What the hell do you give 'em for the holidays?
Well, give 'em hell.
Or at least give some agitation at a helluva bargain price.
(Holidays are VERY SOON.)
Big Bruhaha in Oakland, California! School officials there recently claimed that the street lingo spoken by young African-Americans in this city amounts to a separate language they call "Ebonics". As such, these officials... [read more]
"I see in the near future a crisis approaching that unnerves me and causes me to tremble for the safety of my country . . . Corporations have been enthroned, an era of corruption in... [read more]
Time now for [sports theme music] Hightower Radio's "Wide, Wide, Wide, WILD World of Sports."
Today's feature: America's sport's powerhouses. No, I don't mean such teams as the Yankees,... [read more]
Welcome to the hot & happening new coffee shop, on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C. [cafe sounds].
It's called The White House, and it's the in place to be, especially for... [read more]
Let me call-out a few names to you [undertone of a church bell tolling] : Tom Fishback of Turtle Lake, Wisconsin; Danny Gilchrist of Eddy County, New Mexico; Dereck Bridges of northwestern Alabama; Anthony... [read more]
Time for another trip [Far-out Space Music] into the Far, Far, FAR-OUT Frontiers of Free Enterprise.
Spaceship Hightower takes you today on a journey to the outer fringes of: ... [read more]
The dapper sophisticate, Fred Astaire, once noted: "The hardest job kids face today is learning good manners without seeing any."
Same thing for kids these days who are told they must... [read more]
Hey, who says the economy isn't booming? Maybe not in your neighborhood, but in the exclusive enclaves of the privileged, conspicuous consumption is in again!
Want a purse by Hermâ€šs?... [read more]
From Hightower Radio's "Travel Desk", I am delighted to report that there is a fabulous Bed & Breakfast in Washington, D.C., that you might consider on your next vacation.
It's an... [read more]
Fasten your seatbelts, please [jet taking off] . . . you are being taken for a ride, courtesy of both Bob Dole and Bill Clinton.
The Center for Public Integrity --... [read more]