Archive For The “News” Category

Osama bin Laden is Finally Dead!!!

By | May 1, 2011

President Obama addresses the nation on the death of Osama bin Laden Osama bin Laden is finally dead. This is something that has been a long time coming. It is has been almost 10 years since the 9/11 attacks, after which we committed to capture or kill Osama bin Laden. Although we all knew bin […]

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Is Now A Good Time for Obama to Release Oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve?

By | April 20, 2011

With Prices at the pump starting to reach $4+ a gallon it may be time for Obama to release some oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve. Apparently he has indicated that he could had done it about a month ago, but he seems to be waiting for a worst trigger point; than the current crisis […]

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Egyptian Revolution Succeeds: Mubarak is Gone!

By | February 11, 2011

The Egyptian people have spoken and after 18 long days of protest their president of 30 long years has finally agreed to go. While this is generally seen as a good thing at this stage, there is still so much question as to who will fill this void. President Obama and others are comparing this […]

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Never Tell Me the Odds!

By | November 22, 2010

“Sir, the possibility of successfully navigating an asteroid field is approximately 3,720 to 1!” “Never tell me the odds.” ~C-3PO and Han Solo “Never tell me the odds” is perhaps one of the most memorable quotes from Star Wars. While the delivery was good, the quote is not memorable because of anything particularly special in […]

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Chafee says trust me, where have we heard this before?

By | October 30, 2010

Got to love campaign slogans “trust Chafee”. Chafee give me something more to trust than a 1% tax increase on the stuff I need. If that’s the good news I hate to hear what the bad news is. (Now don’t get me wrong I honestly don’t know much about him, but what I do know […]

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Pogo Dave in North Kingstown

By | August 1, 2010

Today on Route 4 South in North Kingstown between Oak Hill and West Allenton Road, I observed a guy riding an exercise bike on top of his car. My first thought was that it must be some sort of political stunt, with all the red, white, and blue wrapped around the car and the 20 […]

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WikiLeak’s Afghanistan War Logs

By | July 28, 2010

As many of you have heard WikiLeaks has Published Afghanistan war logs dating from 2004 all the way up to the beginning of 2010. They claim since everything is submitted anonymously they do not know who sent them the war logs. Not only did Wikileaks publish them, but they published the entire 91,000 logs, well […]

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Watson comes up short in the 138th Open Championships

By | July 21, 2009

It was late Sunday afternoon at the Turnberry golf course and 59 year old Tom Watson was staring down a medium length putt that would seal his victory at the 138th Open Championships. He could feel a brisk wind hitting him; the same wind that was coming off the ocean all day and reaching speeds […]

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The Apple iPhone

By | July 19, 2009

The recent release (June 19) of the Apple iPhone 3GS (I’m sure we have all seen the commercials and advertisements for Apple’s newly updated version of the iPhone) has an innumerable amount of what the iPhone calls “apps” (features). The various apps allow you to perform different functions such as listening to music, recording videos, […]

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CDC Will Not Rename Swine Flu as the WHO.

By | May 3, 2009

Now that the World Health Organization has taken to calling Swine Flu simply influenza A (H1N1), the Centers for Disease Control here in the United States will not follow suit, because they believe changing the name now will only serve to confuse people. They want to be as clear as possible in such an anxious […]

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