Making Costly Movies

Here is an interesting factoid: The movie ‘Titanic’ (1997) cost more to make than the actual ship (Titanic) that sank. The movie cost $200 million. The actual costs to construct the ship from 1910 to 1912 were $7.5 million. Adjusted

Voting Early in Ohio

No, not me.  I vote in the more traditional fashion.  Frankly, I think the notion of opening-up voting nearly a month before the election is on par with motor voter registration… One of my friends, who happens to be a a regular

It’s Just a Clock

If you recall, there was a young Moslem lad that decided (along with his father) to modify a clock to make it look like a questionable apparatus: Yep, according to Clock Boy’s father, Mohamed, that looks like a harmless clock…  In

A Criminal as President?

As a believer in classical liberalism I’m not a fan of Mr. Trump, but I know which way I’m voting.  This observation from Roger Simon sums up the basis for my decision rather well: Whatever you think of Donald Trump,

Proper Political Perspective

I’ve often proclaimed that most Republicans are very similar to their Democrat counterparts — They also like the idea of big Government and a central planning authority, but claim they can run it more efficiently. This recent episode of Trump using profane language about

US Government Takes Startling Position

Many people may have overlooked this report, but it represents an interesting perspective from the the US Government.  It appears that the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) are accidently fessing up with a position contrary to their political

Becoming a Clinton Target

An interesting observation by Scott Adams, the author of Dilbert, about his experience being targeted by Hillary Clinton acolytes: Late last week my Twitter feed was invaded by an army of Clinton trolls (it’s a real thing) leaving sarcastic insults and