American Secrets For Sale Space scientist Stewart David Nozette pleaded guilty to a charge of attempting to sell classified information to an FBI agent posing as an Israeli spy. Here are some other secrets people are trying to sell to foreign intelligence agencies: What “USA” really stands for Comprehensive list of the easiest gals in […]
Weather radios are sort of a hobby of mine. There is just about no place I can go on my property that there isn’t one within reach somewhere. Six different brands are represented presently by what I own, including a more expensive Eton that is not my best radio. This small, (and I mean small) […]
WASHINGTON—Despite years of putting up with underperforming teachers, overcrowded classrooms, and a gradually deteriorating educational experience, American students reluctantly announced Tuesday that they would be giving the nation’s public school system yet another chance this fall. Saying they would “probably kick themselves later” for deciding to enroll once more in a system that has let […]
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Renewable energy may be chic, but that isn’t why America merits a windmill museum. It’s because of Billie Wolfe, a Texas home economics teacher. She liked old windmills, and thought they deserved a museum because prairie settlers couldn’t have survived without them. “The First Lady of the Windmill” died in 1997, months before the museum […]
March 28, 2011 My Sights Create Your Own Bizarre Road Trips! Try My Sights Sight of the Week American Wind Power Center and Museum, Lubbock, Texas [Mar 28-Apr 3, 2011] SotW Archive USA and Canada Tips and Stories Trona Pinnacles, Trona, California Sergeant Charles Floyd Monument, Sioux City, Iowa Car Bumper Deer, Springfield, Illinois Ferncliff […]