The American public is "just too darn stupid to get it." That is the message that CNBC's Rick Santelli hears from the mainstream media when discussing polls that suggest US citizens are against a rise in the debt ceiling.
Noam Chomsky, the world-renowned political dissident, linguist and author, weighs in on today's 12th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks and how the civil war in Syria appears destined to permanently break the country apart.
A generation of children has been written off. Today we say NO more.
On government licensing: “We have essentially no patents in SpaceX. Our primary long-term competition is in China. If we published patents, it would be farcical, because the Chinese would just use them as a recipe book.”
I caught a glimpse of Sean Connery on TV late Monday afternoon at Ashe Stadium as the unequalled “James Bond” watched the unequalled two giants of today’s men tennis, Rafa and Novak, battle for supremacy at the US Open Tennis championship in New York
What the government is good at is collecting taxes, taking away your freedoms and killing people. It’s not good at much else. - Tom Clancy
John Kerry is at it again. According to the BBC, the US Secretary of State has stridently asserted that the Syrian president’s use of chemical weapons, on August 21, crossed a “global red line”.
When it comes to U.S. economic or foreign policy, Dr. Jim Willie, Publisher of the Hat Trick Letter, says, “The U.S. Ship of State is sinking, and it is a derelict vessel.”
Dear Representative Kennedy: I am a resident of Brookline, Massachusetts, and I voted for you with enthusiasm during your election campaign last year.
Does the lead photo with this article look like a good place to put over 1700 new homes on a little over 600 acres? What if I told you it was working agricultural land in a remote location 45 miles north of San Diego and 61 miles south of San Bernar
Jody Gevins Underwood emailed me today concerning last nights board meeting of the Free State Project, and the motion to kick me out of the organization. Below is the exact text of that email, and then I will give you my thoughts on the matter.
After nearly a decade, Vin Diesel returns as cult favorite Riddick, a convict with the ability to see in the dark, in this weekend's follow-up to the 2004 film "Chronicles of Riddick."
Over the past several decades, a tumorous growth has emerged from and taken over the Republican Party. This cancer is called a neoconservative, or colloquially just simply neocon.
Justin Amash on NBC Nightly News 9/4/13
They're millions of digits long, and it takes an army of mathematicians and machines to hunt them down -- what's not to love about monster primes?
“This is not a real debate in America—any more than when we dropped the nukes on Japan.”
Fanaticism over anything, anyone, from celebrities to teams to beliefs is a serious mistake…think of all the celebrity fanatics, the team fanatics, the religious fanatics, the nationalistic and political fanatics...
Video glasses for gaming and watching movies aren't new by any stretch.
Here's the video. There's an intro about something else, but it soon becomes about Musk's take on the competition:
The long prison terms that four of the Cuban Five continue to serve – on the basis of excessive and unjust convictions I hope will be revoked – are well known. Manning may serve less years in prison than those officially announced
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk wants to put humans on Mars in the next 10 to 15 years.
MSNBC, the haven for “progressives” and diehard Democrats, is in the toilet… again.
China's auto market is booming. Despite some signs of a slowdown, sales remain very, very strong, showing double-digit gains.
Bill O'Reilly must think America is made up mostly of loons.
In general, I’d summarize it this way: He has spoken against the arrogance of the rulers…and for the people, the children, all those who suffer at the hands of bully’s – political or personal worldwide.
What in the world is happening to our financial markets?
A new Reuters/Ipsos poll has finally found something that Americans like even less than Congress: the possibility of U.S. military intervention in Syria.
In a word – don’t.
Open letter to the citizens of the world about our war-mongering government.