Wednesday, July 31, 2013

'The Challenger Disaster' to Air on the Science Channel November, 2013

'The Challenger Disaster' to Air on the Science Channel November, 2013

The Real 'Fountain of Youth'

The Real 'Fountain of Youth'

Study: Psychopaths like 'Dexter' Have an Empathy Switch

Study: Psychopaths like 'Dexter' Have an Empathy Switch

Dark Invasion -- Chapter Four

Dark Invasion -- Chapter Four

The Ambrosia Beetle is Threatening Avocado Trees

The Ambrosia Beetle is Threatening Avocado Trees

Ted Cruz clashes with Sen Bill Nelson over NASA funding bill

Ted Cruz clashes with Sen Bill Nelson over NASA funding bill

Small Bodies Assessment Group finds fault with NASA asteroid mission

Small Bodies Assessment Group finds fault with NASA asteroid mission

Poll Suggests Sarah Palin Might Be Viable Senate Candidate

Poll Suggests Sarah Palin Might Be Viable Senate Candidate

Hot Air, noting a recent PPP survey that puts Sarah Palin on top among Alaska Republicans for a run for the United States Senate, makes the case for the Mama Grizzly to go for it as her best chance for elected office.

Toasting Appeals Court Upholding Striking Down New York Ban on Big Gulps

Toasting Appeals Court Upholding Striking Down New York Ban on Big Gulps

Mary Katherine Ham at Hot Air notes that an appeals court in New York ruled that Mayor Michael Bloomberg and the New York City Board of Health lacked the power to regulate what size of sugary drinks New Yorkers can consume.

Why is Obama Telling Whoppers About the Keystone XL Pipeline?

Why is Obama Telling Whoppers About the Keystone XL Pipeline?

While President Obama continues to roam around the country, giving campaign speeches, he stopped by Chattanooga and made the following whopper about the Keystone XL pipeline, according to Fox News.

Tuesday, July 30, 2013

NASA responds to latest Space Launch System Criticism

NASA responds to latest Space Launch System Criticism

'Creed' to Feature the Grandson of Apollo Creed, Rocky's Opponent and Friend

'Creed' to Feature the Grandson of Apollo Creed, Rocky's Opponent and Friend

Kings of England Named George

Kings of England Named George

To Live on the Moon and Mars, Going Underground

To Live on the Moon and Mars, Going Underground

Howard Dean and Sarah Palin Agreeing on Obamacare Death Panels Less Than Meets the Eye

Howard Dean and Sarah Palin Agreeing on Obamacare Death Panels Less Than Meets the Eye

Some parts of the right side of the media, such as Breitbart's Big Journalism, are noticing a Wall Street Journal editorial by former 2004 presidential candidate Howard Dean's critique of Obamacare that seems to match that of Sarah Palin.

How Detroit's Bankruptcy is a Dagger to the Heart of Obamacare

How Detroit's Bankruptcy is a Dagger to the Heart of Obamacare

The Washington Free Beacon reports that Detroit's bankruptcy represents yet another dagger to the heart of Obamacare. It seems, as a way to save money, Detroit is contemplating forcing retirees onto the Obamacare exchanges.

What Republican Vidak's Win in Hispanic District in California Means for GOP

It has been said often enough to become a cliché that the rising number of Hispanics in American means that the Republican Party is doomed as a majority party, since that demographic tends to favor Democrats.

Monday, July 29, 2013

Ted Cruz joins with Rand Paul in NSA fight with Chris Christie

Ted Cruz joins with Rand Paul in NSA fight with Chris Christie

Obama Becomes Boring as the Pivot to the Economy Peters Out

Obama Becomes Boring as the Pivot to the Economy Peters Out

Peggy Noonan, the former speechwriter to President Ronald Reagan, recently had an insight into the collapse of President Obama's rhetorical power that helps to explain why the latest pivot to the economy is already petering out.

Geography and Culture Mitigate Against a Post Oil Economy in Saudi Arabia

Geography and Culture Mitigate Against a Post Oil Economy in Saudi Arabia

One of the nicer aspects of the fracking boom is how much it is likely to hurt Saudi Arabia, a country that has used its oil wealth to make such mischief and to prop up a theocratic state. Now Prince Alwaleed bin Talal says that the Kingdom needs to diversify.

Fire Fighters Flag Raising Photo was Considered 'Too Rah Rah American'

Fire Fighters Flag Raising Photo was Considered 'Too Rah Rah American'

The New York Post has a story about how the iconic photo of firefighters raising the American flag over the ruins of Ground Zero where the World Trade Center stood soon after 9/11 almost didn't get included in the 9/11 Memorial Museum.

Sunday, July 28, 2013

Russia Developing Its Own Inflatable Space Module

Russia Developing Its Own Inflatable Space Module

Did the 1967 Riots Cause the Fall of Detroit? Two Views

Did the 1967 Riots Cause the Fall of Detroit? Two Views

SyFy to Reimagine 'The Wizard of Oz' as 'Warriors of Oz'

SyFy to Reimagine 'The Wizard of Oz' as 'Warriors of Oz'

Dennis Farina was Most Famous for Elmore Leonard Roles, 'Get Shorty' and 'Out of Sight'

Dennis Farina was Most Famous for Elmore Leonard Roles, 'Get Shorty' and 'Out of Sight'

How Could the Soviets Have Landed on the Moon?

How Could the Soviets Have Landed on the Moon?

Therapy Using Embryonic Stem Cells Could Cure Blindness

Therapy Using Embryonic Stem Cells Could Cure Blindness

A Two Drug Therapy Approach Could Prevent Many Cancer Deaths

A Two Drug Therapy Approach Could Prevent Many Cancer Deaths

Going to the Moon After Apollo, Lunar Taxis and Lunar Trucks

Going to the Moon After Apollo, Lunar Taxis and Lunar Trucks

NASA Doing Preliminary Work on Europa Clipper

NASA Doing Preliminary Work on Europa Clipper

NASA researcher hunts for alien civilizations using Kepler data

NASA researcher hunts for alien civilizations using Kepler data

Ted Cruz criticizes plans to close Guantanamo

Ted Cruz criticizes plans to close Guantanamo

Chaos Reigns at NASA Over Space Exploration

If one needs understanding of the chaos that has arisen to consume NASA and the constant wrangling over goals for space exploration, one can look no further than statements made at a recent NewSpace 2013 conference by Lori Garver.

Chris Christie and Rand Paul Fight Over Libertarianism and National Security

Chris Christie and Rand Paul Fight Over Libertarianism and National Security

Hot Air reports on the developing tiff between New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul whether or not there is too much libertarianism in the GOP and whether that could harm national security.

What Support for 'Fourth Trimester Abortions' Says About Low Information Voters

What Support for 'Fourth Trimester Abortions' Says About Low Information Voters

CNS News reported recently on how a TV station called MRCTV went to a local college campus and asked students to sign a petition to legalize fourth trimester abortions, noting that they are banned in all 50 states of the union.

Saturday, July 27, 2013

NASA's Garver proposes to carve piece of big asteroid & bring it to be explored

NASA's Garver proposes to carve piece of big asteroid & bring it to be explored

As the Obamacare Train Barrels Down at Full Throttle, the Ironies Pile Up

As the Obamacare Train Barrels Down at Full Throttle, the Ironies Pile Up

As the purveyors of Obamacare open the throttle for its final implementation, much like the Spanish train operator who managed to crash that high speed train, taking many of the passengers to their deaths, the ironies keep piling up.

Sarah Palin on the 'Phony Scandals' and How They Might Have Been Prevented

Sarah Palin on the 'Phony Scandals' and How They Might Have Been Prevented

While she was on Greta Van Susteren's Fox News show recently, former Gov, Sarah Palin, while in the midst of giving President Obama a thumping for the "phony scandals," went off on an apparent tangent about the 2008 campaign.

Barack Obama, Ho Chi Minh and the Inspiration of Thomas Jefferson

Barack Obama, Ho Chi Minh and the Inspiration of Thomas Jefferson

Mary Katherine Ham at Hot Air relates how absurd President Obama was in mentioning that Ho Chi Minh, the tyrant who was the founder of modern Vietnam, had cited none other than Thomas Jefferson as one of his inspirations.

Friday, July 26, 2013

Israeli Archeologists Claim to Have Found a Palace of King David

Israeli Archeologists Claim to Have Found a Palace of King David

The Next 'Man of Steel' Movie Will Feature Superman and Batman

The Next 'Man of Steel' Movie Will Feature Superman and Batman

Theory: Self Replicating Alien Space Probes Are Already Here

Theory: Self Replicating Alien Space Probes Are Already Here

NASA's Lori Garver seems to flip flop on a return to the moon

NASA's Lori Garver seems to flip flop on a return to the moon

I quiver with anticipation...

Ted Cruz jumps to 12 percentage points in early presidential preference poll

Ted Cruz jumps to 12 percentage points in early presidential preference poll

Is Defunding Obamacare a Forlorn Hope?

Is Defunding Obamacare a Forlorn Hope?

Is the effort by conservatives such as Mike Lee, Ted Cruz, and Marco Rubio to defund Obamacare a forlorn hope? Byron York, writing in the Washington Examiner, seems to think so, noting that Senate Democrats can block any such effort.

Harry Reid Blows Up Tax Reform

Harry Reid Blows Up Tax Reform

One of the dim hopes that Congress would actually do something positive about the persistent economic malaise happened when Sen. Max Baucus, D-Mont found his inner statesman and reached across the aisle to try to cobble together tax reform.

Obama Tries to Brazen Out the 'Phony Scandals'

Obama Tries to Brazen Out the 'Phony Scandals'

One of the more off putting parts of the Obama "economic" speech was his reference to "phony scandals" that he alleged were being used as a means of distracting the American people from the great work to fixing the economy.

Thursday, July 25, 2013

'The Walking Dead' Season Four Will Feature Smarter Zombies

'The Walking Dead' Season Four Will Feature Smarter Zombies

Alan Turing, Enigma Code Breaker, Computer Pioneer, Gay Man to Get Pardon at Last

Alan Turing, Enigma Code Breaker, Computer Pioneer, Gay Man to Get Pardon at Last

Is Hillary Clinton Really Too Old to Be President?

Is Hillary Clinton Really Too Old to Be President?

Pete Seat has written an essay in Politico that suggests that Hillary Clinton, the once and future woman of destiny, is too old to be president. While one is persuaded that Clinton should never be president, age is the least of her shortcomings.

Eric Holder Decides to Mess with Texas

Eric Holder Decides to Mess with Texas

Attorney General Eric Holder, still smarting as is the rest of the Obama Administration at the Supreme Court's overturning Section 4 of the Voting Rights Act, is suing to force the state of Texas to force it seek preclearance of voting law changes.

For Atheist Chaplains to Exists, First There Needs to Be an Atheist Church

For Atheist Chaplains to Exists, First There Needs to Be an Atheist Church

The idea of an "atheist chaplain" would seem to be a contraction, sort of like "Marxist capitalism" or "Nazi Zionism." And yet a demand has arisen that those atheists who persist in fox holes get their own clergy.

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

'Star Trek Continues' Picks Up Where Classic Trek Left Off

'Star Trek Continues' Picks Up Where Classic Trek Left Off

How the Apollo Astronauts Almost Flew Over the Lunar Surface

How the Apollo Astronauts Almost Flew Over the Lunar Surface

'Neural Dust' Could Enable Human/Machine Interface as Never Before

'Neural Dust' Could Enable Human/Machine Interface as Never Before

President Obama Pivots Back to the Economy -- Again

President Obama Pivots Back to the Economy -- Again

Kickstarter campaign to build 'Slingatron' space launcher prototype

Kickstarter campaign to build 'Slingatron' space launcher prototype

Commentary: Ted Cruz Merits a Look for President in 2016

Commentary: Ted Cruz Merits a Look for President in 2016

'The Simpsons' to Meet 'Family Guy's' Griffins in Crossover Episode

'The Simpsons' to Meet 'Family Guy's' Griffins in Crossover Episode

Learning a Foreign Language by Singing

Learning a Foreign Language by Singing

The IRS Scandal: What Did Obama Know and when Did He Know It?

The IRS Scandal: What Did Obama Know and when Did He Know It?

The Daily Caller is reporting that William Wilkins, the IRS chief counsel who has been implicated in the IRS scandal in congressional testimony, met with President Obama two days before the orders went out from his office concerning the tea party.

How Will Obama Deal with Efforts to Defund Obamacare?

How Will Obama Deal with Efforts to Defund Obamacare?

Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah is leading an effort in the Senate to defund Obamacare before it goes totally in effect. He and the other conservatives can take comfort in a poll that shows that opposition to the law is widening and deepening.

Anthony Weiner Caught Sexting Again and Tries to Brazen it Out

Anthony Weiner Caught Sexting Again and Tries to Brazen it Out

One cannot determine what was creepier. The fact that Anthony Weiner was caught sexting with a much younger woman or the fact that his wife, Huma Abedin, persists in being the supportive, yet outraged little woman.

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Driving on the Moon, Then and in the Future

Driving on the Moon, Then and in the Future

'Firefly' is Coming Back -- as an Online Role Playing Game

'Firefly' is Coming Back -- as an Online Role Playing Game

Researchers Develop Way to 'Turn Off' Extra Chromosome that Causes Down Syndrome

Researchers Develop Way to 'Turn Off' Extra Chromosome that Causes Down Syndrome

Fighting Boredom on the Way to Mars with Computer Role Playing Games

Fighting Boredom on the Way to Mars with Computer Role Playing Games

Now the CIA is Funding Studies of How to Fight Climate Change

Now the CIA is Funding Studies of How to Fight Climate Change

NASA's Cassini takes a picture of Earth from Saturn

NASA's Cassini takes a picture of Earth from Saturn

Why Should One Care About the Birth of Another British Royal?

Why Should One Care About the Birth of Another British Royal?

As CNN and a million other news outlets have reported, a woman named Kate Middleton is lighter of a baby boy who, by right of birth, will likely become King of England sometime later in the 21st Century. There are two ways to approach the story.

Why Did Rand Paul Employ a Confederate Sympathizer?

Why Did Rand Paul Employ a Confederate Sympathizer?

The news that Jack Hunter has resigned from his position as an aide to Sen. Rand Paul, R-KY should have come as no surprise. The surprise is that Paul would employ such a person to start with.

George Zimmerman Saving a Family Doesn't Fit the Narrative

George Zimmerman Saving a Family Doesn't Fit the Narrative

One can just imagine the confusion of people who want to hang George Zimmerman for the death of Trayvon Martin upon hearing that he helped rescue an entire family from their overturned SUV. That doesn't fit the narrative.

Monday, July 22, 2013

Get Ready for 'Sharknado 2'

Now John McCain Has Turned on Stand Your Ground Laws

Now John McCain Has Turned on Stand Your Ground Laws

Nothing can be quite as aggravating as when John McCain gets an idea that something being pumped from the left side of the aisle has merit and decides to take it up. The latest, according to The Hill, concerns Stand Your Ground.

Dan Brown's 'Inferno' Headed to the Big Screen

Dan Brown's 'Inferno' Headed to the Big Screen

New 'Smart Scalpel' Can Analyze Cancers While Removing Them

New 'Smart Scalpel' Can Analyze Cancers While Removing Them

Russia Developing a New Strategic Bomber

Russia Developing a New Strategic Bomber

Theories: Aliens Are Either Hostile or Indifferent to Humans

Theories: Aliens Are Either Hostile or Indifferent to Humans

Photo spread of NASA employees as Vikings raises senatorial eyebrows

Photo spread of NASA employees as Vikings raises senatorial eyebrows

Liberals and conservatives both hope Ted Cruz runs for president

Liberals and conservatives both hope Ted Cruz runs for president

Paula Deen Fans Fight Back with Butter Wrappers

Paula Deen Fans Fight Back with Butter Wrappers

Lost in all the hoopla and hysteria surrounding the death of Trayvon Martin and the desire on the part of some to wreck vengeance against the number one enemy of the people, George Zimmerman, is what's happening with Paula Deen.

Israel's Missile Firing Dolphin Boat Fleet Gives it an Offensive Punch

The Weekly Standard has a story that suggests that the latest destruction of a shipment of Russian missiles in Syria by Israel may not have come from the air, but rather from a cruise missile launched by a Dolphin submarine.

At Long Last, Obama Turns His Attention to the Economy Once More

At Long Last, Obama Turns His Attention to the Economy Once More

According to the Washington Examiner, President Obama, having occupied his time with such burning issues such as gun control, immigration, and, of course, the lamentable death of Trayvon Martin will now start to address the economy.

Sunday, July 21, 2013

Ted Cruz invites Jon Stewart to come to Texas to guzzle syrup with him

Ted Cruz invites Jon Stewart to come to Texas to guzzle syrup with him
Ted Cruz 'we should follow footsteps of Neil Armstrong to lead world'

To Pay for Space Exploration, Let's Defund Green Energy Tax Subsidies

To Pay for Space Exploration, Let's Defund Green Energy Tax Subsidies

According to a recent article in Space News, a debate took place between NASA Deputy Administrator Lori Garver and former House Science Committee Chairman Bob Walker that illustrated one of the big lies of space politics.

As Obamacare Crumbles, White House Insists 'Remain Calm! All is Well!'

As Obamacare Crumbles, White House Insists 'Remain Calm! All is Well!'

The Hill newspaper is reporting that the Obama administration is frantically struggling to find a way to get the Obamacare train back on track. The decision to delay the employer mandate seems to have derailed the process somewhat.

How to Save the Independent Book Store by Turning Them into 'Book Clubs'

How to Save the Independent Book Store by Turning Them into 'Book Clubs'

Saturday, July 20, 2013

Levitation with Sound Waves Has Real World Applications

Levitation with Sound Waves Has Real World Applications

What is Elon Musk's Hyperloop and is it Practical?

What is Elon Musk's Hyperloop and is it Practical?

Australian Researchers Develope Thermocell to Convert Waste Heat into Electricity

Australian Researchers Develope Thermocell to Convert Waste Heat into Electricity

The Apollo 11 Flag on the Moon

The Apollo 11 Flag on the Moon

Debate on NASA space exploration involved technology, destinations, and money

Debate on NASA space exploration involved technology, destinations, and money

Mitch Daniels Takes on Howard Zinn's Junk History

Mitch Daniels Takes on Howard Zinn's Junk History

Mitch Daniels, the former governor of Indiana, a man once touted as a possible president of the United States, took on the job instead of Purdue University. But while still governor he fired a shot for educational sanity.

To Fix Detroit, Make it an Enterprise Zone

To Fix Detroit, Make it an Enterprise Zone

Now that Detroit is in ruins and bankrupt, with the barbarians (i.e. the public sector unions) having done their work to destroy what was once proudly called "Motor City," the question arises, what comes next?

One Summer Evening on Sunday, on the Moon

One Summer Evening on Sunday, on the Moon

For many people, perhaps 50 years and older, whenever he or she wants it, it is once again a certain Sunday evening in summer. They are sitting awe struck before an old fashioned analog television, watching something amazing.

Friday, July 19, 2013

The Nuclear Option for Diverting Asteroids

Nova: NASA's Mightiest Rocket that Never Flew

Nova: NASA's Mightiest Rocket that Never Flew

Urban Legends of Apollo 11: UFOs and Mr. Gorsky

Urban Legends of Apollo 11: UFOs and Mr. Gorsky

An Artificial Heart Partly Made from Cow Tissue Ready for Human Trials

An Artificial Heart Partly Made from Cow Tissue Ready for Human Trials

Automation of Fruit and Vegetable Farming Drawing Nigh

Automation of Fruit and Vegetable Farming Drawing Nigh

One of the Jeff Bezo recovered F-1 rocket engines belonged to Apollo 11

One of the Jeff Bezo recovered F-1 rocket engines belonged to Apollo 11

IRS Scandal Reaches into the Office of the IRS Chief Counsel

IRS Scandal Reaches into the Office of the IRS Chief Counsel

Thus far congressional investigators have not established a direct link between President Obama and the IRS campaign to harass and intimidate tea party and conservative groups, but as Peggy Noonan pointed out, they're getting close.

They Told Me If I Voted for Romney, Detroit Would Go Bankrupt, and They Were Right!

They Told Me If I Voted for Romney, Detroit Would Go Bankrupt, and They Were Right!

As Instapundit's Glenn Reynolds might say, they told me if I voted for Romney, Detroit would be allowed to go bankrupt, and they were right! And, as the Washington Examiner pointed out, they, being the 2012 Obama campaign, actually said that.

Jesse Jackson Declares War on Florida

Jesse Jackson Declares War on Florida

Jesse Jackson, the former presidential candidate and the self appointed heir to Martin Luther King, has, in effect, declared war on the entire state of Florida. He has suggested that the Sunshine State is like pre Mandela South Africa.

Thursday, July 18, 2013

Johnny Depp to Recover from 'Lone Ranger' Debacle with Pirates, Alice Sequels

Johnny Depp to Recover from 'Lone Ranger' Debacle with Pirates, Alice Sequels

Clint Eastwood's 'Unforgiven' Remade as a Japanese Samurai Movie

Clint Eastwood's 'Unforgiven' Remade as a Japanese Samurai Movie

Fighting Cancer with the Body's Own Immune System

Fighting Cancer with the Body's Own Immune System

J.K. Rowling Published a Crime Novel 'The Cuckoo's Calling' Under a Pseudonym

J.K. Rowling Published a Crime Novel 'The Cuckoo's Calling' Under a Pseudonym

Amendment to close NASA's Marshall Spaceflight Center proposed by House Democrat

Amendment to close NASA's Marshall Spaceflight Center proposed by House Democrat

NASA spending bill presents Ted Cruz with a conundrum

NASA spending bill presents Ted Cruz with a conundrum

House/Senate Clash Over NASA Funding, Direction Presages More Chaos for Space Agency

House/Senate Clash Over NASA Funding, Direction Presages More Chaos for Space Agency

The appropriators and authorizers in the House and the Senate are at daggers drawn over not only the funding NASA should receive in the next fiscal year, but the direction the space agency should go in future space exploration.

Senate Candidate Christine O'Donnell Subject of IRS Abuse

Senate Candidate Christine O'Donnell Subject of IRS Abuse

The Washington Times is reporting that Christine O'Donnell was likely the subject of political dirty tricks involving her IRS records. She is the first Republican political candidate to have been identified as a victim of IRS abuse.

Health Care House Vote Shows First Cracks in Democratic Support of Obamacare

Health Care House Vote Shows First Cracks in Democratic Support of Obamacare

Mary Katherine Ham at Hot Air notes that the House has not only voted to delay the employer mandate to offer health care insurance, which the president already did by decree, but also the individual mandate to purchase it.

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

DARPA's Atlas Robot is Not a 'Terminator' -- but it Could Be

DARPA's Atlas Robot is Not a 'Terminator' -- but it Could Be

'Sharknado' -- the Movie and the Phenomenon

'Sharknado' -- the Movie and the Phenomenon

Project Underway to Make Sure Robots Do Not Harm Humans

Project Underway to Make Sure Robots Do Not Harm Humans

Mars as an Abode of -- Beavers?

Mars as an Abode of -- Beavers?

British Researchers Developing Penetrator Vehicle to Explore Icy Moons of Jupiter and Saturn

British Researchers Developing Penetrator Vehicle to Explore Icy Moons of Jupiter and Saturn

SpaceX approved to test Falcon Heavy rocket engines at McGregor, TX facility

SpaceX approved to test Falcon Heavy rocket engines at McGregor, TX facility

On Nelson Mandela's 95th Birthday, Lessons for the World

On Nelson Mandela's 95th Birthday, Lessons for the World

Obamacare's Bismarckian Roots

Obamacare's Bismarckian Roots

The Washington Examiner has an interesting editorial that suggests that one of the many problems of Obamacare is how very retro the law is, harkening back to the Bismarckian view of the welfare state, not in keeping with 21st Century realities.

Russian War Games Highlight Obama Adminstration Weakness

Russian War Games Highlight Obama Administration Weakness

The Associated Press notes that Russia is holding the biggest war games that country has conducted since the Cold War, comprising 160,000 troops, 5,000 tanks, dozens of ships, and 130 combat aircraft.

Why is Liz Cheney Running for the Senate Now and Not Later?

Why is Liz Cheney Running for the Senate Now and Not Later?

Liz Cheney, the daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney, is running for the senate from Wyoming against current Senator Mike Enzi, also a Republican. One wonders why she is doing that and now.

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

An Apollo Mission to Crater Tycho on the Moon

An Apollo Mission to Crater Tycho on the Moon

Study: Reading and Writing Can Keep One Mentally Sharp in Old Age

Study: Reading and Writing Can Keep One Mentally Sharp in Old Age

Why People Believe We Never Went to the Moon

Why People Believe We Never Went to the Moon

Kremlin to Use Typewriters to Make Secure Documents

Kremlin to Use Typewriters to Make Secure Documents

Ted Cruz joins with Kristin Gillibrand to deal with military sexual assaults

Ted Cruz joins with Kristin Gillibrand to deal with military sexual assaults

Apollo 11: Launch July 16, 1969

Republicans Raise Concerns About Obama Stinginess on Missile Defense

Republicans Raise Concerns About Obama Stinginess on Missile Defense

The Daily Caller reports that in the wake of another failed test of a ground based midcourse defense rocket, Republicans are starting to openly suggest that the Obama administration is being too stingy where it comes to funding missile defense.

North Carolina to Use Tax Reform to Solidify GOP Domination

North Carolina to Use Tax Reform to Solidify GOP Domination

The government of North Carolina is about to embark on sweeping tax reform that it is hoped will not only revitalize that state's economy but solidify Republican dominance of the state house and the state legislature, according to the Weekly Standard.

Shadowy Chinese Businessman Proposes Nicaragua Canal

Shadowy Chinese Businessman Proposes Nicaragua Canal

The Washington Times is reporting that a shadowy Chinese businessman named Wang Jin has embarked on a project to cut a canal through Nicaragua that would stretch 130 miles through jungles and rivers and cost $40 billion.

Monday, July 15, 2013

X-47B Unmanned Drone Lands on Navy Carrier in Aviation First

X-47B Unmanned Drone Lands on Navy Carrier in Aviation First

'Saving Mr. Banks': A Movie About the Making of 'Mary Poppins'

'Saving Mr. Banks': A Movie About the Making of 'Mary Poppins'

Proposal to 'De-extinct' the Passenger Pigeon

Proposal to 'De-extinct' the Passenger Pigeon

Monsanto Develops Technique to Save the Honey Bee

Monsanto Develops Technique to Save the Honey Bee

NASA's Hubble finds new moon of Neptune

NASA's Hubble finds new moon of Neptune

Celebs Use Twitter to Act Foolishly on Zimmerman Verdict

Celebs Use Twitter to Act Foolishly on Zimmerman Verdict

Modern social media has provided endless opportunities for the ill-informed and the emotional to publically behave foolishly, as evidence the tweets from celebrities concerning the George Zimmerman not guilty verdict.

Greg Abbott Enters the Texas Governor's Race with Great Strength

Greg Abbott Enters the Texas Governor's Race with Great Strength

Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott, a Republican, has, as expected, announced his intention of running for governor of Texas, now that the current governor, Rick Perry, has announced his intention not to run for a new term, according to the Houston Chronicle.

George Zimmerman's Legal Woes Have Just Begun

George Zimmerman's Legal Woes Have Just Begun>

George Zimmerman has been found not guilty of both second degree murder and manslaughter of Trayvon Martin. That does not mean that his legal woes are over. But he also has options for striking back at some of his persecutors.

Sunday, July 14, 2013

Japanese Company Created Artifical Spider Silk

Japanese Company Created Artifical Spider Silk
New Egg Cleaning Machine Could Save Millions of Chickens a Year

CO2 Fertilization and What it Means for Climate Change

CO2 Fertilization and What it Means for Climate Change

Starz's 'The White Queen' Depicts the Women of the Wars of the Roses

Starz's 'The White Queen' Depicts the Women of the Wars of the Roses

How the Americans and the Soviets Built an Atomic Cannon

How the Americans and the Soviets Built an Atomic Cannon

Ted Cruz is headed for New Hampshire, by a strange coincidence

Ted Cruz is headed for New Hampshire, by a strange coincidence

The Moon Vs. Mars Debate Heats Up, Though NASA Has No Money for Either

The Moon Vs. Mars Debate Heats Up, Though NASA Has No Money for Either

One of the more obscure but important debates on public policy has roiled through the aerospace community for decades. The question is, should the next target of American space exploration be Mars or the moon?

Schweitzer's Decision Means Montana's Senate Seat Will Go GOP

Schweitzer's Decision Means Montana's Senate Seat Will Go GOP

Ordinarily the news that Brian Schweitzer, a popular former governor, is not running for the senate seat that Max Baucus is leaving open in Montana would not be remarked upon beyond the northern red state. However these are not ordinary times.

Why Israel is Striking Weapons Systems in Syria

Why Israel is Striking Weapons Systems in Syria

The New York Times recently reported that Israel has launched an air strike against a storage facility that contained stores of an anti ship missile called the Yakhont recently delivered to Syria by the Russian government.

Saturday, July 13, 2013

Zimmerman Verdict Shows How Still Divided America is by Race

Zimmerman Verdict Shows How Still Divided America is by Race

Couple Uses Genetic Screening to Select IVF Embryo to Implant

Couple Uses Genetic Screening to Select IVF Embryo to Implant

Using Wood to Make Practicable Sodium Ion Batteries

Using Wood to Make Practicable Sodium Ion Batteries

Life Discovery in Antarctic Lake Vostok Has Implications for Life on Other Worlds

Life Discovery in Antarctic Lake Vostok Has Implications for Life on Other Worlds
How a New York Hospital Almost Harvested Organs from a Living Woman

Injectable Oxygen Could Help Trauma Patients with Breathing Problems

Injectable Oxygen Could Help Trauma Patients with Breathing Problems

Why Texas and Florida Are Wooing Golden Spike, the Private Moon Company

Why Texas and Florida Are Wooing Golden Spike, the Private Moon Company

The Denver Post is reporting that both Florida and Texas are making plays to entice a commercial space company called Golden Spike to move from Colorado and establish its headquarters in one state of the other.

Napolitano's Departure from Homeland Security the Beginning of Controversy

Napolitano's Departure from Homeland Security the Beginning of Controversy

The departure of Janet Napolitano as secretary of Homeland Security to become president of the University of California system has gotten what the Washington Examiner terms "mixed reviews" in Congress.

The Fight Over Late Term Abortions in Texas Has Just Begun

The Fight Over Late Term Abortions in Texas Has Just Begun

According to the Houston Chronicle, the Texas Senate has passed the controversial bill that bans late term abortions after heated debate both inside and outside the chamber. Gov. Rick Perry will sign the bill into law.

Friday, July 12, 2013

Texas & Florida vie for private lunar company Golden Spike to move from Colorado

Texas & Florida vie for private lunar company Golden Spike to move from Colorado

Ted Cruz placed sixth in an Iowa Caucus poll

Ted Cruz placed sixth in an Iowa Caucus poll

What Treaty? Politicians Want Apollo National Parks

Ian O'Neil gives a shout up to your humble servant in an excellent analysis of the national park on the moon bill.

What Treaty? Politicians Want Apollo National Parks

Star Trek Continues E01 "Pilgrim of Eternity"

How To Train Your Dragon 2 Trailer (HD) (English & French Subtitles)

Debate on NASA asteroid mission heats up

Debate on NASA asteroid mission heats up

Rick Perry's Road to the White House Leads Through Israel (Perhaps)

Rick Perry's Road to the White House Leads Through Israel (Perhaps)

Texas Gov. Rick Perry is going to Israel this fall, reports the Washington Times, which suggests that he really is thinking of running for president. Such pilgrimages on the road to the White House are as constant as visits to Iowa and New Hampshire.

Growing Asian Missile Threat a Cause for Concern

Growing Asian Missile Threat a Cause for Concern

The Washington Times has an article that describes how a new Pentagon report suggests that new threats to the United States, thanks to the development of missile arsenals in China, North Korea, and Iran.

Obama Administration Foot Dragging on Liquified Natural Gas Exports Persists

Obama Administration Foot Dragging on Liquified Natural Gas Exports Persists

The Washington Free Beacon has a piece about a report by the American Council for Capital Formation that reveals some of the economic consequences of foot dragging by the Obama administration in approving exports of liquefied natural gas.

Thursday, July 11, 2013

Report: Mel Gibson and Steven Seagal to Be Part of 'Expendables 3'

Report: Mel Gibson and Steven Seagal to Be Part of 'Expendables 3'
How Lincoln's Government Snooped on Communications During the Civil War

How a 'Rocket Girl' Saved the American Space Program

How a 'Rocket Girl' Saved the American Space Program

Dark Invasion -- Chapter Three

Dark Invasion -- Chapter Three

NASA defines objectives for Mars 2020 mission

NASA defines objectives for Mars 2020 mission

NASA discovers a blue planet 63 light years away

NASA discovers a blue planet 63 light years away

Scientists cast doubt on NASA's asteroid capture mission

Scientists cast doubt on NASA's asteroid capture mission

How Opponents of the Texas Late Term Abortion Ban Behave Bizarrely

How Opponents of the Texas Late Term Abortion Ban Behave Bizarrely

The debate over the ban on late term abortion bill now moving through the Texas legislature has caused some very bizarre behavior among people who oppose it, something that tends to undermine their arguments.

'Gasland Part II' Anti-Fracking Polemic Has More Inaccuraces and Misleading Claims

'Gasland Part II' Anti-Fracking Polemic Has More Inaccuraces and Misleading Claims

Josh Fox, whose documentary film, "Gasland," an anti-fracking polemic that garnered him an Oscar nomination and a gusher of controversy, is back for more with "Gasland Part II," which expands on the anti-fracking theme.

Charge: Justice Department Facilitated Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman Protests

Charge: Justice Department Facilitated Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman Protests

Judicial Watch, a watch dog group, has obtained documents which suggest that the Community Relations Service, a unit of the Justice Department, facilitating protests surrounding the Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman murder case.

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Poll: American Hispanics Favor Security First in Immigration Reform

Poll: American Hispanics Favor Security First in Immigration Reform

The conventional wisdom imparted by politicians pushing immigration reform is that unless a version of reform that grants what is in effect amnesty for illegal aliens is passed, Hispanic voters will turn en masse against Republicans.

Is Sarah Palin Really Running for United States Senate?

Is Sarah Palin Really Running for United States Senate?

First former Gov. Sarah Palin was planning to leave the Republican Party. Now she's planning to run for the United States Senate in Alaska. Both stories, based on offhand remarks she made on TV, have gone viral in the media.

The Problem with a National Park on the Moon

The Problem with a National Park on the Moon

The Hill newspaper is reporting that two Democratic members of Congress, Rep. Donna Edwards, D-Md. and Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson , D-Texas, have offered a bill, H.R. 2617 the Apollo Lunar Landing Legacy Act.

Tuesday, July 09, 2013

House Democrats propose national park on the moon

House Democrats propose national park on the moon

Elliott Spitzer Runs for NYC Comptroller Against a Madam

Elliott Spitzer Runs for NYC Comptroller Against a Madam

Just when one thought that New York politics could not get any weirder, or more sordid, we now see that former New York Gov. Elliot Spitzer is running for New York City Comptroller against Kristin Davis, a libertarians and a former madam.

Durbin a 'Constitutional Ignoramus' for Wanting to Define Journalists

Durbin a 'Constitutional Ignoramus' for Wanting to Define Journalists

When Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., mused that perhaps the government ought to decide who and who is not a journalist, he elicited a sharp response from a variety of people over his apparent constitutional overreach.

As Rick Perry Departs, Greg Abbott Ascends in Texas

As Rick Perry Departs, Greg Abbott Ascends in Texas

When Gov. Rick Perry, R-Texas announced that he would not run for another term, speculation arose not only about Perry's future presidential ambitions, but of his heir apparent, Attorney General Greg Abbott.

Monday, July 08, 2013

House Science Committee Democrats propose own version of NASA bill

House Science Committee Democrats propose own version of NASA bill

We've Not Seen the Last of Rick Perry

We've Not Seen the Last of Rick Perry

New CubeSat propulsion system could enable $1 million planetary missions

New CubeSat propulsion system could enable $1 million planetary missions

Now One Can Apply for Obamacare Subsidies on the Honor System

Now One Can Apply for Obamacare Subsidies on the Honor System

Coming on the heels of the delay of the employer health insurance mandates, the mandarins in charge of implementing Obamacare have decided that they will also delay checks for fraud for people applying for the insurance mandate.

Politics Rather Than Technology Stand in the Way of Driverless Cars

Politics Rather Than Technology Stand in the Way of Driverless Cars

The Wall Street Journal muses about the coming age of the driverless car, in which people can just order an automobile to go to some destination and then sit back and relax, reading a book, watching a movie, or just relaxing.

Proposed Boycott of 'Enders Game' Has Every Potential for a Backlash

Proposed Boycott of 'Enders Game' Has Every Potential for a Backlash

Breitbart's Big Hollywood is reporting that a group called "Geeks OUT," a gay group, is urging a boycott of the film version of "Enders Game," published as a novel by Orson Scott Card in the mid 1980s.

Sunday, July 07, 2013

IKEA Developing Durable Refugee Housing

IKEA Developing Durable Refugee Housing

Dutch Treat Roads to Absorb Air Pollution

Dutch Treat Roads to Absorb Air Pollution

The Return of Richard Riddick

The Return of Richard Riddick

How the 'Nocebo Effect' Can Cause People to Get Sick

How the 'Nocebo Effect' Can Cause People to Get Sick

Restoring Aged Human Stems Cells Could Be the Key to Increasing Life Spans

Restoring Aged Human Stems Cells Could Be the Key to Increasing Life Spans

British Design Student Develops Concept for Air Pollution Scrubber/Biofuel Factory

British Design Student Develops Concept for Air Pollution Scrubber/Biofuel Factory

Charcoal Vs. Gas Grilling -- It's a Matter of Taste

Charcoal Vs. Gas Grilling -- It's a Matter of Taste

Ted Cruz is going to Iowa in what may or may not be a coincidence

Ted Cruz is going to Iowa in what may or may not be a coincidence

Entries to the 'Name that Shuttle' contest display simmering resentment

Entries to the 'Name that Shuttle' contest display simmering resentment

Why Are Certain Republicans Visiting Iowa so Early?

Why Are Certain Republicans Visiting Iowa so Early?

The Daily Beast notes that a lot of Republicans who may having dreams to the tune of "Hail to the Chief" are visiting Iowa with an astonishing frequency, about three years before the 2016 presidential campaign begins in earnest.

Why the Obamacare Health Insurance Exchanges Are Doomed to Collapse

Why the Obamacare Health Insurance Exchanges Are Doomed to Collapse

The American Interest points to a number of developments that point to a probable collapse of the Obamacare health insurance exchanges, being set up either by the states or by the federal government where the states have declined to do so.

The Time Donald Trump 'Fired' President Obama

The Time Donald Trump 'Fired' President Obama

Breitbart's Big Government obtained a copy of a video that Donald Trump, the mercurial real estate tycoon and media personality, put together for the Romney campaign in which he "fires" President Obama.

Saturday, July 06, 2013

Using Lasers to Detect Diseases in Red Blood Cells

Using Lasers to Detect Diseases in Red Blood Cells

Two Cases of People Having Been 'Cured' of HIV/AIDS

Two Cases of People Having Been 'Cured' of HIV/AIDS

Why Women Tend to Vote More Liberal Than Men

Why Women Tend to Vote More Liberal Than Men

How Godwin's Law of Nazi Analogies Came to Be and How it is Flouted

How Godwin's Law of Nazi Analogies Came to Be and How it is Flouted

The Origin of the Moons of Pluto in Greek Mythology

The Origin of the Moons of Pluto in Greek Mythology

Stem Cell Research Points the Way to Eliminating Root Canals

Stem Cell Research Points the Way to Eliminating Root Canals

'The Equalizer' is Another 1980s Hit TV Series Headed for the Big Screen

'The Equalizer' is Another 1980s Hit TV Series Headed for the Big Screen

Japanese Researchers Grow Human Liver Tissue from Stem Cells

Japanese Researchers Grow Human Liver Tissue from Stem Cells

SpaceX's Grasshopper soars over a thousand feet above Texas

SpaceX's Grasshopper soars over a thousand feet above Texas

Edward Snowden -- Time for the Running to Stop

Edward Snowden -- Time for the Running to Stop

The latest wrinkle in the excellent adventure of Edward Snowden, NSA leaker and most famous fugitive on the planet, is that Venezuela has offered him asylum and Nicaragua has hinted that it might make the same offer.

John Kerry Gets into Trouble on a Boat -- Again

John Kerry Gets into Trouble on a Boat -- Again

One of the more annoying aspects of the (non)coup that overthrew the Muslim Brotherhood regime in Egypt was the question of where Secretary of State John Kerry was when the regime change went down.

A Real Live Third Amendment Case in Henderson, Nevada

A Real Live Third Amendment Case in Henderson, Nevada

The Third Amendment to the Constitution, states "No Soldier shall, in time of peace be quartered in any house, without the consent of the Owner, nor in time of war, but in a manner to be prescribed by law." The amendment is considered an 18th Century curiosity that does not usually find it being invoked in modern court cases. One previous case, Engblom v. Carey, involved the quartering of National Guard troops in prison housing for guards during a correctional officers' strike in 1979. Now we have a case involving Antony Mitchell, his parents Michael and Linda Mitchell, and the Henderson, Nevada Police.

Friday, July 05, 2013

New Brain Cancer Treatment Using Drugs Delivered by Nano Particles

New Brain Cancer Treatment Using Drugs Delivered by Nano Particles

Study: 60 Billion Habitable Planets May Orbit Red Dwarf Stars

Study: 60 Billion Habitable Planets May Orbit Red Dwarf Stars

Propelling Submarines Through 'Squid Power'

Propelling Submarines Through 'Squid Power'

Military Looking at Next Generation of Tilt Rotor Aircraft

Military Looking at Next Generation of Tilt Rotor Aircraft

Researchers Discover Cause of Migraine Attacks Reside in Sensitive Nerves

Researchers Discover Cause of Migraine Attacks Reside in Sensitive Nerves

NASA successfully tests composite fuel tank that could lead to lighter rockets

NASA successfully tests composite fuel tank that could lead to lighter rockets

Piers Morgan Offers the Case for British Imperialism on the 4th of July

Piers Morgan Offers the Case for British Imperialism on the 4th of July

According to the Washington Times, Piers Morgan, the British born CNN talk show host, offered the following tweet for American Independence Day that was apparently designed to buttress his status as most hated British citizen in America. "To Life, Liberty & Happiness - and deep abiding regret that George III couldn't keep his [expletive] together."

Sarah Palin as a Dark Queen in 'Christian Nation"

Sarah Palin as a Dark Queen in 'Christian Nation"

Politico is reporting on a new novel about a Sarah Palin presidency and the establishment of a "Christian Nation" which is apparently a theocracy that would make Taliban ruled Afghanistan seem tolerant by comparison.

Delay of Obamacare Employer Mandate Has House GOP Mulling Options

Delay of Obamacare Employer Mandate Has House GOP Mulling Options

Roll Call is reporting that House Republicans are mulling over their reaction to the Obama administration's delay of the employer mandate under Obamacare. They decision seems to open some opportunities for opponents of the law.

Thursday, July 04, 2013

Electric Cars Cause Amost as Much Pollution as Gasoline Vehicles

Electric Cars Cause Amost as Much Pollution as Gasoline Vehicles

'AD: Beyond the Bible' Picked Up by NBC

'AD: Beyond the Bible' Picked Up by NBC

Hydraulic Fracking and Methane Contamination of Ground Water

Hydraulic Fracking and Methane Contamination of Ground Water

Covering the Desert with Solar Power Stations: Three Problems

Covering the Desert with Solar Power Stations: Three Problems

NASA's IRIS Mission to Study the Sun

NASA's IRIS Mission to Study the Sun

Ted Cruz offers post mortem of Obama Egypt policy

Ted Cruz offers post mortem of Obama Egypt policy

Edward Snowden Gets a Proposal of Marriage from Anna Chapman, Ex Russian Spy

Edward Snowden Gets a Proposal of Marriage from Anna Chapman, Ex Russian Spy

Just when one thought that the epic of Edward Snowden could not get more bizarre, comes the news that Anna Chapman, the former Russian spy turned model and media personality, has proposed marriage to the world's most famous refugee.

Pro Lifers in Texas Driven to the Moral High Ground by Pro Choice Antics

Pro Lifers in Texas Driven to the Moral High Ground by Pro Choice Antics

With the opening of the second special session of the Texas Legislature, with the main purpose of passing the bad on late term abortion that failed in the first special session, has featured some interesting behavior from pro abortion activists.

Morsi Has Been Overthrown in Egypt and There was (for the Most Part) Much Rejoicing

Morsi Has Been Overthrown in Egypt and There was (for the Most Part) Much Rejoicing

The year long period of misrule of the Muslim Brotherhood Egyptian government of Mohammed Morsi has been brought to a close by the Egyptian Army and, for the most part, there was much rejoicing by the Egyptian people.

Wednesday, July 03, 2013

'Captain Planet and the Planeteers' to Become a Major Motion Picture

'Captain Planet and the Planeteers' to Become a Major Motion Picture

Head Transplants Might Become Possible

Head Transplants Might Become Possible

Researchers Restore Bladder Function in Rats with Spinal Injuries

Researchers Restore Bladder Function in Rats with Spinal Injuries

Study: Health Benefits of Marriage Extend to Same Sex Couples

Study: Health Benefits of Marriage Extend to Same Sex Couples

Could Renewable Energy 'Democratize' Energy Production?

Could Renewable Energy 'Democratize' Energy Production?

Refueling Stops for a Mission to Mars

Refueling Stops for a Mission to Mars

The Last Season of 'Dexter' Begins with 'A Beautiful Day'

The Last Season of 'Dexter' Begins with 'A Beautiful Day'

Two Early Space Program Themed TV Series Currently in Development

Two Early Space Program Themed TV Series Currently in Development

Why Most Sex Happens at Night

Why Most Sex Happens at Night

Chemotherapy to Become Obsolete Thanks to Targeted Cancer Drugs

Chemotherapy to Become Obsolete Thanks to Targeted Cancer Drugs

New App to Verify Online Dating Profiles

New App to Verify Online Dating Profiles

Project Horizon: A Plan to Build a Military Base on the Moon in the 1960s

Project Horizon: A Plan to Build a Military Base on the Moon in the 1960s

Horizon Systems Concept Combines Train and Plane Travel in 2050

Horizon Systems Concept Combines Train and Plane Travel in 2050

NASA mulling joint lunar missions with commercial enterprises

NASA mulling joint lunar missions with commercial enterprises

NASA plans 2017 Orion/Space Launch system flight a dry run for asteroid mission

NASA plans 2017 Orion/Space Launch system flight a dry run for asteroid mission

Marco Rubio's Sponsorship of an Anti Late Term Abortion Bill a Political Winner

Marco Rubio's Sponsorship of an Anti Late Term Abortion Bill a Political Winner

The Weekly Standard is reporting the Sen. Marco Rubio, R-FL will be a cosponsor of a bill in the Senate that would ban abortions after a fetus is 20 weeks old. This move solves a number of problems for both Rubio and the Republicans.

Poll: Rick Perry Would Beat Wendy Davis in a Texas Governors' Race

Poll: Rick Perry Would Beat Wendy Davis in a Texas Governors' Race

The epic story of Wendy Davis, the pro abortion Texas state senator famous for wearing pink tennis shoes and talking for 11 hours straight, took on a surreal quality according to Hot Air when a PPP poll was released.

Delay of Employer Health Insurance Mandate Buttresses Case Against Obamacare

Delay of Employer Health Insurance Mandate Buttresses Case Against Obamacare

Bloomberg reports that the Obama administration has decided to put off for an extra year the Obamacare mandate that all employers offer health insurance. It is an attempt to stave off the "train wreck" Max Baucus described until after the next election.

Tuesday, July 02, 2013

Could the 'Giant Hamster Wheel' in '2001: A Space Odyssey' Have Worked?

Could the 'Giant Hamster Wheel' in '2001: A Space Odyssey' Have Worked?

How Richard Matheson's 'I Am Legend' was Filmed as a Movie Three Times

How Richard Matheson's 'I Am Legend' was Filmed as a Movie Three Times

New Vaccine Using Gold Nanoparticles Under Development

New Vaccine Using Gold Nanoparticles Under Development

CNN's 'Crossfire' to Return with Newt Gingrich as a Host

CNN's 'Crossfire' to Return with Newt Gingrich as a Host

'Soft Exosuit' Could Provide Strenght and Mobility to Soldiers, Athletes, and the Infirm

'Soft Exosuit' Could Provide Strenght and Mobility to Soldiers, Athletes, and the Infirm

New Robot Could Lift the Burden of Recycling from Homeowners

New Robot Could Lift the Burden of Recycling from Homeowners

Game of Thrones Theme on Flaming Bagpipes and Unicycle - The Unipiper

New moons of Pluto named Kerberos and Styx but popular choice Vulcan snubbed

New moons of Pluto named Kerberos and Styx but popular choice Vulcan snubbed

SpaceX, Boeing in race to launch the first commercial crew into space

SpaceX, Boeing in race to launch the first commercial crew into space

American Naval Dominance at Jeopardy

American Naval Dominance at Jeopardy

Harry Kazianis, writing in Real Clear Defense, asks a burning question, what if America's role as the leading super power was to come to a sudden and violent end? He points to a scenario called "How the United States Lost the Naval War of 2015."