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2011 MS150 ride
- How did Hewlett-Packard (HP) die so quickly?
- Hot ride on Fall Creek loop
- 6 Reasons The Guy Who’s Fixing Your Computer Hates You | Cracked.com
- Wal-mart as the new head of state
- We took ye for granted, and are sorry for it
- High Court Upholds Arizona Law Penalizing Employers Over Illegal Immigrant Workers
- Advice for fathers about their sons and their mothers
- The fog of disclosure: Why we must see the visuals, but never will
- Environmental nuts: Here’s How to “Be Green”
- Just another ride … with 13,000 friends
- The BP MS 150 is coming . . . SOON!
- Never let a good crisis go to waste
- Catch me if you can
- P.J. O’Rourke on the Scourge of Bike Lanes – WSJ.com
- A most excellent adventure in the wildflowers
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Tag Archives: history
A president steeped in history would have never pushed ObamaCare on so thin a reed of public approval. In the great movement of American history, Americans haven’t worshipped at the altar of charismatic leadership. They have been the most skeptical … Continue reading
This piece is shamelessly purloined from one of the dozens of email forwards that I get daily. It’s funny, but not if you fancy yourself a liberal. If so, then don’t read it. My apologies in advance to my liberal … Continue reading
Somewhere in the bad news abyss of our daily lives lurks good news. Good happenings. Good people. Sometimes the effort required to find that goodness leads to resignation of effort. Here is my contribution. Pick up a paper clip and … Continue reading
At least I’m guessing reparations will be suggested following the “unsaid apology” described in this news article. The son of the U.S. Air Force pilot who dropped the first atomic bomb in the history of warfare says the Obama administration’s … Continue reading
Courtesy of my friend Don Bynum, here is a great YouTube clip from a San Francisco cable car, in 1906. Here is Don’s explanation … or at least what he forwarded about it. The comments on YouTube are quite interesting … Continue reading
The textbook wars are on. There are many indications that there are attempts to substantially revise history. The highly anticipated public hearing on the standards for the Social Studies curriculum is underway at the Texas State Board of Education. Over … Continue reading
This is big. The history of America (as opposed to simply “American history”) is a fabulous story in spite of the many bumps encountered along the way. It is a history of which to be proud to have inherited, to … Continue reading
An interesting piece from Liberty Counsel. (Note 1) I saw a portion of the Mike Huckabee show last night and a LC spokesman was talking about this problem. Pay attention: The SBOE — which approves standard curriculum textbooks — is … Continue reading
I think I’m putting this on here (and FB viewers might need to go to the link if photos don’t show) for a couple of reasons. One is nostalgic, nostalgia simply for times that I live within and nostalgia for … Continue reading
(CNSNews.com) – A commentary published in the once-official newspaper of the Soviet Union heralded America’s “descent into Marxism” citing the United States’ takeover of General Motors, poor education standards, and the election of Barack Obama as president. via CNSNews.com – … Continue reading