Who’s writing? What’s the problem? Anthony Schnotala, Hickory Corners MI, March 8 2013: “It’s not the guns that are the problem, it is the people.” Ann Wood, paraphrasing Rupert Bankert, Provincetown MA, March 1 2013: “Guns aren’t the problem, people are.” Sydney Manning, Springfield VA,
While trying to find conference reports, presentations or minutes from this week’s Energy Ocean 2009 Conference on renewable tidal, wind and wave energies, I came across this piece of copy advocating for Maine coastal energy initiatives. “It’s In Our DNA?” State funding for technology research
Watch out whenever you hear the phrase dependence on foreign oil – it’s a signal that someone is trying to change the subject away from our nation’s real economic and environmental needs.
“Catchy slogans aside, please Rock the Vote!” – Capital University student body President Ryan Stiers
Sarah Palin isn’t just defending airspace over Alaska from Putin’s rearing head. Sarah Palin is the Alaskan airspace.
Last night, I encountered the latest McCain-Palin slogan on their campaign website: Peregrin Wood has already covered the creepy cult-like aspects of the phrase “Country First.” But what about “Reform, Prosperity, Peace?” Reform? Under the rule of George W. Bush and the Republican-controlled Congress, consumer