Were you aware that the TV broadcasters are going to shut down their analog transmitters in about 18 months? If you weren’t, you’re in good company. According to a poll released this past January, 61% of those responding had no idea, either. On 18 Feb 2009 the television broadcasting industry will be permitted to shut [...]
Date: July 26th, 2007
So here’s the primary question to the Tennessee Dept. of Corrections who has issued a revision of the visitation rules for people visiting inmates at the prisons banning visitors from wearing thong underwear: How are you planning on enforcing that?
ICE is preparing to solicit proposals for modernizing the system used by the Office of Detention and Removal (DRO) according to a report over at FCW.com. The Homeland Security Department’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) division issued a pre-solicitation notice July 24 requesting project management support services for the Office of Detention and Removal (DRO). [...]
FoxNews.com has a story up about Ward Churchill’s firing. I find it gratifying that the ex-professor at least understands the basic issue. A reporter asked Churchill if the professor was a fraud. “Is it some kind of fraud to pretend you’ve got a mind?” Churchill responded. Now that we know Churchill gets it that we [...]
I made mention of the Iraqi soccer team’s win in the quarterfinals against Vietnam last week. I heard about their win in the semifinals against South Korea, but only in the light of the latest terror attack. Terrorists launched 2 suicide car bombs specifically targeting the celebratory crowd, killing 50 and wounding over 100 more. [...]
A Northwest Airlines flight out of Seattle had to be recalled to the airport yesterday after a man reported that there was a bomb on the plane. After interrogating the man, officials say they did not really believe there was a bomb on board but recalled the aircraft to be on the safe side. When [...]