Operation Iraqi Freedom, Soldiers and Their Psyche
Have you noticed that the when the service men who have been killed in action in this war, that the journalists go harass the families and girlfriends or wives of the fallen soldiers? During these interviews I could not help but notice that the infantry warriors killed had girlfriends or wives who were full figured ethnic woman or young ladies. The inner city kind with the tough attitude; Why is this? I have several ideas why.
Winograd Preview - Bolton Admits US Blocked Israel From Reaching an Earlier Truce
This admission by John Bolton is the direct result of Olmert's own historic admission, which, according to Joseph Ehrlich is Israel's way of saying "no" to Bush's covert obsession for regional war.
Goal Setting Secrets of the Real Life Indiana Jones
Remember when you were 15? Can you recall some of the dreams you had then? How many have you accomplished? My reflection on that is what attracted me so strongly to the story of John Goddard, of whom the LA Times called, "The real life Indiana Jones," and one of his expeditions, "the most amazing adventure of this generation." When he was 15, Goddard was inspired to create a list of 127 "life goals" (he called it "My Life List").
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.
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.
Pocatello, ID (PRWeb) January 29, 2007 -- I.E.D - A Son's Journey to Iraq and Back is a personal chronicle of the events that follow the serious injury of Anthony, a United States Marine. The book gives first hand insight into the military brotherhood, the impact of the injury on his family, the impressive support by the medical personnel, and the response by the community. It is a testimony of faith and a tribute to our warriors and veterans.
John Buhrle started I.E.D - A Son's Journey to Iraq and Back to help cope with the pain and fear he experienced with the notification of the attack on his son. He used his journal and the surrounding events to write a book to honor the people who cared for his son and to honor our veteran's sacrifice. He came to Lulu because he wanted to be in control of the publishing process and found Lulu's print-on-demand tools to be fast, easy and, most importantly, free. I.E.D: A Son's Journey to Iraq and Back is available for purchase at www.lulu.com, in a marketplace filled with other unique and wonderful surprises.
"Independent publishing and print-on-demand is the wave of the future," says John Buhrle. "The Lulu process allows me to get my work out there the way I want it. My book is much like Lulu itself -- it puts control of your destiny in your own hands."
About the Author
John Buhrle has no previous publishing experience. He is a mechanical engineer who was living a very average life when he was notified of the attack on his son. He wrote the book to honor our warriors and veterans.
Founded in 2002, Lulu is the world's fastest-growing print-on-demand marketplace for digital do-it-yourselfers. Please see http://www.lulu.com/content/398126 for more information.
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