Monthly Archives: January 2017
Trump Protesters Conspicuously Late to the Game: Where Was the Outrage When the Stage Was Being Set?
With protests against Trump actions seemingly only exploding with greater force since his election, there is a critical question that is seldom being asked. Even for one who acknowledges that there is plenty to be protesting against, you have to wonder: Where were the protests in December of 2015 when Obama signed the Consolidated Appropriations […]
Time for a #NYexit Investors have a busy week ahead with the Fed statement, a ton of earnings and continued monitoring of President Trump’s Executive orders. On the economic front, we have Manufacturing PMI, the Unemployment Rate, Non-Farm Payrolls and Average Hourly Earnings. Fed Meeting: On Wednesday (2/1), the Fed will release their first statement […]
The modern “running out of gas”.
Lonely? Kissenger simulates long-distance smooch over internet
Distraught Cowboys fan runs directly into, punches the hell out of giant flatscreen TV
T-Mobile crash driver still in hospital; couldn’t appear in court Upset about cracked iPhone screen:(
Average person’s attention span is less than that of a goldfish
Unprecedented Orders From Pentagon to Fire D.C. National Guard Commander Days Before Trump Inauguration
D.C. National Guard commander Errol R. Schwartz, a Major General, has been asked to step down after months of planning for president-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration — an inauguration day that feels more likely than any in modern American history to break out in violence and/or social disruption. Some protest groups are vowing to disrupt road, […]
257 minutes: the time teens can spend on computers each day before harming wellbeing