Do Clovis Points really definitively indicate life on Mars?
Every water tower wants a good fire to put out. Or so someone maybe thought last evening when this vacant house at the corner of Dallas and Humes in East Huntsville Burned to the ground – a total loss.
I am shocked and saddened on both counts. Our energy use has already been called an addiction. Once started, consumption of human food resources to fuel vehicles will never stop.
Malice, hate, and greed never cease to amaze me. While I still am not a democrat, and consider Obama to be the inception of the communist era in the United States, I cannot comprehend republicans who denigrate and ridicule the unemployed as lazy, telling them to go to school, get out of their hammock, and […]
It’s really hard to imagine. The nation is still reeling from the worst economic recession since the great depression. Unemployment is still near 8%, twice that for black men, and the housing market and manufacturing are still sluggish at best. And yet, Chicago teachers making an average of $70k annually, in a job that should […]
There was a reason why it was called “Independence Day,” aka the 4th of July. In the beginning, the American colonies got together and decided they didn’t much care for the oppressive tyranny of the English Crown and King George. Thousands of American soldiers sacrificed their lives so that we might live independently. And, incidentally, […]
I see with consternation and sadness that Dan Rather is throwing in the towel at CBS once and for all. I hadn’t realized how old Dan is until all the raucous over his tenure had come up lately. Seventy-four has even got Paul McCartney beat. Frankly, I think Dan got a raw deal in the […]
The 165 year old, 600 ton structure that once served as a home to Alabama Senator Jeremiah Clemens (and indigent winos at one point according to some reports), was moved…