In Tom Coburn's just-released "Wastebook 2010," an 85-page tirade on what the U.S. senator believes are the year's 100 most outrageous uses of tax dollars, UC Irvine's $3 million research of World of Warcraft and other games comes in at No. 6. "Most people have to work for a l ... More >>
Whew, that was a long one. Laguna Niguel dentist/lawyer Orly Taitz, along with her co-counsel/nemesis Gary Kreep, spent a couple hours this morning in the Santa Ana Ronald Reagan Federal Building and Courthouse arguing why Judge David O. Carter shouldn't throw their case against Barack Obama out ... More >>
Coburn: Ready to blow?With UC Irvine's announcement of the establishment of the Center for Computer Games & Virtual Worlds, you've got to wonder if U.S. Sen. Tom Coburn's head is going to explode. At least his virtual noggin must be staining a carpet in some sims world somewhere.
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The birthers apparently won't leave CNN's Rick Sanchez alone. (Welcome to the club, bub). A day after exploiting their nutty cause to his noontime audience--again, welcome to the club, bub--he had U.S. Sen. Tom Coburn on his CNN Newsroom program today to explain how the Oklahoma Repub ... More >>
Here we go again. The 49-page report "2008: Worst Waste of the Year," which U.S. Senator Tom Coburn (R-Oklahoma) compiled to expose examples of "outrageous federal spending," included the National Science Foundation (NSF) having given UC Irvine a $100,000 grant t ... More >>
The online Bad Idea Magazine points us to a 49-page report by U.S. Senator Tom Coburn (R-Oklahoma) titled "2008: Worst Waste of the Year--A look back through some of the year's most outrageous federal spending." Included is this:Studying American and Chinese Video Game Habits - California ($100,000) ... More >>