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Richard P. Bosa - May
19, 1942 -Feb 23, 2005
The Berlin Times
In Loving Memory: A
true friend of America has passed away. Dick Bosa was a man who believed
in the spirit of America. He was, at heart, a Founding Father. He was a
former Mayor, a highly successful international salesman, and devoted
much of his life to the causes of Justice, a free press and a strong
economy, particularly in manufacturing. He will be missed by many people
all over the world. No one had a larger heart or a deeper love of the
United States of America than Richard P. Bosa. He was larger than life
and is now moving into his next soul journey. Rest assured, he is
already writing letters to the editor, in his trademark style, wherever
"...he is courageous as any person I know."
-Rick Wenck, Editorial Staff of
The Berlin Daily Sun
Tuesday June 3 1997
The Nature of Dissent
November 11, 1995
"...We especially honor those who died so that the principle
of courage, so necessary in today’s competitive world is
remembered and honored by our children or those who follow...."
- Dick Bosa
"Since I returned to my native state in 1992, I have been
speaking out, writing and running for political office on the
same economic issues that are usually ignored by the main NH
media, that are controlled by special interest groups, that want
to keep the people ignorant, submissive and poor." - Richard P. Bosa
Berlin Daily Sun
June 2, 2004
Drained from NH
It is Time to Wake Up
June 5, 2004
Happened to Fairness in the Media?
15 , 1992
the citizens of New Hampshire having been bestowed with the rights
and privileges obtained by our noble revolutionary forefathers after
rejecting tyranny in a bitter war, did established in New Hampshire
a Constitution in 1784. The articles articulate in clear and concise
meaning the foundation of our government which is the will of the
people in consent. It is we, 'the people,' who determine basic
constitutional law and our elected representatives write the
statutes which must conform to the Constitution and the desires of
these same people. Our basis in forming this union was to provide
security, justice and equality of opportunity by which we all could
obtain 'the greatest happiness of the greatest number." - Dick Bosa
"When more states become like New Hampshire
with Wal-mart as the largest employer in the state, we will move
rapidly into a Third World nation. And this is how it will happen!
With the paltry wages of the service industries and Americans
becoming too tired and depressed to work two and three jobs as they
do today, there will be no money for dry cleaners, grocers and
medical care. If history serves as a lesson to us, we will be forced
into bartering, just as our forefathers did before us." - Dick Bosa
- December 7, 2003
or rewrite anti-trust laws
to meet today's reality.
Capitalism needs vigorous competition.
governance - change corporate charters to have social responsibilities
no rights of citizens;
Registered in the state and headquartered.
Violations of law will be prosecuted to the fullest.
3.) A universal
and fair accounting
and tax paying system
with no more favorites of corporate welfare.
trade treaties which will benefit
United States citizens, not corporations.
ownership by employee cooperatives
as a defense against multinationals.
The changes are achievable, but we need elected
officials of "we the people"
and not of the special interests.
By not enforcing anti-trust laws and
allowing giant mergers, acquisitions and buy outs with less
competition drastically lowers JOB potential; moves wealth
from the community; makes corporations dominant over citizens;
lowers competitive wages; increases pollution in our
environment; creates more poverty, unrest, crime, divorces and
Click here for more about:
Capitalism and Multinationals
MESSAGE FROM DICK BOSA (Made in New Hampshire)
GW Bush (43) has lied, manipulated and sold our country's interests
to giant corporations under a philosophy of CORPORATISM
which justifies wars of aggression for economic issues (oil), lowers
pollution standards, eliminates overtime provisions and family planning,
and grants corporate welfare while reducing taxes for the rich.
president spouted cries of patriotism, although he skirted the draft
himself. His deeds do not match his words.
live in troubled times.
philosophy of CORPORATISM,
as an ultimate goal, is the elite domination of the economies of the
world. Corporations influence and control the U.S. congress, government
agencies, media, think tanks, important civic groups and both political
parties, using campaign contributions, ownership or donations with an
agenda of globalization.
BETTER WAY is proposed, with cooperatives replacing corporations, with
shared risk & rewards, with everyone having an opportunity for the American
Dream. This is economic, political and social war for truth in government,
freedom of mind, body and soul (see the essays page of this site). Life
is more than birth, consuming, polluting and death.