Separate but Equal for ROTC

The blog Fiat Lux has an interesting post up about the ROTC at Stanford University. He links to an anti ROTC Op Ed that argues the following: So the question we must all consider is clear: should we permit the military to have an ROTC presence on campus? The answer will logically depend on what … Continue reading Separate but Equal for ROTC

It’s not an “investment” its “spending”

Investment 1. In finance, the purchase of a financial product or other item of value with an expectation of favorable future returns. In general terms, investment means the use money in the hope of making more money. 2. In business, the purchase by a producer of a physical good, such as durable equipment or inventory, … Continue reading It’s not an “investment” its “spending”

“they did what they needed to do to survive”

Michelle Malkin talks a bit about the Wavers and what position the administration has put business: One company official expressed concern to me that media coverage was demonizing businesses who applied for the waivers. I certainly don’t see these waiver applicants as villains. They were potential victims of top-down government mandates and they did what … Continue reading “they did what they needed to do to survive”

Not even one first place vote for Terry Francona?

Winning the Central division without your closer and 1st baseman is a big accomplishment and Ron Gardenhire is not a bad choice for AL manager of the year. But staying in the race with almost everyone injured I think is a bigger one. I really thought Terry Francona was going to win manager of the … Continue reading Not even one first place vote for Terry Francona?