Culture

Going Green AGAIN: It’s Time to Act

Last year I wrote about how it’s not easy being green and, while it was an inspired piece of writing, as most of my blogs are, this year I am going to approach the whole “Green is Universal” week on NBC differently then I did last year.  While last year I sounded […]

 

Top Ten CF Stories of September 2008

We’d like to take a few minutes to look back over September and give credit to the top stories during the month of September 2008. Some of these stories were written well before September, but continue to top the list in popularity. So without further ado, let’s begin with #10 […]

 

$700 Billion Bailout: Pro and Con Open Thread

Okay, it needs to be discussed, but I am far from the economic expert. The House of Representatives will vote today on the revised version of the proposed $700 billion bailout. At best, I can discuss this from a theoretical / logical perspective, and then I’ll leave it up to […]

 

Feeling Down? Get a Haircut

I’ve been feeling a bit overwhelmed the last few weeks. My new job is extremely busy and I’ve found that when I get home around 6:00pm each day, I am so exhausted that I don’t even feel like opening up my Macbook.  

 

Caylee and Casey Anthony Open Thread

Being a big fan of shows like Nancy Grace and Greta Van Susteren, I can’t help but get sucked into the circus that is this tragic case. Wearing my logical hat, I really get sick to my stomach when I think about the whole thing. These are the facts. Keep […]

 
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Fear: The Cause of Lost Freedoms

Homeland Security has the power it has because we are afraid. Terrorists have probably planned dozens of attacks our government has thwarted and not publicized. We know that some suspects are detained longer and “questioned” in ways that standard civil law does not allow, yet we look the other way […]