Julia Child knew the answer – butter. In the opening French bistro scene of the super movie Julie and Julia, Madame Child overlooked her plate of incoming sole, sniffed the air and proclaimed, “Butter!” Julia Child was a butter maven for a lot of good reasons, but I doubt for the health promoting benefits of […]
Archives for September 2011
NSM is the only fifth generation long range precision strike missile in existence as per today. Already chosen by the Royal Norwegian Navy for its new frigates and new coastal corvettes, the NSM will be fully operational on these ships when they enter service in the near future. The NSM is also selected by the […]
Here is a shocking revelation: viruses are responsible for twice as many deaths as cancer. I was surprised to read this, and for good reason. How many of us spend much time reading up on viruses? With all the recent concern about a nasty flu and cold season just around the corner, I decided to […]
U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke and Obama’s White House are sticking it to the states with their misguided policies.
In the 2008 presidential election, 131 million votes were cast. Barack Obama received 9,522,083 million more votes than did John McCain. A swing of less than 5 million votes would have put Mr. McCain, rather than Barack Obama, in the White House.
In Obama’s Two Economies, Daniel Henninger wrote, “For Mr. Obama there is no such thing as the American economy. Instead, there are two Americas with separate economies-one public, the other private. … Because Mr. Obama and his circle divide the economy into two parts, with the private economy merely a satellite orbiting the public sun, […]
The president offers “a plan that asks the most fortunate among us to pay their fair share like everybody else.” One wonders if President Obama’s “everybody else” includes the 50 million Americans on welfare or perhaps the nearly 50% of Americans who pay no income taxes. Probably not, but then who is the everybody else […]