Will Hybrid Cars Save You Money?

From MyFoxAtlanta.com: With the cost of gas spiking across the country many consumers are once again considering alternative fuel sources. We all know that buying a hybrid is a usually a green choice, but will it save you any green? FOX consumer reporter Steve Noviello had some answers. Some of the answers may surprise you.(…)

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Don Imus Radiothon Auction

As I’ve mentioned before, since Andy Parks was canned at WMAL, I’ve been watching Imus In The Morning (since we can’t get him in the D.C. area). The annual Imus Radiothon is currently auctioning off a number of fantastic items that you can bid on to raise money for the Imus Ranch for Kids with(…)

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Have a Pet? Shame On You!

Did you know your pets get insulted? An idiot professor seems to think so. Animal lovers should stop calling their furry or feathered friends “pets” because the term is insulting, leading academics claim. Domestic dogs, cats, hamsters or budgerigars should be rebranded as “companion animals” while owners should be known as “human carers”, they insist.(…)

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Check Out The Hangover 2 Trailer (Video)

The sequel from Todd Phillips looks like an excellent movie. Who knew monkeys were so strong? In The Hangover Part II, Phil (Bradley Cooper), Stu (Ed Helms), Alan (Zach Galifianakis) and Doug (Justin Bartha) travel to exotic Thailand for Stu’s wedding. After the unforgettable bachelor party in Las Vegas, Stu is taking no chances and(…)

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Unions Vs. Right To Work

Excellent piece from Harvard economist Robert Barro in moday’s Wall Street Journal. Amplify’d from www.wallstreetjournal.com How ironic that Wisconsin has become ground zero for the battle between taxpayers and public- employee labor unions. Wisconsin was the first state to allow collective bargaining for government workers (in 1959), following a tradition where it was the first(…)

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Unions Vs. Right To Work

Excellent piece from Harvard economist Robert Barro in moday’s Wall Street Journal. Amplify’d from www.wallstreetjournal.com How ironic that Wisconsin has become ground zero for the battle between taxpayers and public- employee labor unions. Wisconsin was the first state to allow collective bargaining for government workers (in 1959), following a tradition where it was the first(…)

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