Monthly Archives: February 2012
This article from Real Clear Politics breaks down the delegate count and state-by-state projections for the GOP nomination fight. My bet (and the author’s) is still on a narrow majority for Romney, but this article does a very detailed analysis … Continue reading
A reminder today about the human costs of piracy: The Danish navy has intercepted a cargo vessel that Somali pirates had hijacked in the Indian Ocean, freeing 16 of its crew members but two others died during the operation, an … Continue reading
Very cool video of the Navy’s new railgun: Some good anaylsis of the program over at the Danger Room.
I blogged last week about what would need to happen over the next two weeks for a brokered GOP convention to even remain in the realm of possibility. I argued that Santorum would need to win either Michigan or Arizona … Continue reading
From a 2009 CNN interview with this blog’s inspiration, Philip Tetlock: How do you know whether a talking head is a fox or a hedgehog? Count how often they press the brakes on trains of thought. Foxes often qualify their … Continue reading
A big day at the Fox’s day job: Some background on the program: Description: Mobile User Object System (MUOS) is a narrowband Military Satellite Communications (MILSATCOM) system that supports a worldwide, multi-Service population of mobile and fixed-site terminal users in … Continue reading