Monthly Archives: April 2006
The House looks prepared to pass the 2007 Intelligence Authorization Bill. Section 423 grants the power for the CIA & NSA to arrest anyone who is commiting any felony, even if it has nothing to do with foreign intelligence. This … Continue reading
Guy Kawasaki has a great business blog that I read regularly. He just posted a very interesting piece entitled The Top 10 Lies of Entrepreneurs, it is dead on accurate and entertaining.
The quality of political cartoons about Bush are starting to reach a crescendo, check out this fine example.
There was a recent article in the Economist about Nauru, an 8 square mile Island in the South Pacific about 400 miles off the coast of Australia. The island had a large natural supply of high grade phosphate, used to … Continue reading
Last night on 60 Minutes, Tyler Drumheller, the former chief of the CIAâ€™s Europe division, revealed that in the fall of 2002, President Bush, Vice President Cheney, then-National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice and others were told by CIA Director George … Continue reading
If you have a few minutes to burn, take a trip through the history of McDonald’s TV commercials. It’s a highly bizarre and humorous journey. I especially like the Irish guy commercial… this guy would have to conclude the ad … Continue reading
Check out this color coded map that shows the price per gallon of regular unleaded gas in the country. The blue states are red and the red states are green, why?
If you were to make a strawberry milkshake at home it would probably include about 4 ingredients. Let’s see what the ingredients look like for a strawberry milkshake from a leading fastfood joint: milkfat and nonfat milk, sugar, sweet whey, … Continue reading
There’s a lot of talk about using preemptive strikes against Iran to destroy their nuclear capabilities. One big difference between the strike against in Iraq in 1981 that worked perfectly and this one is the B61-11 nuclear bunker buster bomb … Continue reading