[Edit] Argentina's Napa Valley
I have long known Argentina’s premier culinary offerings. After all, a good asado and exquisite empanadas are pretty much traditional baby fare for any Argentine-born. Truthfully, the same goes for a good glass of Malbec. I kid you not, I took my first sip of it (okay, I wet my lips with it) when I was about 5 — and my taste in wine has since been moderately refined. I’m proud of...
Capitalism - with a K?!
I’ve refrained from commenting on the celebrity world via this medium for quite some time. I can’t quite justify spending time writing about people who - unfortunately for the most part - are merely famous for being famous. However, after learning about the recently launched and just-as-quickly-dropped Kardashian MasterKard (oh-so-clever, right?), I can’t help but voice my...
This nation will remain the land of the free only so long as it is the home of...– - Elmer Davis
To Fire or Not to Fire - What is the Answer?
Published: 11/10/2010 Can you fire an employee over a Facebook post? By Matt Wilson firstname.lastname@example.org Not if the National Labor Relations Board has anything to do with it. The group will argue in court that such postings are protected. What do you think? Think you can keep employees from grousing about their bosses online? You might find out otherwise when just such a case goes before a...