It’s always fascinating to review the source artifacts of history, devoid of editorialization and selective interpretation… I found this photograph on-line of President Lincoln’s brief telegram to General Grant from August 17, 1864 – nearly 160 years ago (see image
I don’t recall where I came across these images, but they sum up the most basic political questions very succinctly. Here is an interesting fact to buttress the claim above: 19 of the top 20 cities in the US with
I’ve got a few grape plants around my yard, with one Chardonnay plant in particular in a large pot on my deck. I’ve been extremely pleased with the growth and the quantity of grape clusters on the vines this year.
I’ve commented previously that many of the engineering and technical journals have started outsourcing the writing to so-called ‘journalists’. That is, writers that don’t really have a passion or the insights for the topic are creating sophomoric stories. In this
It’s a real shame that’s it come to this, but it’s now our reality in the United States: It seems no great event or upheaval in our national life can pass now without the media lying to our faces about
Large corporations always have their antennas raised on current events, looking to stay relevant with the public. It’s interesting that their PR departments have concluded that it’s useful to enter the arena of politics: …numerous corporations are scrambling to capitalize