Lance Armstrong’s wins weren’t caused by his doping, but he was still performance enhanced. Superstorm Sandy was similarly enhanced by industrial climate disruption.
The first and most important step toward real and lasting economic growth in America is undoing the damage done over the last 30 years by outsourcing. Every manufacturing job that goes overseas costs 15 jobs outside the factory, the support system for those working families: the supply chain, information technology, shipping, packaging, telecommunications, water, electricity, […]
Okay, so here we are. Despite a weak incumbent hampered by an economic hangover of unprecedented proportions and four years of single-minded obstructionism intended to cripple his leadership, despite deliberate attempts at voter disenfranchisement and over a billion dollars of negative advertising that ranged from deceptive to downright libelous, Obama won. Wait, “won” understates it. […]
The results for pod #9 are in, and we have another rout: Phil Collins takes better than 70% of the vote as the seeded entry wins again (that’s seven out of nine the seeds have won). Pil advances to the round of 16. Next, pod #10. Have you ever wondered what this city was built […]
Mystery Unraveled: How a white, moderate, married, churchgoing, middle-class, middle-aged woman could vote for Obama
‘We do not see things as they are; we see things as we are.” – Anais Nin If there’s one word that seemed to characterize Romney supporters’ immediate reaction to Obama’s victory, it’s “shock.” A conservative Facebook friend posted this status: “For the first time in my life I am at a loss for words…absolutely […]
Oblivious to his status as the greatest nuclear thief in history, A.Q. Khan has started his own political party in Pakistan. There’s only person who’s less worthy of being referred to by cool initials than A.Q. Khan. That’s Khalid Sheik Mohammed: KSM sounds way too familiar, creepy, even in its coziness. Before interviewing him for […]