It’s takers versus makers and these days the takers are winning
“After a while, people who pay their bills on time start to feel like suckers.”
P-8A makes debut in Bold Alligator exercise
Currently being tested.
Marine scout snipers used Nazi SS logo
This is utterly ridiculous. They’re saying that maybe the Marines didn’t realize it was an SS logo, but it apparently went on for several years.
The Navy faces reality
Everyone has always known the 313 ship goal was a joke. They’re just into the “start publicly admitting it to set up the next stage” phase.
The Himalayas and nearby peaks have lost no ice in past 10 years, study shows
Scientists thought that the area had lost 400,000,000,000 tons of water from 2003-2010. The actual loss looks like it was about 0.
Love the Constitution? Hate government regulations? New DHS “lexicon” brands you a “militia extremist.”
A recently published “lexicon” distributed to thousands of federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) targets citizens concerned about their Second Amendment rights and the steady encroachment of the federal government, categorizing such as “militia extremists.”
Mileage Moment of Truth: We Put 40 Mpg Claims to the Test
Popular Mechanics looks at the numbers on some 40 MPG cars.
The Last Raptor
Will be delivered in May.
Aussies’ modest proposal: Sell us F-22s, mate
Not overly thrilled with the F-35, mate?
Supreme Court should limit Congress’ copyright power
Well, ALL of Congress’ power. But copyright power is a good one to curtail.
Ford pulls out of JLTV competition
Ford’s interest in the contract has defense analysts fascinated at what their manufacturing muscle could bring to the Army tactical wheeled strategy even if it means the car and truck company doesn’t compete to build the JLTV.
10 years in prison for Sudafed?
Seems crazy, but aren’t we all glad that the restrictions have put an end to the availability of meth?
Teacher pleads guilty to raping student
Life in Prison! Execution! Oh, wait, it’s a woman. Probation should do it. No sex offender list necessary.
Nuclear Reactor Approved in U.S. for First Time Since 1978
Appears that we’ll have fewer nuclear reactors (due to retirements) before we have more.
North Dakota produced 534884 barrels of oil per day in December 2011
Not a lot, big picture wise, but definitely good.
Frankfurt airport shooter gets life in prison
He decided to kill US troops after he saw a video of Americans raping a teenage Muslim girl…turns out the video was from Brian DePalma’s anti-war movie “Redacted.”