POP QUIZ! If you could spend two days locked in your wood-panelled basement playing 'BlackOps' with anyone on earth, who would you choose? Awwww....that's sweet. You'd choose your brother. But we said ANYONE on earth. That's right, look up slowly, take a deep breath, and now decide. We thought you'd come around. This week's cheesecake … Continue reading Friday LinkFrogging – 1/21/11
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Kuwaiti Company Makes Huge Gas Find in Texas So let me get this straight; letting China (CNOOC) buy Unocal was somehow an afront to both our security and our sensibilities as Americans, but it's OK to lease onshore drilling rights in the US to companies from Kuwait?? How does that benefit us in this time … Continue reading Bush Inc. rolls on!
OK ladies and gentlemen, tonight's debate will use baseball terminology in its scoring. My initial intent was to report on just home runs, but there was only one of those, so I was thwarted. Oh well, sometimes small ball is the way. What makes your economic plan better? McCain - K: Still doesn't acknowledge the role of deregulation … Continue reading Presidential Debate #3: Playoff Baseball
"Can I call you Joe?" "Yes." But then she didn't. Obviously a stage prop. Especially since Joe repeatedly called McCain, 'John.' Nice strategy. Since Joe's not running for Prez and John is, Joe doesn't have nearly as much to lose by attaching them both to the Beltway. All in all, I thought Palin might've pulled … Continue reading VP Debate: Not a landslide
We could drill everywhere in the U.S. and not meet our energy needs or reduce prices. The U.S. contains only 3 or 4 percent of the world's proven oil and gas reserves. As the U.S. Department of Interior has indicated, at the most, only 4 billion barrels of oil reserves lie off the entire Atlantic … Continue reading Expanded domestic drilling and its ‘benefits’