How Safe Are America's 2.5 Million Miles of Pipelines?
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At 6:11 p.m. on September 6, 2010, San Bruno, Calif. 911 received an urgent call. A gas station had just exploded and a fire with flames reaching 300 feet was raging through the neighborhood. The explosion was so large that residents suspected an airplane crash. But the real culprit was found underground: a ruptured pipeline spewing natural gas caused a blast that left behind a 72 foot long crater, killed eight people, and injured more than fifty.
The Dignity And Importance Of History
Whoever controls how history is recorded controls the future, but great nations and great people can overcome the bias of a few critics by their impact upon later generations. Similarly, brutal tyrants will always have their defenders to whitewash their evil deeds, but they will still be damned as their victims preserve their torment.Click to read the full article »
Tax Moves That Could Save You Money
The end of the year is approaching. And between visiting friends and family and celebrating the holidays, your taxes may be the last thing on your mind.Click to read the full article »
A Few Words From J.D. Vance
In this TEDTalks video, Mithril Capital Management principal and National Review contributor J.D. Vance discusses the plight of low-income American communities.Click to read the full article »
Dan Topalis, owner of Topalis Clothing, Norwich, Conn.
Dan Topalis is no stranger to the worlds of creativity and commerce. As a painter, he has gained notice in the Eastern Connecticut art scene for his brightly hued interpretations of flora and fauna, and his work has been included in dozens of exhibitions and prominent collections. As a businessman, he has owned and operated three art galleries and is currently running Gallery at the Wauregan on Norwich's Main Street.Click to read the full article »