New Jersey – No Transition Funds?

Having just returned from a one day trip to New Jersey, it’s easy to see why Chris Christie beat out Jon Corzine. From my last trip up there about four years ago to yesterday, I saw poorer roads, and many cases of poor financial mismanagement from the state of New Jersey. Now it appears Jon Corzine has left Chris Christie one last bit of financial mismanagement: The state of New Read More...

Lawmakers Hand $1 Billion To Small Airports

USAToday reports that: Airports that cater to private planes have received $1.1 billion since 2001 from lawmakers through earmarks. Around $100 million of that money has gone to low-priority projects at airports that are mostly used by private pilots and would benefit corporations with private jets. Analysts have warned that this type of spending could cut the money available for truly important projects at the country’s busiest airports.

A Washington Redskins PSA (Video)

Local comedian and avid Washington Redskins fan, Danny Rouhier, brings the fan base a Week 7 Redskins PSA... from the heart.

Warning: Hackers May Use Wi-Fi To Target Your Laptop (Video)

While it’s tempting to log on especially when the Wi-Fi is free, computer experts say many Wi-Fi networks lack adequate security. In some cases hackers will “spoof” or “copy” a legitimate network, something called “the evil twin.” It essentially tricks you into thinking its secure and it’s not. The gang at My Fox DC reports above.

Jack’s Back! Season 8 of 24 Starts Soon (Video)

24 comes back in an explosive way on January 17, 2010. The just released trailer is below. Looks like a retired Jack gets dragged back into duty and is joined in his quest again by Chloe O’Brian (who is sporting some serious sexy hair!), Renee Walker, & Elisha Cuthbert (not to mention Freddie Prize Jr & Katie Sackhoff). As a new grandpa myself, I hope nothing happens to his grandbaby! Read More...

Cash For Clunkers: $24K Per Car

What’s that you say? You only got $4,500 at the dealer? True, but the government bureaucracy in Washington added another $20,000 per car to the cost: A total of 690,000 new vehicles were sold under the Cash for Clunkers program last summer, but only 125,000 of those were vehicles that would not have been sold anyway, according to an analysis released Wednesday by the automotive Web site Still, auto Read More...