What the hell do you give 'em for the holidays?
Well, give 'em hell.
Or at least give some agitation at a helluva bargain price.
(Holidays are VERY SOON.)
Let's go to the Sports Desk [Sports theme] for Hightower Radio's "Wide, Wide, Wide, WILD World of Sports."
Today's feature: How to make professional golf more elitist! Despite being played... [read more]
Have you noticed that when corporate lobbyists and our lawmakers get together in the Washington's back rooms we hear a great, big [smoooooch] wet smooching sound?
When they get to romancing... [read more]
Time to travel once again [Far-out space music] into the Far, Far, Far-Out Frontiers of Free Enterprise.
Today, journey aboard Spaceship Hightower into the confounding realm of product labels . .... [read more]
An oxymoron is something that is inherently contradictory, like "large shrimp" . . . or, "business ethics."
But the most moronic of oxys might be the congressional "intelligence committee." With... [read more]
From Hightower Radio's "Department of I-Told-You-So" comes a report that the highly-touted Telecommunications Deregulation Act of 1996 . . . ain't working.
Here's a recent headline on the front page of... [read more]
Time now for another voyage [Far-out space music] into the Far, Far, Far-Out Frontiers of Free Enterprise.
Today, Spaceship Hightower explores the grotesque and strange things that companies make for kids... [read more]
"What's for dinner?" is no longer the relevant question. "What's in dinner?" is a much more important question.
In addition to old-fashioned, cyclospora and salmonella, there are virulent, new, mutant... [read more]
Whoa! Not only is the Dow Jones average soaring, not only are corporate profits and chief executive salaries riding high . . . but so is another economic indicator: Personal bankruptcies.
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We humans can be downright inhuman, including using technology to find new and more horrible ways to make war.
Nuclear, chemical and biological weaponry, for example, are grotesque, but you don't... [read more]
Are you ready for your big tax cut? The Republican congress is promising gumdrops for everyone, with Newt Gingrich saying the "Centerpiece" of his proposal is a tax credit for every child in America.
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