Tom Bux is a graduate of the Pennsylvania State University with a degree in American Studies. He is currently working on his masters degree in training and development at Penn State Harrisburg.
In his spare time he enjoys writing, photography, and spending time with his family and friends.
The gun friendly leaning tendencies of Popular Mechanics have not gone unnoticed by people who support gun control or gun bans. Some letters have been sent into Joe Oldham, the editor of the magazine, showing displeasure at the amount of gun articles, opinions, and advertisements.
Originally titled The Woods the name was changed to shift focus back onto the center point of the story, the village.
It seems to me that France's Liberal Socialism has killed more people than any Neocon's "illegal war" has.
I think I'll go into the American Cancer Society's offices and light up a big Cuban Cigar. That'll get their attention.
In the Treasury Department's monthly budget statement, June income outpaced spending by $19.14 billion, slightly less than the government's June 2003 surplus of $21.23 billion.
I see no problem with a business, be it a restaurant or bar, allowing smoking, or not allowing smoking. If a business owner wants to allow smoking, it is his decision. If he doesn't want smoking, that is also his decision.
Voters had a chance to elect Sam Katz last election. An imperfect candidate, but one that might have changed the tone of politics in Philadelphia. A mayor that would definitely be better than the corrupt administration currently ruining Philly.