Saturday, October 18, 2008

Poll: What Can We Expect?

The first few months of a new Administration is when the most politically incendiary decisions are made, counting on the short memory of the electorate.

Erbitux Is Not Aspirin.

Scott Gotlieb discusses in the WSJ about the risks to the developmental drug industry posed by government-forced cost controls on new drug therapies.

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

An O for All!

The creepy Obama "O" has now mutated into a myriad of forms for the spectrum of Hyphenated-Americans. Is this guy comfortable with this idol worship? (hat tip to The People's Cube)

The Cult of Personality.

This clip sings for itself.

Sunday, October 12, 2008

Feel Good Green.

The Instapundit noted the following article about a Tennessee man who converted his 1994 Chevy S-10 to electric power for a mere $12,000. The two dozen batteries that are used will need to be replaced in three years, at a cost of about $3000. His gasoline bill was about $5000 a year, so he breaks even in year four. He could have bought a new S-10 for less, with better gasoline fuel economy. Yes, we're being a green humbug, but this report has as much signficance to practical garage-based energy solutions as a that about a waterskiing squirrel.