Monthly Archives: October 2011

Obama has a lot of Secrets and he wants to deny they exist

The President wants to be able to look you in the eye and declare that whatever you believe to exist does not exist, even if it does. He wants to go from plausible denial to absolute lie. The Obama Administration wants … Continue reading

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Oops! The Climate Scientists did it again.

Professor Richard Muller of Berkeley, a so-called global warming skeptic, published a paper that is supposed to show a dramatic rise in global temperatures over the last ten years. The number two author of the research, Professor Judith Curry of … Continue reading

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Nancy Pelosi will be Speaker Again!

This just in from the President of the United States. Barack is pushing to give the speaker’s gavel back to Nancy. I can see the Republicans using this as a scare tactic come next fall. Just in time for next … Continue reading

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Will the Euro ultimately fail?

That is the opinion of Liam Halligan in The Telegraph. He argues that the Eurozone should lose Greece and Portugal in order to save itself. This may not be possible without destroying the entire project. It may result in alliances … Continue reading

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The Rubio Exile

The Los Angeles Times has an editorial regarding the Washington Post story on Marco Rubio’s claim that his family was in exile from Castro’s Cuba. The Times editorial does not mention that they published Rubio’s contention that the story is … Continue reading

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The Euro is Safe for Now

The early morning agreement between the leaders of the European Union and bankers brought relief to financial markets around the world. The $1.4 trillion bailout fund coupled with a 50% write-down of Greek bonds by the banks will prevent an … Continue reading

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Maybe Inequality is not such a bad thing

Courtesy of PBS none the less. Thanks to Powerline for finding this video of law Professor Richard Epstein from New York University. In a nutshell, the economic value of successful entrepreneurs to society far outweighs what they are paid. Think Steve Jobs or … Continue reading

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