Perry Continues To Lead GOP Field

We’re getting close to the point where only two people on this stage will matter.

Beer Bikes Banned By Bavarian Buzzkills

If you haven’t experienced the joys of peddling around Germany with 15 of your closest friends while enjoying several liters of Munich’s finest, you’re too late.

We Have a President, Not a King

Did Speaker Boehner insult President Obama by snubbing his speech request? If so, so what?

White House Officials Upset That Republicans Playing Politics Interfered With Their Attempt To Play Politics

The White House is still smarting over the fact that they got burned by John Boehner, again.

It Is News That Apple’s New CEO Is Gay?

Tim Cook is succeeding Steve Jobs as head of the world’s biggest technology company. Does it matter that he’s gay?

How Steve Jobs Succeeded By Failing

Before achieving astounding success, Steve Jobs had to experience disappointment and failure.

Rick Perry v. Michele Bachmann: Is It Even Really A Contest?

Rick Perry will need to get past Michele Bachmann before he takes on Mitt Romney. But, really, how hard could it be?

The PC Turns 30, Is It Over The Hill?

The IBM PC was introduced 30 years ago. Has its time passed?

Wisconsin Recall: Republicans Hold 4 of 6, Senate

The second round of the rolling Wisconsin recall elections was held yesterday. The Republicans are still in charge.

Biden: Tea Party ‘Terrorists’

Vice President Biden has called Congressional Republicans and their Tea Party backers “terrorists.”

Is It All Over But The Blame Game? Or, Why I’m Thinking We’re Hosed

I no longer have any confidence that our leaders will act responsibly before the August 2nd debt ceiling deadline.

Sarah Palin Trademarks Her Name

As of June 17, Sarah Palin is a registered US trademark, serial number 85-170,226.

Red Bull’s Billionaire Maniac

Business Week has a fascinating profile of Dietrich Mateschitz, whom they dub “Red Bull’s Billionaire Maniac.”

Land Rich and Cash Poor

Montana Congressman Denny Rehberg is catching some flak for complaining that he’s “struggling like everyone else” despite a net worth in the millions.

Google’s Android Phones Also Collecting User Location Data

Apple isn’t the only company collecting data off their smartphones.

No Matter Where You Go, There Your iPhone Is

Why, yes, my iPhone has indeed been tracking me since last summer.

The Barry Bonds Verdict

Another celebrity trial shines a light on our bizarre justice system.

Applebee’s Serves Toddler Alcohol Instead of Juice

A 15-month-old was accidentally served a mixed drink instead of apple juice.

The War On Happy Meals Reaches New York City

The war on childhood fun reaches the East Coast.

Huckabee: Obama Not Scout or Little Leaguer

Mike Huckabee apologized for saying Barack Obama grew up in Kenya, explaining only that he meant that the president isn’t a Real American.

An Official Statement Concerning Violence, Threats of Violence, Comparisons to Hitler, Etc.

My official statement. Please refer to this the next time somebody says something stupid.

iPhone 5 Gets Bigger Screen, Slideout Keyboard?

The next-generation iPhone 5 is rumored to have a 4 inch screen and even a slide-out keypad.

Stop Us Before We Eat Again: The Case Against Food Paternalism

They’re from the government, and they’re here to take that tasty snack out of your hands.

Activity and Inactivity and the Individual Mandate

It seems to me that inactivity can have just as profound affects as activity and likewise that it is rather difficult to argue that health care isn’t part of interstate commerce.

Where Are America’s Jobs?

What happened to the 15 million jobs that were supposed to be created in the past 10 years but weren’t?

Natural Monopolies

Kodak Claims Patent for Online Photos. No, Really.

So, Kodak is suing Shutterfly because it claims to have invented the idea of putting pictures on the Internet.

iPhone Adds $1.9 Billion to US Trade Deficit

Did you know that the iPhone is made in China for a mere $6.50? It’s false but true!

Is iTunes Killing the Album?

The Atlantic’s Dave Thier laments that, “The Beatles on iTunes Means Your Kids May Never Hear ‘Her Majesty’

3rd Party Candidates in 2010

Republicans either lost or barely won a whole lot of races because their vote was split with minor party candidates.

Times Paywalls a Bust?

After three months, Rupert Murdoch’s strategy of walling off the Times websites isn’t looking so smart.