There’s an abomination of a proposal circulating right now that aims to rename the Las Vegas International Airport after (now retired) Senator Harry Reid, a.k.a. “Dirty Harry.” What a horrible idea.
It’s been nearly two decades. Today marks the 19th anniversary of 9/11, a fitting time to look back and remember the World Trade Center before they collapsed on that terrible day.
My thoughts on a bridge in the South and some questions about why it still bears the name of a traitor who lost.
On your next celebratory occasion, skip Dom Perignon and Cristal, those grossly overrated, mass-produced, factory-manufactured, overhyped, big-name brands leveraging decades of clever corporate-driven global marketing and hype.
Instead, try a smaller-scale, hand-made, family-produced Grand Cru Champagne from a single vineyard — which offers far more distinctive taste and unique character, often at less than half the price.Read More