Guess what I learned this morning? Coming soon to your neighborhood (and everyone else’s, for that matter) – the Zero Energy Home. One of my guests this morning was the Chairman of the 2015 Home […]
Jim Geraghty has an interesting post on National Review’s website this morning about an influx of donations to the Clinton Foundation from foreign influence seekers. Geraghty points out that those donations are of course intended […]
Two Reading Assignments Today: First, read this. Then this. So the obvious solution to the problem is to mobilize the rapid- response units of the Jobs Core and the SBA, and airlift them to ISIS […]
Yesterday, much fun was had at the expense of Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker when he declined to ask a reporters inquiry as to his thoughts on evolution. Obviously, if he had replied that he was […]
In honor of Lincoln’s Birthday, I’ll pretend I’m a state worker and take the day off- well- ok, I’ll post a few links. But that’s it. 1) As you may have heard this morning, Ct. […]
The lifting of restrictions on U.S. trade with Cuba is already bearing fruit for the beleaguered citizens of that island nation. Several days ago, it was announced that starting shortly, Cubans will have access to […]
As the song by Tears for Fears goes: “Everybody Wants To Rule The World”.
Abraham Maslow, in his 1966 book, created what has been called, “The Law of the Hammer”, which observed the following:
“If all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail.” And how true it is.
The things you learn in life. Having visited the Bay Area quite a few times, I was completely unaware that a 20 minute ferry ride from the Embarcadero to Sausalito could take one straight into “Tea Party Land”.
“Saudi Arabia has proposed holding a gender-segregated Olympic Games.”