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Analysis: Why Edward Snowden isn't a whistle-blower, legally speaking
Tue Jun 18, 2013
He is a straight-up traitor and should be tried and hung for treason, (and not necessarily in that order).
Scientists moving 15-ton magnet from NY to Chicago
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Don't understand why they do not take it through the northern loop, through the St. Lawrence seaway and through the Great Lakes. Only thing I can think of is that it might be too big, but I doubt it
Hooters is chasing women — as customers
Fri Mar 8, 2013
Hooters is NOT a family restaurant, in spite of the fact that some red-necks in Virginia regularly take there wife and kids to dinner there, so they can ogle the young girls while eating bad food. Unless they are prepared to appeal to a broader demographic, they are doomed to fail. IMHO, the Hooters …
Want more retirement security? Move to Slovenia
Thu Mar 7, 2013
As long as inflation stays in check and social security remains strong
Book says Roger Ailes called Obama 'lazy' and Biden 'dumb as an ashtray'
Wed Mar 6, 2013
Please, this Fox "news reader" must have been looking in a mirror when he made this comment. Not one talking head on "Fox Views" has ever had an opinion that Rupert Murdoch didn't tell him, (or her), to have. I don't even think most of his readers are US citizens. this would be a great place to star …
Now it's the debt, politicians and the economy, stupid
Wed Jan 16, 2013
Not unemployment, but under-employment, combined with lack of benefits and job security.
The Stingray returns: Chevy unveils C7 Corvette
Sun Jan 13, 2013
Dude, If you're going to write about cars, you should know more about cars and automotive history in general. The first Corvettes were hand-built, limited edition pseudo-sport cars with an in-line, "Blue-Flame" six cylinder engine, twin side-draft Rochester carburetors and a (really bad), two-speed …
Massive Indianapolis explosion baffles investigators
Mon Nov 12, 2012
Natural gas, (methane gas), as it comes out of the ground is odorless, until the gas company adds the leak detection scent. If this was a gas explosion I would look for the source to be a near-by fracking, coal mining operation, or possibly some natural geological anomaly. maw
'Never forget': With tattoos, new generation proudly bears elders' Auschwitz scars
Mon Oct 1, 2012
I know better than most, that for Jews, tattoos are supposed to be taboo. In 1963 at age 19 while in Air-force tech school I had a Jewish star tattooed onto my right shoulder so that I could no longer deny being Jewish, (not that my name and nose weren't a dead giveaway). I had grown up in a Catholi …
Feds: Evangelical Christians stung by Ponzi scheme
Wed Aug 22, 2012
In the words of C.S. Lewis, "you can't cheat an honest man".
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