Daily Archives: March 21, 2012
Jay Carney is aggressively but not deliberately ignorant in his comments about the Ryan budget. On the other hand, this can’t be said for his boss.
A fantastic piece. Some highlights: It took several modifications, but with every improvement they made, Mitchell and his team edged closer to the goal of making it economically viable to produce shale gas. By switching to fresh water from a gel substance they had initially started out using, they managed to slash the cost ofContinue Reading
¡El periodico, La Conexión, gracias por publicar mi articulo! Todo inicia con la imagen de un granjero pacífico vendiendo uno de los mejores alimentos naturales, leche fresca sin pasteurizar. Clientes ansiosos, venían desde lejos, inclusive de otros estados, para acceder y saborear este nutritivo producto. ¿Quién podría oponerse a tan armónico comercio en el Rainbow AcresContinue Reading
Folks, this is a campaign stop. The president views it as a good thing. Even he knows enough to wish to hide the disaster of Obamanomics, deliberately refusing to celebrate its second anniversary. But his green energy debacle he still fails to recognize. Obama has learned nothing since first coming to office and being utterlyContinue Reading
We often hear that the state universities have cut spending “to the bone,” but after reading this, you might wonder if all of the high-paid administrators are essential.
“One of the few silver linings of our tough economy today is that it is forcing tough decisions. Big city mayors and governors are having issues with their public employees, because we’ve reached a point where we simply cannot afford business as usual. With a sluggish economy—and fewer taxpayers—the problems that have piled up areContinue Reading
The Supreme Court today issued its decision in the Sackett case, one of the most outrageous extensions of federal bureaucratic power ever. The Court slapped down the EPA and the Ninth Circuit, ruling that property owners must be allowed judicial review of EPA dictates. Read about it here.
University of Arkansas professor Sandra Stotsky writes, According to Renaissance Learning’s 2012 report on the books read by almost 400,000 students in grades 9–12 in 2010–2011, the average reading level of the top 40 books is a little above fifth grade (5.3 to be exact). [snip] The average book reading levels for grades 9–12 onContinue Reading