Coppin’ a Feel: TSA Continues to Push Travellers’ Buttons


How far is too far when it comes to security?

On Nov. 2, Will the Senate be Flooded with Freshmen?


For the first time since 1982 after the churning elections of ’76, ’78, and ’80, voters may usher in a Senate with the majority of its senators in their first terms. There seems to be consensus among the voters that any change to Congress will be for the better. According to The Washington Post‘s George … Continue reading

Education and Alternate Fuel Sources: Time to Step it Up


In a few earlier posts, I mentioned that education and alternate energy sources are the two fields I think require the most development. I’d like to expand on that. First, education. It’s simple: if you fund education, there will be better educated people entering college or the work force. If there are better educated people … Continue reading