You probably realize that many American companies are wagering their future growth on emerging prosperity in China. Multi-national corporations such as General Electric, Honeywell, etc. are working deals with Chinese companies that entail “foreign offsets” to gain a foothold in
It’s always interesting to see how the Moslems respond to satirical cartoons…
You’ve got to love the American bumper sticker. I still remember the first time I saw an old guy driving a ritzy red Cadillac in Florida with a single sticker on the back of the car that said: “I’m spending
It’s one concept that is very difficult for people raised in Judeo-Christian culture to understand… of course, I’m talking about the Moslem notion that it’s acceptable to lie. This was covered in a recent issue of Arutz Sheva, which noted:
Do we learn about global warming and green house gases from the media, Hollywood movies, and left wing politicos? Or do we read science facts, think, and make our own decisions? Click here to take this test. It’s 10 Questions…
If you want to read a series of pragmatic comments about global warming, check out Mechanical Engineering Design News… As an engineer that prefers to make business decisions based on the scientific process, I think that you will find that many scientists and
An interesting story in the Jerusalem Post about the recent terror attack by Palestinians… evidently, there was an Israeli officer nearby who killed the second terrorist before he could explode his bomb belt.
A great commentary from Victor Davis Hanson, who highlights with sarcasm and solid historical facts, some of the unreasonable expectations for peace in the Middle East: Greek Cypriots can advise Israel about concessions necessary to Muslims involving a divided Jerusalem.
This is what happens if you don’t protect your borders… Hat tip to Mark Clower
I received a note from John Tavardian about Peggy Noonan’s editorial in a recent issue of Wall Street Journal. John observes: “She takes both Democrats and Republicans to task for their inter-party civil wars. What I found most interesting, through,