Wednesday, May 27, 2015
- Is your job at stake?
The first order of business when Congress returns next week is to vote on giving the President the power to negotiate the big trade agreement known as the Trans Pacific Partnership. I’m pretty sure the Republicans were tempted to nickname it Obamatrade…
- The Trans Pacific Trade Partnership
Congress is debating the Trans Pacific Partnership. Could it result in lost or gained jobs for America.
Tuesday, May 26, 2015
- You are what you slurp
Soylent has tech workers slurping and working.
Monday, May 25, 2015
- Face-to-face with the enemy
Fred Shiosaki is 91. It’s been about 70 years since he came back from World War II.
Friday, May 22, 2015
- What to do with the flying postman
Douglas Hughes pleaded Not Guilty yesterday. He’s the postal employee who flew a gyrocopter onto the lawn in front of the US Capitol on Tax Day – after posting a video warning that he would do it
Thursday, May 21, 2015
- No more laws
It should be clear by now that we have among us a generation of smartphone addicts. Their brain chemistry compels them to broadcast the play-by-play of their daily lives to everyone they know – and a fair number of people they don’t know.
- A generation addicted to smartphones
Younger generations are addicted to smartphones, even while driving.
Wednesday, May 20, 2015
- Your highway tax dollars at rest
Congress still has not been able to pass an updated transportation bill. But one congressman promotes a 1.7 cent gas tax increase.
- Your highway dollars at rest
Commuting is weird when you think about it. Five mornings a week, we all spend one to two hours trying to keep each other from getting to work.
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
- One biker watchdog says the shootout isn't over
Dave speaks with an investigator who said that the biker conflict in Waco isn't over.
- He says call them what they are
He says call them what they are
Monday, May 18, 2015
- Is your attention span shorter than a goldfish?
Last week’s viral science story was about a research experiment showing that smart phones have shrunk the human attention span to 8.25 seconds – "shorter than the attention span of a goldfish" the headline read. Which is 9 seconds.
- Is your attention span shorter than that of a goldfish?
Last week's viral science story was about a research experiment showing smart phones have shrunk human attention spans to "shorter than the attention span of a goldfish."