A Google Executive jumps from the edge of space, breaking a record.
In 1789, George Washington took office after being elected by only a small portion of the population of the U.S. Does that mean he wasn’t “democratically elected?”
Some striking data to illustrate the role slavery played in the economy of the South.
Rick Santorum is Michele Bachmann level crazy. Yet he’s arguably the Republican frontrunner right now.
The former pizza executive is a smart guy. But he’s not fit to run the country.
A computer virus has infected America’s fleet of Predator and Reaper drones.
Either a bunch of bloggers or one of the world’s smartest economists doesn’t understand economics.
Like Jon Huntsman, Rick Perry has something to say about evolution today and he handled it very differently.
Jon Huntsman just tweeted, “To be clear. I believe in evolution and trust scientists on global warming. Call me crazy.”
Rick Perry makes a valid point about bringing the economy back to Biblical principles.
Video calling is becoming widely available. Will it become as common as talking on the phone?
Yes, bureaucracies can be annoying, but they are also vital for modern society.
Speaking before Congress yesterday, Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke debunked the assertion that the GOP’s relatively modest $61 billion spending cut package would significantly harm economic growth.
Judge Gladys Kessler upheld the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act’s individual mandate, but she did so by essentially ruling that the Interstate Commerce Clause means whatever Congress wants it to mean.
Should public schoolteachers make more money than the people paying their salaries?
IBM’s Watson computer crushed human competitors on Jeopardy. What does it mean?
I simply do not know enough expletives to adequately express how truly horrible this film was.
Predicting (after a fashion) what the SCOTUS will do with the PPACA and a return to the Commerce Clause and the activity/inactivity disucssion.
We’ve been talking about the 2010 elections since, oh, the day after the 2008 elections. Now, it’s time for final predictions.
Dan Coates has an ad that makes a claim that should make your head explode.
A newly released poll on the Kentucky Senate race may not be an accurate measure of what’s actually going on in that race.
The media is now starting to look at it’s own role in the whole Koran burning story, but the truth is that there really wasn’t any way they could’ve ignored the story.
Starting in November, we’ll get a look inside the mind of one of America’s most fascinating writers.