How Far Away Can Skynet Be?
Remember the Terminator movies and the evil electronic overlords of Skynet the computer system that became self-aware and launched the war against humans? We arent thereyet. But we are fast approaching the point where people simply arent necessary to conduct a significant amount of business and life.
Why Democrat Ideas Don't Work: Reality
Its hard to promise a chicken in every pot, when you dont have the chicken and the only pot you have is made for rolling.
Push Back against Putin’s Preposterous Policies
Unable to convince Putin to stop meddling in the Ukraine so far, the leaders of the world need to recognize that he seems willing to weaken his country economically rather than agree to a permanent peace that respects neighboring Ukraines pre-March borders.
Christian Website Yanks A Column Condemning Islam
Last week, Gary Cass, who drives defendchristians.org, contacted me asking if ClashDaily.com would run his piece titled, Im Islamaphobic, Are You? I gave it a read and quickly said, Heck yeah.
Debra J. Saunders:
San Francisco Feminism: Go Ahead, Abort Girls
Supervisor David Chiu wants San Francisco to become the first American city to oppose any ban on sex-selective abortions. It apparently has not occurred to him why no other city has chosen to do so.
Goodell Has Got to Go
The violent beating that was delivered by Ray Rice, a Baltimore Raven running back, against his girlfriend-turned-wife Janay, was the worst example of male behavior that our society has seen. Rice deserves to go to jail for the assault. This episode is a perfect example of corporate mismanagement by the leadership of the NFL. It is inexcusable. The Commissioner of the NFL, Roger Goodell, needs to resign.
Autry J. Pruitt:
Profit or Prejudice? Race Sensitivity Creates New Marketing Risks
When Pepsi-Cola President Walter Mack recognized his company could sell more product to black Americans in the 1940s, he initiated a racially-targeted marketing effort to increase sales. It worked and the companys market share rose dramatically in just a few years. The strategy was so successful, some inside the company were concerned it might be off-putting to white consumers, prompting Mack to declare that Pepsi would not, become known as a n----r drink.
President Obama's War . . . er, Speech
The words strategy and speech both begin with the letter s. Usually, thats where their similarities end.
How ISIS' Perceived Strengths Could Also Be Their Undoing
The West and moderate Middle Eastern states fear ISIS and rightly so. It combines terror techniques with territorial ambitions more effectively than any group since the Bolsheviks. While many focus on the ISIS strengths, they neglect to point out that concerted effort could annihilate them.
Obama's Unnecessary, Unpromising War
President Barack Obama said Wednesday night the United States is going to war "to degrade and ultimately destroy" the group known as the Islamic State.
Obama's Forgotten "N" Word
President Obama is a Christian. When callers to my radio shows claim, "He is a Muslim." I remind them--quickly--that he has only ever said that he is a Christian.
China Industrial Growth Slows, Power Generation Negative 1st Time in 4 Years
Malinvestment is already rampant. Additional stimulus now to meet arbitrary growth targets will cause a crash later.
America On The Edge
Terrorists are not stupid, they know we are vulnerable; however, due to politics the President and the Democrats will not enforce our current laws to protect this nation.
Fragile by Design: The Political Origins of Banking Crises and Scarce Credit
The well-being of a banking sector depends on the ability of political institutions to limit rent-seeking by populist groups.
Mob Rule Economics
While we talk about democracy and equal rights, we seem increasingly to let both private and government decisions be determined by mob rule. There is nothing democratic about mob rule. It means that some people's votes are to be overruled by other people's disruptions, harassments and threats.
Millennials, Hollywood Is Lying To You About Work And Success (Part 2)
I once knew a guy who wanted to be a singer. I didnt think he could sing very well, but in all fairness, that never stopped Justin Bieber. In any case, I inquired as to whether he was in a band. He said, no. I asked whether he had a demo tape. Nope, he didnt. I wondered if he was regularly performing anywhere or getting lessons. Uh-uh, he wasnt. Baffled, I asked him how he expected to become a singer without doing any of those things. He told me that he was hoping to be discovered by someone in the music industry.