|Friday, May. 16, 2014
The 60s brought us an era of great epic movies, whether it was David Lean’s Lawrence of Arabia or his follow-up film, Dr. Zhivago; and certainly making that same short list of film classics was Robert Wise’s The Sand Pebbles. Two of the three epics chronicled times when the imperial powers fought for control of backward, Third World countries; Lawrence of Arabia, set during the Great War, detailed Lawrence’s participation on the Middle Eastern front and in helping the Arab tribes as they attempted to unify into nations.
|Friday, May. 09, 2014
We are one confused nation when it comes to transportation and the infrastructure necessary to do business in America. As a perfect example, let’s look at our national energy policy.
| |Friday, May. 02, 2014
And so Toyota, the world’s largest manufacturer of automobiles, has decided to bail on Southern California and consolidate its U.S. sales and marketing, financing and a large part of its engineering group right here in the Metroplex. Good for us. The announcement delivers further proof that Dallas Fort Worth could one day become the corporate capital of America. And apparently with traffic congestion that will rival Los Angeles.