Monthly Archives: September 2011

Conservatives: Ease Up On The Solyndra Talk

Is it just me or does this Solyndra bankruptcy seem to be getting a whole lot of press?  A lot more than it deserves. Granted, Fremont, California-based Solyndra had an interesting idea, and it definitely was not your grandfather’s solar … Continue reading

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My Encounter With “The Unabomber”

Today is the sixteenth anniversary of the publishing of the “Unabomber Manifesto,” a rambling 35,000 word anti-technology screed that contained enough writing-style clues that it eventually led to the arrest and guilty plea of Ted Kaczynski for the crimes of … Continue reading

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Is It Too Soon For Obama Nostalgia?

It’s that relatively quiet time in the election season, and this time around the Republicans are trying to fight back their optimism and Democrats are trying to fight back their pessimism.  There may be a few debates and straw polls … Continue reading

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Winning Ideas From Losing Candidates

Why do we always totally discard the ideas from candidates who lose presidential elections?  Many times a perfectly good idea gets chained around the unsuccessful neck of a loser candidate, and the winner shies away.  Granted, we don’t want winners … Continue reading

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