January 2014

To the new year | As I was saying …

As I was saying … not ratednot ratednot ratednot ratednot rated

To the new year

by Bill Good
Be the first to comment

In 2013, we experienced the shutdown of the federal government, reopening of the federal government and possibility of the government defaulting on its debts (twice).

We learned the government, composed of human beings after all, is prone to errors. And big government, composed of millions of human beings, is prone to catastrophic errors. The case in point, of course, is the Affordable Care Act, and in 2014, we enter a new age of uncertainty led by doubts about its final disposition.

In 2013, teams from Baltimore, Boston, Chicago and Miami captured the major U.S. sports championships. And who says major markets don't have an advantage?

It was a year when cyclist Lance Armstrong acknowledged: "I'm a flawed character." And New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said: "I'm basically the healthiest fat guy you've ever seen." The healthy fat guy had a good year; the...

To read the article in its entirety, please log in or register (registration is free).

Log in or register for FREE access to this article and other Professional Roofing online content.

Not a professionalroofing.net user?

Register now for free access
  • Full access to every article
  • Online Web exclusive information
  • Photo gallery
  • Breaking news
  • Online classified ads

Already a professionalroofing.net user?

Log in now

User name:



Login help
Click here to have your user name and password emailed to you.

Comments (0) Login to post a comment or rating
There are no comments posted.