1978. I am sixteen years old. I sit before a device developed by two men not much older than myself. I sit before one of the first personal computers in … Continue reading
Last week, the most powerful company in the world became even more powerful. GOOGLE, Inc. of Mountain View California, just went into the cellphone and cable TV markets, purchasing Motorola … Continue reading
President Obama wants to bulk up high-speed rail, and scale down defense spending. FDR converted peace-time manufacturers into a dominating wartime production system. Why can’t President Obama make the bold … Continue reading
Before we can get to green cars, we have to take a lot of another kind of green out of them: Their premium sticker price.
Wild fires in California? Sure, you can call in the smoke jumpers. Superman might be able to blow them out with his super powers. Barack Obama will attack them from … Continue reading
That you are reading these words on the Huffington Post is part of the biggest game-changer in politics: The Internet.