Apr 29, 2016
Marine Corps research using mixed–gender units found those units move slower, are less accurate, and are less effective in combat tests 69 percent of the time.
Apr 22, 2016
If Dominoes can calculate calories over an infinite number of topping combinations, hospitals can reveal what a tonsillectomy runs. If public-spirited citizens would start posting charges from their hospital bills in reviews, consumers would finally be able to compare cost with quality.
Apr 20, 2016
Crossdressers and transvestites are no doubt already sneaking into women's bathrooms. What the law meant is the state would not give its official blessing to switch-sitting, and if a switch-sitter was caught in the act, so to speak, there would be consequences.
Apr 15, 2016
Six years after passage the country still has about 20 million uninsured and the companies that were so eager to embrace this captive market are losing their scrubs.
Apr 7, 2016
Apple’s unreasonable obstinacy is the equivalent of a bank refusing to open a drug dealer’s safety deposit box because it would cause privacy concerns among the rest of its customers. Apple’s posturing was hypocritical from the beginning.
Apr 4, 2016
I know I’ve been consistently wrong about Donald Trump’s chances for winning the nomination but, like Mark Twain’s broken watch, this time has to be one of the exceptions.
Mar 24, 2016
Metro’s efforts to provide underground cell service demonstrate how tax dollars are the perfect insulator when you want to avoid getting a chill from the cold, hard facts of the market.
Mar 18, 2016
Trump has spent far less money on advertising than any of the remaining candidates. Trump can afford to sit on his lead and run out the clock, content in the knowledge that the richest candidate has had the most impact while spending the least. He got the mainstream media to pay for his campaign.