Monday, September 19, 2011
Thursday, September 15, 2011
If by chance you haven't already seen this, enjoy.
If you want to report your neighbor (or even yourself) to AttackWatch.com for watching this, feel free. I'm sure the good folks handling the responses would be pleased for the help.
Friday, March 4, 2011
...unless said working man is working for the Arianna Huffington, apparently.
I seldom read the Huffington Post, although last I checked my user ID for comments and the like was still around and working. Most of the content was the same paint-by-numbers "everything is George Bush's fault" ranting that you can find in a hundred other places, with the extra fillip that most of it had already been posted somewhere else.
But it looks like some of the folks supplying H.P.'s content (for free) are starting to get a little restless since AOL made Arianna even richer than she already was. Bill Lasarow, Publisher and Co-Editor of an operation called Visual Art Source went to the length of going on strike against H.P., and posted a blog post titled On Strike from the Huffington Post.
PS: Don't look for this on the HufnPost site. It has been deleted.
Monday, January 17, 2011
Friday, December 24, 2010
Sunday, December 5, 2010
An excerpt from the Whitehouse fact sheet about the recent changes in the long signed Korea USA Free Trade Agreement:
Under the 2010 supplemental agreement, Korea has committed to add a special safeguard for motor vehicles to ensure that the American auto industry does not suffer from any harmful surges in Korean auto imports due to this trade agreement.In other words, if too many consumers actually WANT these Korean vehicles, the US government has the right to tell then "You can't do that" and shut down imports.
What do you guess any increase in Korean sales will start Ford, GM, and the UAW to whining?
For this bit of protectionism, Lord Obama sat on an already signed agreement for two years.