Monthly Archives: June 2007
We’re not going to write anything else on Arnold Alvarez-Glasman. We’ll just refer people to Foothill. OK. I’m only kidding. We’ll be back.
“The comments are among the most signficant yet in a debate raging on both sides of the Atlantic about growing income inequality and how the super-wealthy are taxed.” -Who exactly is raging about taxes? Too many people are more interested … Continue reading
Al Qaeda Also Fed Up With Ground Zero Construction Delays Being from NYC, and closely watching the delays in construction downtown (I refuse to call it ground zero) this Onion jab got a chuckle out of me.
As we do more online, we all have become more focused on hits. We even have a hit counter that shows which stories get the most hits. The worry is that we become so obsessed that we do this because … Continue reading
If John Kerry is aboard, you know it’s going nowhere.
So a secret ballot is more inhibiting in creating a union than a public ballot. Being a former union member, I say, bah!