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Thursday, November 29, 2012

Rick Scott Keeps Options Open On Obamacare Exchanges

by Javier Manjarres

Florida’s Governor Rick Scott has been one loudest critics of President Obama’s ‘Obamacare’ healthcare law, and has vowed to do everything in his power to prevent the ominous job-killing law from being implemented in the state of Florida.

But while his pushback on Obamacare has garnered significant Republican and Independent voter support, Democrats have labeled him and others opposed to the law as “extremists” who are out of touch with mainstream America.

Now that President Obama has won re-election, Governor Scott has opened up dialogue with the Obama Administration on a possible compromise on the healthcare law, leaving conservative groups and activists extremely disappointed in Scott’s possible change in position on Obamacare.  Scott sent a letter to HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius asking her for a meeting to discuss what, if anything can be done collaboratively to reduce healthcare costs for Floridians.

Read the whole article on the Shark Tank…

Caught in a Budget Trap #tcot

by Jagadeesh Gokhale

This article appeared in The Hill on November 29, 2012.

The recent drumbeat from the political left on the disastrous effects of "austere" budget-cutting in European economies is intended to sandbag against similar policies in the United States. The key contention is that spending cuts have made budget balancing more difficult in European countries: supposedly, lower public spending in those countries reduced employment and income, reduced government revenues and increased the ratio of government debt to Gross Domestic Product. The left concludes that, to avoid a similar experience, the U.S. should increase spending in the short term, instead of cutting it, and attempt a "grand bargain" to balance long-term spending and taxes.

The problem is there may never be a "right" time to transition to the promised long-term structural budget resolution.

Read the article at The Cato Institute…

Gokhale, Jagadeesh (2012, November 29). Caught in a Budget Trap. Retrieved November 29, 2012, from The Cato Institute Web site: http://www.cato.org/publications/commentary/caught-budget-trap

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Stop Ratification of UN Treaty -- Possible This Week!


November 27, 2012

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid announced that he plans to bring the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) to the Senate floor sometime this week.  The CRPD is another American sovereignty-threatening treaty, which President Obama signed on July 30, 2009, but has not yet been ratified by the Senate and for good reason!

We need you to tell your friends and neighbors about this new UN attempted power grab, and we need everyone to call and email your Senators, and urge them to vote against the CRPD treaty.

The American public cannot afford for this treaty to pass and allow the United Nations to implement more regulation that will have devastating effects on every American "person, organization, or private enterprise."  Worse yet, people with disabilities deserve better!  Addressing disabilities issues through an international bureaucracy undermines our ability to empower families and communities to serve disabled people’s needs.

The CRPD Treaty would expand the already growing powers of the UN in the United States, undermining our national sovereignty.  These new regulations are so complex that every American citizen will be impacted by the far-reaching consequences.

The CRPD Treaty will:

  • Exceed the bounds of the Americans with Disabilities Act and eliminate any remaining state sovereignty on the issue of disability law.
  • Demand that all American law on this subject conform to UN standards.
  • Force “every person, organization, or private enterprise” to eliminate discrimination on the basis of disability. This imposes impossible burdens and expenses onto private citizens, as they can be held in violation of the treaty if their private property is not fully accessible to persons with disabilities, even if they do not know any persons with disabilities.
  • Give the UN the power to determine the legitimacy and lawfulness of the United States’ budgets to assess compliance with such treaties.

Before the Senate left for recess in September, our conservative ally, Utah Senator Mike Lee, obtained signatures from more than 34 of his Senate colleagues asking that no treaties be brought to the Senate floor during the Lame Duck session.  The total has now risen to 36 Senators who have signed this letter. Below is the list of Senators who signed the letter.  If your Senator(s) signed the letter, please thank them and urge them to stand strong!

Jeff Sessions
Richard Shelby

John Kyl
(John McCain had signed the letter but withdrew his name)

John Boozman

Marco Rubio

Johnny Isakson

Jim Risch
Mike Crapo

Dan Coats

Chuck Grassley

Pat Roberts

Rand Paul

David Vitter

Scott Brown

Thad Cochran
Roger Wicker

Roy Blunt

Mike Johanns

Dean Heller

North Carolina
Richard Burr

North Dakota
John Hoeven

Rob Portman

Jim Inhofe
Tom Coburn

Pat Toomey

South Carolina
Jim DeMint
Lindsey Graham

South Dakota
John Thune

Lamar Alexander
Bob Corker

John Cornyn
Kay Bailey Hutchison

Orrin Hatch
Mike Lee

Ron Johnson

Mike Enzi

Take Action!

The time is NOW to stand up for states’ rights and our national sovereignty!  I urge you to call your Senators and tell them to vote NO on the CRPD Treaty!

Capitol Switchboard: 202-224-3121

Further Reading:

WT: Reid threatens filibuster change

Reid threatens filibuster change

McConnell hits back, says move threatens collegiality

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid confirmed Monday he will push to change Senate rules and curtail some Republican filibusters next year, setting up a major test of collegiality and power politics in the usually chummy chamber that bills itself as “the world’s most exclusive club.”

Republicans said that if Mr. Reid goes ahead, he’ll not only ruin the unique nature of the Senate, but he’ll poison chances for bipartisan cooperation just as members of the next Congress are taking their seats in January.

Read more: Reid threatens filibuster change - Washington Times 

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Monday, November 26, 2012

Where Global Warming Meets Anti-Capitalism

Where Global Warming Meets Anti-Capitalism

by DiscoverTheNetworks.org

Jeremy RifkinGlobal warming alarmist Jeremy Rifkin calls for the transformation of free-market capitalism into "distributed capitalism."

Jeremy Rifkin was born in Denver, Colorado in January 1945, and was raised in southwest Chicago. He holds an economics degree from the Wharton School of Business, and a degree in international affairs from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy.

During the 1960s and 1970s, Rifkin was active in the peace movement. He helped organize the massive 1967 March on the Pentagon, and two years later he co-founded the Citizens Commission, a group devoted to publicizing alleged U.S. war crimes in Vietnam. In 1970 Rifkin established the People's Bicentennial Commission (PBC), a New Left organization that preached hostility to corporations and called for a second American Revolution, this one based on leftist principles. In 1973, on the 200th anniversary of the Boston Tea Party, Rifkin and PBC staged a so-called Boston Oil Party, a huge demonstration whose purpose was, as Rifkin put it, “to promote radical change” by condemning big oil companies and their profits.

In the late 1970s, Rifkin, with no formal training in the physical sciences, began speaking out against the fledgling biotechnology industry, which he viewed as a manifestation of mankind's ill-advised impulse to interfere with the workings of the natural world. Noting Rifkin's “skillfully manipulated legal and bureaucratic procedures to slow the pace of biotechnology,” National Journal named him one of the 150 most influential people in shaping federal government policy.

As the seventies progressed, Rifkin continued to burnish his credentials as the intellectual guru of neo-Luddism, the belief that modern technology has a destructive impact on mankind's quality of life and on the environment. To promote this worldview, Rifkin in 1977 established the Foundation on Economic Trends

Since 2002, Rifkin has served as an advisor to the European Union.

Read the rest...

Sunday, November 25, 2012

Washington Times: House to consider limited GOP immigration bill

House to consider limited GOP immigration bill
WASHINGTON — House Republicans still smarting from their poor showing among Hispanics in the presidential election are planning a vote next week on immigration legislation that would both expand visas for foreign science and technology students and make it easier for those with green cards to bring their immediate families to the U.S.
Republican leaders made it clear after the election that the party was ready to get serious about overhauling the nation’s dysfunctional immigration system, a top priority for Hispanic communities. Taking up what is called the STEM Jobs Act during the lame-duck session could be seen as a first step in that direction.
The House voted on a STEM bill — standing for science, technology, engineering and mathematics — in September, but under a procedure requiring a two-thirds majority. It was defeated, with more than 80 percent of Democrats voting against it, because it offset the increase in visas for high-tech graduates by eliminating another visa program that is available for less-educated foreigners, many from Africa.
Republicans are changing the formula this time by adding a provision long sought by some immigration advocates — expanding a program that allows the spouses and minor children of people with permanent residence, or green card, to wait in the United States for their own green cards to be granted.
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Thursday, November 22, 2012

CFACT takes on UN climate summit in Qatar

Will Obama sign on the global warming line?

COP 18, the UN conference on climate change, begins in just days and CFACT is taking it on!

The UN is taking no chances. It is simultaneously working towards a new international treaty, while hedging its bets through achieving many of its principle (and most destructive) goals through side agreements, massive funding and national policy making.

READ the story...

Political Parties Need Rebranding

by Phyllis Schlafly | November 21, 2012

Dozens of explanations have been offered by people who think they are savvy about politics to explain why Mitt Romney lost and Barack Obama was reelected despite his many unlawful actions and the high unemployment figures. I toss into the mix my view that the two major political parties need rebranding.

Obama’s massive negative TV advertising rather successfully branded Romney and the Republican Party as rich guys who can’t empathize with ordinary hard-working Americans. In fact, Obama grew up enjoying a pampered lifestyle attending elite schools and colleges and now is rich, too, with his wealth and lifestyle coming from the taxpayers.

Nevertheless, when the pollsters asked the question, “Who is more in touch with people like you?” Romney lost to Obama by ten points. Why is it that Romney didn’t seem to relate to middle-class Americans?

We can’t blame only Romney’s country-club persona for the psychological barrier between him and the bloc of middle-class Americans whose votes he lost. We must also blame the Republican Party’s devotion to policies that allowed, even encouraged, several million well-paying manufacturing jobs to go overseas, leaving behind empty buildings in crucial swing states.

Read this excellent essay at Eagle Forum...

Tuesday, November 20, 2012



“What the president’s campaign did was focus on certain members of his base coalition, give them extraordinary financial gifts from the government and then work very aggressively to turn them out to vote, and that strategy worked.”

Thus did political analyst Mitt Romney identify the cause of his defeat in a call to disconsolate contributors.

Republicans piled on. “Completely unhelpful,” Gov. Bobby Jindal told Wolf Blitzer. We don’t advance the “debate by insulting folks.”

“A terrible thing to say,” Gov. Chris Christie told Joe Scarborough. “You can’t expect to be the leader of all the people and be divisive.”

Oh. Was not Abe Lincoln at least mildly “divisive”? Did not FDR insult Wall Street folks by calling them “money changers in the temple of our civilization”? Was Ronald Reagan a uniter not a divider when he said, “Let the bloodbath begin!” and mocked “welfare queens”?

And Harry Truman, did he not insult and divide – and win?

“I just think it’s nuts,” Newt Gingrich told ABC’s Martha Raddatz of Romney’s remark, kicking him again in an Austin TV interview:

“Governor Romney’s analysis … is insulting and profoundly wrong. … We didn’t lose Asian-Americans because they got any gifts. He did worse with Asian-Americans than he did with Latinos. This is the hardest-working and most successful ethnic group in America, OK, they ain’t into gifts.”

Now, Newt does have a point.

What explains the GOP wipeout among Asian-Americans? Folks of Korean, Chinese and Japanese descent have a legendary work ethic, are academic overachievers and are possessed of an entrepreneurial spirit. They should be natural Republicans.

But Mitt also has a point.

Consider America’s largest, fastest-growing minority.

Hispanics constituted 10 percent of the electorate, up from 7.5 in 2008. But Mitt got only 27 percent of that, the lowest of any Republican presidential candidate.

This, we are told, was because of Mitt’s comment about “self-deportation” and GOP support for a border fence and sanctions on employers who hire illegals. If only we embrace the Dream Act and provide a path to citizenship – amnesty – the GOP’s problem is solved.

The Republican capacity for self-delusion is truly awesome.

Set aside the idealized Hispanic of the Republican consultants’ vision. What does the real Hispanic community look like today?

Let us consider only native-born Hispanics, U.S. citizens.

According to Steve Camarota of the Center for Immigration Studies, which analyzed Census Bureau statistics from 2012:

  • More than one in five Hispanic citizens lives in poverty. 
  • One in four Hispanic-American men 25 to 55 is out of work.
  • More than half of all Hispanic women 25-55 are unmarried.
  • Half of all Hispanic households with children are headed by an unmarried woman, and 55 percent depend on welfare programs.

These numbers do not improve with time, as they did with the Irish, Italian, Polish, Jewish and German immigrants who poured into the United States between 1890 and 1920. Third-generation Hispanics do worse than second-generation Hispanics in all the above categories.

This is a huge community being sucked into the morass of a mammoth welfare state. Consider a typical Hispanic household with children.

It is headed by an unmarried woman who receives food stamps and public housing or rent supplements to feed and house her children.

Her kids are educated free from Head Start to K-12 and fed by school breakfast and lunch programs. Should they graduate high school, Pell Grants and student loans are there for college.

For cash, mom gets welfare checks. If she takes a job, she will receive an earned income tax credit to supplement her income. If she loses her job, she can get 99 weeks of unemployment checks.

For health care, there is Medicaid and Obamacare. And like 45 percent of all Hispanic households, she has no federal income tax liability.

Why should this woman vote for a party that will cut taxes she does not pay, but reduce benefits she does receive?

Rename Romney’s gifts “government services,” writes Aaron Blake citing a Washington Post poll, and one discovers that 67 percent of Latinos favor “a larger government with more services.”

These are big-government people. And why should they not be?

According to Heather Mac Donald, writing in National Review, a 2011 survey found that California Hispanics by four to one objected more to the GOP on class-warfare grounds – the party “favors only the rich,” Republicans are “selfish” – than to the GOP stand on immigration.

Writes Mac Donald: California’s Hispanics will likely prove more decisive in passing Proposition 30, to raise state income taxes to 13.3 percent, the highest level in the nation, than to Obama’s victory.

Nor is this unusual. Populist programs to stick it to the rich have always had an appeal south of the border.

There are 50 million Hispanics in America today. California is lost to the GOP. Nevada and Colorado are slipping away. Arizona and Texas are next up on the block.

With the U.S. Hispanic population in 2050 projected to reach 130 million, the acolytes of Karl Rove have their work cut out for them.

Pat Buchanan was twice a candidate for the Republican presidential nomination and the Reform Party's candidate in 2000. He is also a founder and editor of The American Conservative. Buchanan served three presidents in the White House, was a founding panelist of three national TV shows, and is the author of nine books. His latest book is "Suicide of a Superpower: Will America Survive to 2025?"

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

You Are The Last Best Hope For America


Fellow Patriots,
With the catastrophic loss of the Republican elite’s hand-picked candidate –Tea Party Patriots like you are the last best hope America has to restore America’s founding principles.
For those of us who believe that America, as founded, is the greatest country in the history of the world – a ‘Shining city upon a hill’ – we wanted someone who would fight for us. We wanted a fighter like Ronald Reagan who boldly championed America’s founding principles, who inspired millions of independents and ‘Reagan Democrats’ to join us, and who fought his leftist opponents on the idea that America, as founded, was a ‘Shining city upon a hill.’
What we got was a weak moderate candidate, hand-picked by the Beltway elites and country-club establishment wing of the Republican Party.  The Presidential loss is unequivocally on them.
While it might take longer with President Obama back in office, we are not going away and will continue to educate Americans on our core principles, and why they are essential for America's future greatness.  It took over 40 years to take America to the place we are tonight. We have known since we began protesting at our first round of tea parties in February, 2009, it would take longer than 3 ½ years to correct the problems facing our country. 
The re-election of President Obama may be daunting tonight. Remember in 2008, the people who did not give up after the elections, the ones who started Top Conservatives on Twitter, Smart Girl Politics, and DontGo, paved the way for us to have a conference call with just 22 people on the call after Rick Santelli had a rant in 3 months later. We went from 22 people to over 40 million voters who said they identify with the “tea party” and would vote with the tea party in less than 4 years.  That happened because of each of you. 
We cannot change what the Republican establishment handed us tonight.  We can stop Barack Obama from fundamentally changing the future and character of this nation. We can stop the mushy-middle, non-fighters in the GOP from rolling over and getting rolled, yet again by the Left. 
Here is what we are going to do. 
We are going to fight for America’s founding principles. 
Our core principles of free markets, fiscal responsibility, and constitutionally limited government resonate with the American people.
When we fight for our principles, we win.
When the GOP elbows aside the American people, because they think they know what`s best for us – they lose.  Like they just did.
We are not going away.
We respect the Constitution and we know that, for America to succeed, we need to continue educating Americans on our core principles, and why are they essential for America's future greatness.
Now we turn our attention back to Congress, to fight the battles that lie ahead.
As in 2010, state by state and county by county, we will fight for the freedom other Americans have fought for.  We will also turn our attention back to Congress, to fight the battles that lie ahead.
Here is what We, the People, will fight for:
  •    Ÿ A balanced budget in 5 years – without raising taxes
  •     Repealing Obamacare
  •     Cutting the debt
  •     Not letting them smash through the debt ceiling – again
  •     The sequestration cuts deadline
There are some things worth fighting for.

America is worth fighting for.

The fight has just begun.

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Monday, November 5, 2012

From the MANITOBA HERALD, Canada (a very underground paper):

The flood of American liberals sneaking across the border into Canada has intensified in the past week, sparking calls for increased patrols to stop the illegal immigration. The possibility of a Romney/Ryan election is prompting the exodus among left-leaning citizens who fear they'll soon be required to hunt, pray, and agree with Bill O'Reilly. Canadian border farmers say it's not uncommon to see dozens of sociology professors, animal rights activists and Unitarians crossing their fields at night.

"I went out to milk the cows the other day, and there was a Hollywood producer huddled in the barn," said Manitoba farmer Red Greenfield, whose acreage borders North Dakota . The producer was cold, exhausted and hungry. "He asked me if I could spare a latte and some free-range chicken. When I said I didn't have any, he left. Didn't even get a chance to show him my screenplay, eh?"

In an effort to stop the illegal aliens, Greenfield erected higher fences, but the liberals scaled them. So he tried installing speakers that blare Rush Limbaugh across the fields. "Not real effective," he said. "The liberals still got through, and Rush annoyed the cows so much they wouldn't give milk."

Officials are particularly concerned about smugglers who meet liberals near the Canadian border, pack them into Volvo station wagons, drive them across the border and leave them to fend for themselves. "A lot of these people are not prepared for rugged conditions," an Ontario border patrolman said. "I found one carload without a drop of drinking water. "They did have a nice little Napa Valley Cabernet, though."

When liberals are caught, they're sent back across the border, often wailing loudly that they fear retribution from conservatives. Rumors have been circulating about the Romney administration establishing re-education camps in which liberals will be forced to shoot wolves from airplanes, deny evolution, and act out drills preparing them for the Rapture.

In recent days, liberals have turned to sometimes-ingenious ways of crossing the border. Some have taken to posing as senior citizens on bus trips to buy cheap Canadian prescription drugs. After catching a half-dozen young vegans disguised in powdered wigs, Canadian immigration authorities began stopping buses and quizzing the supposed senior-citizen passengers on Perry Como and Rosemary Clooney hits to prove they were alive in the '50s. "If they can't identify the accordion player on The Lawrence Welk Show, we get suspicious about their age," an official said.

Canadian citizens have complained that the illegal immigrants are creating an organic-broccoli shortage and are renting all the good Susan Sarandon movies. "I feel sorry for American liberals, but the Canadian economy just can't support them," an Ottawa resident said. "How many art-history and English majors does one country need?"
[Thanks to Eileen Masiello]

The Imaginative Conservative: A Choice Not An Echo

The Imaginative Conservative: A Choice Not An Echo:
by Bradley J. Birzer 

 One of the little known aspects of recent American history is that Russell Kirk served as one of Barry Goldwater's m...



Sunday, November 4, 2012



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Send this video (by re-sending this email) to all of your neighbors, especially those who think that Conservatives are "extremists." We still have a long way to go to remove the Progressive threat from our government. Even if Obama is removed from the Administration, the threat remains.



Saturday, November 3, 2012

Muslims Celebrate EID Giving Fake Guns to 4th Graders

Here we go again. Local muslims have truly stepped over the line bigtime, and now the Rutherford County School District [Tennessee] needs to take action.  A young muslim student celebrated  the holiday Eid al-Adha on Friday Oct 26 by bringing in presents for his class. Girls received necklaces and dolls, but the boys received table top games and fake guns ( see below picture).

The inappropriateness of this is unacceptable and abhorrent. The very thought that a muslim parent allowed a child to bring gifts to classmates is disturbing, since most schools don’t even allow christian  students to exchange Christmas gifts, unless they specify what gifts can be exchanged.

The next problem, where was the teacher? The action( or non reaction in this case) allowed  for several children to get on school buses with a fake handgun.

Doesnt the Rutherford County School District have a zero tolerance policy? Is it acceptable for children to bring fake guns into school? Has the child been expelled? Have the muslim parents been approached by school officials since they most likely purchased and wrapped the fake guns?

Parents, you need to be outraged. Outraged over fake guns being given out as gifts,Outraged at the blatant indoctrination of your child being given a gift for an islamic holiday, when Christmas and Easter have essentially been banned.   The phones at the Rutherford County Schools should not  be silent for several days. The governors office also needs to be contacted. Children have been expelled and or arrested for less than this for sure.

I can only imagine if a non muslim student gave a muslim student a gift for their religious holiday , especially a fake gun,  there would be riots in the street for sure.

Exclusive Interview with F. A. Hayek

by James U. Blanchard III

SOURCECato Institute

Link above to the article detailing Blanchard's interview with F.A. Hayek in 1984. The following excerpt is from that interview:

Q: That leads me to another question. What do you think accounts for the fact that capitalism has had such a bad reputation among the intellectual elite? Is it a simple matter of envy, or is there a more fundamental reason?

Hayek: Yes, this is a very curious story. It was the enormous influence of Karl Marx's teaching that capitalism has created the proletariat. It's curious because the fact is true, but the capitalist hasn't created the proletariat by expropriating anybody. On the contrary, he has created a proletariat by enabling people to live who otherwise could not have lived. He has created a proletariat by keeping people alive! In that sense, the proletariat is a creation of capitalism, and all these people just wouldn't exist without capitalism.

Q: If capitalism wasn't here to provide the labor, the jobs, and the capital, millions of people would not exist.

Hayek: Only capitalism could have created what I call the extended society, which is based on the utilization of infinitely more resources than any other system could have used.

Part of election is about how much control we want government to have #tcot

by Charles De Garmo, TC Palm, Nov. 02, 2012

Charles DeGarmoOur country is at a real turning point. In this election we have to decide if we want bigger government with more intrusion into our daily lives or are we (the people) to remain somewhat free to decide what we want or don't want in our lives?

All of us have basic freedoms disappearing faster than you can count. No 16-ounce sodas in New York. No trans-fats allowed in restaurants. No three-gallon toilets. No trespassing at any buildings or grounds where the Secret Service is protecting someone. And you're so stupid your government will pick out which light bulbs you're allowed to use and put the nutritional content of water on bottled water for you.

Did you know there are zero calories in water?

Today we have less freedom, less liberty and more government than when we were born. This has been made partially possible by about 15 Supreme Court decisions that have curbed individual rights and expanded government without the public noticing, including the recent "biggie" giving Congress the right to charge a "tax" or "penalty" for something you might not want to buy.

Read the details at TCPalm.com...



Charles de Garmo: Re-create real River of Grass: Clean St. Lucie River, fix Everglades by getting land from Big Sugar in exchange for right to grow, sell legal marijuana 
Saturday, October 27, 2012

 Charles de Garmo: Can a house in water be a boat when it has no motor and goes nowhere? A Supreme question 
Thursday, October 4, 2012 

 Charles de Garmo: Banning guns on campuses overkill
Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Charles de Garmo: Don't let Sewall's Point continue chipping away at what once made it special; fight van, truck regulation changes Tuesday
Saturday, August 11, 2012

Letter: Martin County owes Corps of Engineers? That shoe should be on other foot 
Friday, August 3, 2012

Charles de Garmo: Sugar subsidies, pollution anything but sweet deal for taxpayers, Florida residents; time to get off your couch and fight farm bill 
Friday, June 29, 2012

Charles de Garmo: Will Fisker Automotive be success? Only time will tell
Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Roger Ormisher: Celebrate Fisker as an American automobile, innovation success story 
Thursday, May 17, 2012

Charles de Garmo: Four mistakes cost Captain Francesco Schettino the Costa Concordia and 32 lives 
Thursday, May 10, 2012