Life is a Conspiracy

I know a few people on a professional level that strongly believe that every significant event in history is the result of a secret cabal or conspiracy.  Whether it’s the Moslem belief the 9/11 was the result of secret efforts from

Things That Make You Say Hmmm

Strange Things to Ponder… 1. Why is it called Alcoholics Anonymous when the first thing you do is stand up and say, ‘My name is Bob, and I am an alcoholic’? 2. Why does mineral water that has trickled through

Famous Quotes

Great quotes from Groucho Marx: 1. Alimony is like buying hay for a dead horse. 2. I didn’t like the play, but then I saw it under adverse conditions – the curtain was up. 3. I don’t care to belong

Affirmative Action and the EEOC

An interesting article in today’s Wall Street Journal discusses the planned — and subsequently cancelled — testimony before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.  It appears that the bureaucratic EEOC was not interested in hearing the realities associated with affirmative action. 

Free Jonathan Pollard

Azzam Azzam, an Israeli-Druze who spent years behind bars in Egypt, sent Prime Minister Ehud Olmert a letter Tuesday in which he asks him to appeal for the release of Jonathan Pollard during his upcoming visit to the United States. 

European Pusillanimity Continues

You gotta love the Europeans… Neville Chamberlain must have been at the base of the gene pool, because they all think and act like that failed peacenik.   Now here’s the latest from the AP: “The European Union said Monday it

Chinese Continue Theft of Intellectual Property

A prominent Chinese scientist, one of the founders of the chip manufacturing industry in China, has admitted to stealing his research. The New York Times article notes: “Chen Jin, a dean of Shanghai’s prestigious Jiaotong University and the leader of a government-funded

The Cost of Driving a Car

There is a recent analysis in American Spectator that reads like it came from my friend Jerry Heidenreich…  The author notes: “So gas prices zoom up to, and sometimes past, $3.00 a gallon, and here I am driving a 1992

United 93 and European Pusillanimity

We recently went to see the movie, “United 93”.  Since there have been numerous reviews of the highly rated movie, I won’t be redundant.  I won’t be redundant.   I must admit that the movie had moments that caused me to