Aug 31 2011
Find out why the Obama administration is WORSE; Roberto Arango, former leader of the governing PNP in the Puerto Rican Senate, is WORSER; and House Majority Leader Eric Cantor is the WORST PERSON IN THE WORLD for Aug. 29, 2011.
Aug 30 2011
Find out why television evangelist Pat Robertson is WORSE, Texas Gov. Rick Perry is WORSER, and Arizona state Sen. Frank Antenori is the WORST PERSON IN THE WORLD for August 26, 2011.
Aug 25 2011
Find out why Roger Ailes from “Fixed” News is WORSE, Gov. Jan Brewer from Arizona is WORSER, and Tea Party chair Sherry Lanford Smith is the WORST PERSON IN THE WORLD for August 23, 2011.
Aug 24 2011
Find out why Congressman Lamar Smith of Texas is WORSE, Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council is WORSER, and Congressman Eric Cantor of Virginia, is the WORST PERSON IN THE WORLD for August 22, 2011.
Aug 20 2011
And the Bronze goes to Ray Sandoval, the New Mexico director for OFA (Organizing for America aka Obama for America) for sending out an e-mail to supporters urging them to read the pejorative laced blog post of a so-called 28 year old “activist” that bashed the left and Nobel Prize winning New York Times columnist Paul Krugman. Keith eviscerates the blog post for using 9/11 in reference to our economic woes and points out the Obama will not get reelected without us on the “Firebagger Lefty blogosphere”. So maybe they should STFU.
Just a word on Sen. Tom Coburn. Sen. Coburn is not only an embarrassment to our great democracy but as a physician. Thank you, Keith, excellent choices.
Aug 19 2011
Until I can find another embeddable feed for Countdown, I’ll post the YouTube segments for Worst Persons and others that would be interesting.
Aug 16 2011
Aug 15 2011
One metal that we take for granted is tin, something that most of us see and handle every day in the form of “tin” cans, long used to store food. Actually, this invention dates only from the early 1800s when canning itself was invented, although tin plated iron and steel date back much earlier.
Tin is used it lots more than cans, however. Much of the tin used today is in the form of solder, used for joining other metals, particularly copper and brass, together. Formerly a 1:1 by mass mixture of tin and lead was used for soldering copper water pipes, but because of increased awareness of the dangers of lead, other solder compositions are now used for potable water.
Let us take a few minutes to explore this interesting metal.
Aug 13 2011
Aug 12 2011