Crossposted with TheGreenGrok.com.In the words of Alice, "It would be so nice if something made sense." Alice, of course, was talking about the strang...
Sometime between Thanksgiving and Christmas in 1987, I went down to Deland, Florida with my then-girlfriend-now-wife, Susan, to meet my future father-...
If we Americans and our civilian-elected leaders don't come to terms with our over-dependence on the military, we will cede increasing authority to an institution that doesn't want it and should not have it.
This week began with Chris telling the women it was "about to get very serious". How serious? Vegas serious.
NASCAR has come up with a new scoring system to make year-end results tighter. Less points for a win. Sorta like football making touchdowns worth four points to ensure closer games.
The Yankees say it's possible Derek Jeter won't remain at shortstop for the duration of his new contract. Next stop, center field.
They call it "auto racing in the sky." Every year, aircraft owners gather in Reno to compete on big ovals, like NASCAR, except the tracks are in the clouds.
What if the United States had been forced to cut down on gas starting in 1948? U.S. auto companies likely wouldn't have become the bumbling boneheads of the industrial world.
As they might say down South, JJ should "get out now while the gettin's good."
So how's this LeBron thing working out in Miami? They lost at home to Indiana last night, 93-77. They are 8-6, a worse record than Miami had last year after 14 games.
I will never be in a NASCAR pit crew, mainly because my automotive skills are the pits, but I do know that when it comes to car care, it's never too late to be oily.
In a rare situation, both Kurt Busch and his younger brother Kyle are in the final 12 "race for the chase" drivers this year.
In this roundup of new DVDs and Blu-Rays, we take a look at the darker-than-dark noir film The Killer Inside Me, the "Mexican New Wave" drama I'm Gonna Explode, and a slew of recently released TV shows.
This weekend, we are proud of launching an innovative partnership that we think can help find new champions to join us in calling for breaking America's addiction to oil.
America needs to be a leader in the clean energy economy of the future. If we are serious about winning this race, now is not the time to take our foot off the pedal.
Until our sporting events and air shows return to a time when players and fans and enthusiasts collectively showed up simply for the love of the game and the purity of it all, count me out.