When Led Zeppelin recorded the iconic guitar driven “Whole Lotta Love”, the drums had to be right. “For the song to work as this panoramic audio experience, I needed Bonzo [drummer John Bonham] to really stand out, so that every stick stroke sounded clear and you could really feel them. If the drums were recorded […]
Cato Institute’s Doug Bandow lays out an obvious choice for America.
Despite continued rapid money creation in japan, stock prices are pulling back. Meanwhile gold has jumped back over $1,400/ounce in early morning trading reports the Wall Street Journal.
Obamacare is a train-wreck already as small businesses see huge cost spikes ahead.
Technology isn’t only about start-ups and IPOs. The future of technology in Norway could hinge on its relationship with oil and gas companies.
As the pressure of the scandals build-up, so does the arrogance.
Go to www.openthebooks.com or get the “app” using your phone by searching “open the books” in your App Store. You will have at your finger-tips a map of how your dollars are being wasted by the government.
The 27th Margaritaville opened last week in Atlantic City. Keenan Mayo reports at Bloomberg Businessweek:
You can continue to add big jobs to the list of big things to love about big Texas. In yet another report, this one from the American Legislative Exchange Council, Texas ranked number one over the last decade in jobs and economic growth.
You are not a customer, you are a citizen. The IRS scandal is not about bad customer service. It’s about government that’s too big. Citizens are voting with their feet and moving to states, like Texas, where they’re well treated. As Matthew Continetti writes at the Weekly Standard: