies, be they in Iraq or elsewhere, that we are incapable of prevailing when confronted by an urban, guerrilla-style counterinsurgency.

The General states categorically that there is an ongoing civil war in Iraq and offers interesting commentary on Robert Gates, statements made by Senator John McCain, the Vanity Fair interviews of Richard Perle, Kenneth Adelman and David Frumm and Fareed Zakaria's quotes of President Bush in Newsweek magazine.

General Wilmot is a consultant to industry and the US Government as well as foreign governments on special projects such as nation building, creating strategic alliances, international business techniques, counter-terrorism, international security and crisis management. He volunteers hundreds of hours of time to Youth Leadership Training in Arizona and California through Angel Light Academy. General Wilmot was the CEO of the Steele Foundation, a global risk management company.

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