Finishing Up in the Oval

In what is supposed to be the nation’s house of compromise, consistent discord and legislative procrastination seems to prevail. The upcoming 2016 election season has already begun leaving most politicians in a frenzy with prominent members of Congress seeking the Presidential nomination off on their personal campaigns. That leaves us with really just one ace in […]

The Forgotten

I recently heard on the radio how the Japanese industry minister resigned over his inappropriate “town of death” comment. That was the first time in months I had heard any slight mention of the Fukushima nuclear disaster. What was regaled as the worst nuclear fallout since Chernobyl seemed to fizz in away in the Western […]