Technology and International Terrorism

Airlines do not allow cell phones on board, but they do allow AirCell a specialized new technology for in flight calls. AirCell's technology has been approved by the FCC because it uses a single regulated frequency. Normal cell phones are not allowed on flights because with the current technology a... Read More

Workaholism, Leisure and Pleasure

The official working week is being reduced to 35 hours a week. In most countries in the world, it is limited to 45 hours a week. The trend during the last century seems to be unequivocal: less work, more play.Yet, what may be true for blue collar workers or state... Read More

Council of Six

The head of the Club of Rome has said that the major issue that prevents World Peace is the matter of terminology or differences in what people mean across different cultures. I have no illusions about having devised a fool proof proposal here - but it would be nice if... Read More

Make Plastic Out of Corn

Here is an interesting thought; Corn to make Plastic An interesting new way to make plastic from corn has been discovered and will be put into process by big chemical companies, which could further erode the Oil prices. And it is of interest that the companies involved in this process... Read More

When Political Correctness in NOT a Virtue

The other day I was sucker punched, hoodwinked, bamboozled, had the wool pulled over my eyes, and generally sidelined by an expert in Political Correctness. In fact, so sidelined did I get that I have been depressed for a week-and I mean really depressed.My second book recently came out and,... Read More

What is the Filibuster-Breaking Nuclear Option?

What is the so-called "nuclear option" that Senator Bill Frist may deploy soon in a precedent-setting attempt to break a potential filibuster? It sounds ominous, but what is it all about, really?President Bush has the opportunity to nominate and fill numerous federal judicial positions this year. Eventually he will have... Read More

Political Lobbying & Biblical Aspects of the Mid-East Crisis

1) IS HAVING A DEMOCRACY MORE EFFECTIVE IN ADDRESSING POLITICAL CONCERNS?The answers below, except for item 3, are a composite of what has come out of 3 Christian web sites in trying to answer the above question.1) Winston S. Churchhill used to say "Democracy is the worst system of government... Read More

Housing Bubble, Interest Rates, Timber Costs; What Has Changed?

What has really changed in the housing market with regards to timber dumping from Canada, lumber costs since the Professional Building Magazine issue in Sept. 2001. How is this affecting the housing market or the predicted housing bubble burst which was suppose to cripple the economy. We have seen the... Read More

Quality of Life and Freedom, Unilateral Discussion

City Governments is their quest for; "quality of life" often lose sight of the revenue stream which derives the money to run their city. Of course this trend has been going on a very long time. People should remember that government exists because the people allow it to exist and... Read More

Alternative to Land Mines in Middle East

With the recent threats from Bin Laden and Al Queda to attack Oil Fields, Pipelines, Facilities, Refiners and Assets of Oil Companies which supply the United States with it's need fuel, such operations will have to upgrade and defend themselves. There are many options from robotics to land mines. Yet... Read More

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Take Marijuana Off the DEAs Docket

Quit paying the DEA to chase marijuana. We could save... Read More

California Power and Commodity Markets

Excess capacity occurs in many industries, such as power, electricity,... Read More

Trucking and the Flow of Fuel

There are many types of fuels besides that gasoline we... Read More

The Reconstruction of Europe

The Second World War was the continuation of World War... Read More

Retirement Age Will Have To Be Raised Since People Are Living Longer

With people living longer we have some problems as those... Read More

Political Branding and Marketing

Political strategists, branding gurus and image consultants could learn a... Read More

Using a Meteor Shower as Decoy for ICBM Attack

In the event of that a threatening nation to the... Read More

Paid Assassins

The civil war in Iraq seems to be much more... Read More

Profiling Eco-terrorists

The FBI recently before Congress stated that Eco-Terrorism was on... Read More

Rugged Individualism vs Human Nature

"Rugged individualism" is actually a euphemism for Thomas Hobbes' baseless... Read More

Electronic Commerce Taxation: Emerging Legal Issues - Part I

The CBR taxes the Pakistani source income of nonresident individuals... Read More

Rants by Lance: BRAC Committee Talks Irrelevant Completely

It is amazing we have so many men, who belong... Read More

A Few Quick Thoughts on Freedom and Technology

We have known of the innate characteristic need of members... Read More

Voters are to Blame for Bad Politics

When I was growing up, I actually considered a career... Read More

Question Authority

Policemen in many US cities are taking their new authority... Read More

Political Correctness got you down?

I hear it all the time; you can't say that.... Read More

Double Standards for Regulators?

Elliot Spitzer, recently said he wanted to drive a stake... Read More

The Dragons

I hope to provide a starting point for the serious... Read More

A Viewpoint Not Represented in the Mainstream Media

The news media will regularly present views from Democratic (liberal),... Read More

Cuba: Havana the Good

When North Americans discuss Cuba, they always focus the intense... Read More

Immigration: Ten Points to Ponder

1. Why is it that no one seems to notice,... Read More

PA Congressional Pay Hike Raises Eyebrows

While many Pennsylvanians are struggling to figure out how they... Read More

Dafur Emergency: A Challenge To Civilisation

With pain rocking through my whole body today, I cast... Read More

Thomas Paine / Jefferson

Conor MacDari was a Mason but his Masonry deplored the... Read More

George Bush and the Iraq War - Down on Downing Street

You, the reader, should be aware of my affluence of... Read More

National Archives Needs to Embed RFID Tags in Ink

Perhaps we should have printers with ink which has metallic... Read More

Intellectual Property: The ECJ Extends the Use of Trade Marks to Goods and Services

The European Court of Justice ("ECJ") ruled in Praktiker Bau-... Read More

The ?Manchurian Candidate?: Lee Harvey Oswald?

An American soldier is taken behind enemy lines and brainwashed... Read More

Clearing Land Mine Fields from the Air

You know we have sent many, many army tanks with... Read More

Trade Wars, China and Over Regulation At Home

We are seeing some trade wars brewing as American trade... Read More

FTC Hurts Franchising Consumers

Last Summer the Federal Trade Commission came out with a... Read More

Bush Panders America?s Kids to Saudi Pederasts

President Bush and Secretary Powell should hang their heads in... Read More

Increasing Evaporation in Ocean to Defeat Droughts

One way to increase evaporation in the ocean might be... Read More