It's ironic. In many parts of the world, there is no clean drinking water. Here in the U.S., pure, drinkable water flows out of every tap, and yet Americans buy a staggering amount of bottled water. We pay big bucks for it, too — more than $15 billion a year.
You global warmers better get on the stick!! Im cold!!
" BAGHDAD - Oil giants Chevron Corp. and Total have confirmed that they are in discussions with the Iraqi Oil Ministry to increase production in an important oil field in southern Iraq.
The discussions are aimed at finalizing a two-year deal, or technical support agreement, to boost production at the West Qurna Stage 1 oil field near Iraq's second-largest city of Basra.
COLUMBUS - Gov. Ted Strickland yesterday vowed to veto a just unveiled Republican energy regulation plan if it reaches his desk.
"The bill allows immediate and unfettered access for FirstEnergy to go to market, exposing businesses and consumers in Cleveland, Toledo, and Akron to the risk of skyrocketing electricity prices," he said.
Overall, the best cars sold in the U.S. are made by Honda. That's the conclusion of a recent analysis conducted by Consumer Reports that looks at the reliability, performance, fuel economy, comfort, interior fit and finish, and ergonomics of 262 vehicles we've recently tested.
the republican central committee meeting was postponed...maybe until the beginning of may...darn I was looking forward to the fireworks.
Top Bush administration officials signed off on using torture against suspected terrorists after asking the Justice Department to endorse their legality. "Who would have thought that in the United States of America in the 21st century, the top officials of the executive branch would routinely gather in the White House to approve torture?"
This story was brought to my attention by chris myers. :)
Women seeking a lifelong mate might do well to choose the guy a notch below them in the looks category. New research reveals couples in which the wife is better looking than her husband are more positive and supportive than other match-ups.
"JERSEY CITY — It sounds at first like a student’s worst nightmare: A long field trip to this gritty, gentrifying and altogether unlikely destination.
While visiting the Loew’s Jersey Theater on Saturday, the cadets checked out a sign dating from World War II.
if you've been to any one of the previous 6 "Meet & Greets" you know what a great time can be had. http://www.callingallcreatives.com has all the info...
there are a ton of Gallery stops on the Bus Loop, plus Live entertainment, and the chance to meet a ton of new people.. all for free!
See you next friday!
Continuing to be an outlet for all points of view, Troy welcomes the Chairman of the Republican Party's Central Committee, Doug Haynam, and one of the candidates for the Chairman of the Democratic Party's Central Committee, Pete Silverman, to talk about in-party fighting.
Climate experts predict temperature drop
By Paul Eccleston
Last Updated: 2:01pm BST 10/04/2008
But the world is also facing more dramatic rain storm events such as the flooding which hit Britain last summer, scientists war
(I was interested in the story but I noted the date...how does that happen?)
"Former Republican Rep. Bob Barr said Saturday he has formed a presidential exploratory committee and may seek the Libertarian party nomination.
"America today faces a grave moral and leadership crisis, and those of us who care about our country's future can no longer sit on the sidelines and remain neutral," Barr told an audience at the Heartland Libertarian Conference in Kansas City, Mo.
Voinovich: ‘We’re kinda bankrupting this country.’
I think the Lucas County Republican party is like North Korea, making a stink to let everyone know we still exist :) Of course I am joking. So the controversy is: was the letter, which according to the Blade, appears to have been posted after public closing time, did it make the 5-day deadline? Being it is reported it was posted at 4:42, is the closing time 4:30 or 5 or 5:30? Good question. Who knows?
Hey everyone, I've recently put together a nifty little tool to shorten URL's. It's power by open source software and uses AJAX to push the data out. Enjoy the first alpha release: http://www.tapurl.com/
This showed up in the Columbus Dispatch yesterday. Very interesting.
Relying on charter schools to accurately report their student enrollment might cost the state Education Department $50 million.
Two courts already have said the department must pay, but the State Board of Education voted today to appeal again, this time to the Ohio Supreme Court.
The Minnesota Board of Education is allowing a taxpayer funded "public" school to keep operating even though its clearly a religious Islamic school.
Of course, if this were a Christian school getting funded by tax dollars, all hell would be breaking loose. Why the double standard?
TALLAHASSEE, Florida (Reuters) - Most Florida residents would be allowed to take guns to work under a measure passed by Florida lawmakers on Wednesday.
The bill, allowing workers to keep guns in their cars for self-protection, was approved by the Florida Senate by a vote of 26-13. It now goes to Republican Gov. Charlie Crist to sign into law.