Under the radar How is it possible that one of those little quadcopters could get past the Secret Service and crash on the South Lawn of the White House?
Monday, January 26, 2015
Should you spy on your kids’ computer use? Your kids use the internet too much and you want them to stop.
What do you do? Do you secretly spy on them? Provide friendly guidance? Or do nothing until the predators come knocking? And is there any research on this?
Friday, January 23, 2015
Gay cake Who thought that the front line of social change would run through the nation’s bakeries?
Thursday, January 22, 2015
What is the Pope REALLY up to? It’s been a long time since Catholics have had a Pope who likes to float trial balloons. Saying he wasn’t going to judge homosexuals, that Christ redeems even athetists, and then this week, telling reporters on the Papal Plane (quote) some think, that in order to be good Catholics, we have to be like rabbits, but no."
Wednesday, January 21, 2015
Are they finally serious? State of the Union speeches tend to be predictable. The state of the union is always strong. But surely the President would at least show a LITTLE emotional scarring from last November – right?
Study: Seahawks wins might mean $100 more in your pocket We have argued for years about whether sports franchises are a boost to the local economy or basically neutral. But there is some research out there that indicates that the rules are slightly different when you have a team that's as successful as the Seattle Seahawks have been.
It’s not easy being Green Bay It happens to all of us. Not QUITE that bad…fortunately. But if it’s any consolation, what it means out here in Seattle is that for the next two weeks, all of us have to "Go Hawk" each other at the end of every personal interaction.
Friday, January 16, 2015
The Papal Punch I saw that video of the Pope explaining how he'd defend his mother.
Pope Francis is many things -- a lot of people think he's the most liberal pope in history -- but he proved yesterday he is no pacifist.
Fighting fire… with food Throwing soup cans at school intruders. Sound like a joke, or a principal gone crazy. But it’s real.
Tuesday, January 13, 2015
Step away from the snow As promised Charlie Hebdo has published another controversial cover. But according to what I hear on the radio, what really seems to have the Muslim world buzzing is the unusual winter weather that has left a blanket of snow in Northern Saudi Arabia.
Thugs on both sides? Mainstream Muslim leaders have been quick to condemn the Charlie Hebdo attacks. But Linda Sarsour of the Arab American Association of New York also told Al Jazeera that there is a double standard
Thursday, January 8, 2015
Pencils up The attack in France has inspired millions of people to take a stand for free speech… and for the right to offend – which was Charlie Hebdo’s mission as a satirical magazine. But chanting for free speech doesn’t make it so.