U.S. Special Forces to Burma: Help or Hindrance? With Afghanistan and Pakistan hot spots, and Special Forces still used in Iraq to train Iraqi commandos, the United States is in no rush […]
by Dawn Farmer If an entire tree can be held in a tiny puddle – what does that say about our human struggle to control our world?
There are some wonderfully descriptive and colorful words I’d like to hear on television. I know that they’re being uttered; after all, most of us can read lips to a certain degree. […]
Do you have what it takes? That’s the basic question that drives Ben Sherwood’s book The Survivors Club. In a crisis, what determines whether a person survives? “Why do some people live […]
I just thought inquiring minds might want to know.
by Dawn Farmer Have at it…
Harry Kalas, the long-time broadcast announcer for the Philadelphia Phillies and the voice of NFL Films, passed away today. Kalas died in the booth prior to today’s game between the Phillies and […]
Hot links from recent days: My favorite loony elected official warns of “politically correct re-education camps” for youths … Robots are replacing humans as the great explorers, observes Jeremy Hsu … Woe […]
While on the campaign trail, Barack Obama made greening America’s infrastructure a huge priority for his administration. As noted in the Los Angeles Times, Obama planned to spend $150 billion over the […]
Many folks like a good shoot-’em-up Tom Clancy novel, filled with supersecret spy stuff, technologically amazing weapons, and daring young men and women outfitted in black with killing gizmos of all kinds. […]