Jack Crenshaw column
Jack W. Crenshaw is the apocryphal "rocket scientist," having joined NASA shortly after it was created. He helped design the trajectories for Project Apollo. He still works in the aerospace industry, having taken side excursions into medical electronics, personal computers, and software engineering. He writes a column for Embedded Systems Programming magazine. [Click for more]
Actions and thoughts
September 23, 2003
Consider this hypothetical situation: Two people are running for the same political office. Both are asked their opinion of abortion. One says, "I'm against it. . . .
O'Connor is not Solomon
July 3, 2003
Back in the early 60's, Life Magazine did a cover story on then-Supreme-Court-Chief-Justice Earl Warren (of Warren Commission fame). In it, the writer describes . . .
They want you dead
March 26, 2003
I have two messages for the American people in general--and also for those sincere, dedicated Americans who are still protesting the Iraqi war. The first . . .
The future of Civilization
March 1, 2003
Lately I've been thinking about Civilization. Not civility, which is a topic badly in need of discussion on its own, but Civilization. For about the last 1000 . . .
It's about morality, stupid!
December 22, 2002
To me, the problem of abortion can be solved only by a change in morality, and by a move away from the pernicious influences of Political Correctness and moral . . .
What we need is a little old-fashioned propaganda
December 4, 2002
Last night I saw a great movie, very well done. and very stirring emotionally. It was also pure liberal propaganda, through and through. The movie is The . . .