Greek Unemployment Soars By 1.5% In One Month, Hits Record 27.2%… It’s still not getting any better… via Zero Hedge.
Does the government work for us, or do we work for the government? How can the president claim the lawful power to kill whomever he wishes and at the same time ask Congress to incapacitate our ability to defend ourselves
It’s now the government schools indoctrinating 4th grade students with “I Am Willing to Give Up Some of My Constitutional Rights… to Be Safer”. I suppose that this is considered ‘progressive‘…
My buddy Dave and I attend the Dayton Sharks Indoor football game at the infamous Hara Arena yesterday. It was very entertaining and we hope to have the opportunity to attend another game next season.
Interesting comments from Victor Davis Hanson: Confessions of a Counter-Revolutionary. Here is what you do if you are a revolutionary who wishes to transform the American economy: a) Have the government absorb health care, one-sixth of the economy. b) Ensure that
Even with the repetitive stupidity so often coming out of Washington this notion of again making housing loans more available to people who can’t afford homes is astounding… In a bid to stem taxpayer losses for bad loans guaranteed by
Courtesy of StrangeCosmos… Pitching is 80% of the game. The other half is hitting and fielding. – Mickey Rivers We’ve got to pause and ask ourselves: How much clean air do we need? – Lee Iacocca If it weren’t for
Customer feedback is great for telling you what you did wrong. It’s terrible at telling you what you should do next. via Business.
Some engineering humor courtesy of Joe K: 1. Ratio of an igloo’s circumference to its diameter = Eskimo Pi 2. 2000 pounds of Chinese Soup = Won ton 3. 1 millionth of a mouthwash = 1 microscope 4. Time between
The Louisville comeback might not be the story of one the best Final Four games in recent memory. The story is a jump-ball call on a possession in which Wichita State could have tied the game. It more or less