Economic Central Planning is Just Nuts
Occupy Wall Street, Democrats, the Obama administration, Davos, the Communist Party, and various and sundry fans of government have recently gotten on yet another predictable kick about replacing capitalism with
Someone to vote FOR
It’s always dangerous to overthink. But right now I’m cogitating on the GOP primary contests and how to characterize the people who support each of the candidates, and wondering if
Just 23% believe Gov’t has Consent of the Governed
Just 23% say the US Government has the consent of the governed. This result of a new Rasmussen Poll is startling in its simplicity. It simply states that in the
All Aboard for the Hoax and Chains Express 2012!
We are in the first, heady days of the Obama 2012 Campaign. Let’s see what is going on. What will Obama run against? He will run, naturally on Hoax and
Rome wasn’t built in a day. But Facebook…
The other night I watched The Social Network. At the beginning of the movie Mark Zuckerberg sat down in his Harvard dorm room and in a drunken coding binge wrote
Mitch Daniels suffering by contrast with Walker and Kasich–Updated
The public labor union bullying of the elected legislature and governor continues in Wisconsin, where Scott Walker stands resolute in his plan to balance the budget not only this year,
If a disordered desk signifies a disordered mind, what does an empty desk signify?
Don’t take this too seriously. It’s just a bit of fun. William F. Buckley’s Desk… And Nat Hentoff’s Desk… And Albert Einstein’s Desk… And Barack Obama’s Desk… Have a better
How High is the Debt Ceiling?
In the past week many flocks of birds have been dropping dead out of the sky, fish have floated belly up on various rivers, and bumble bees are buzzing off
Make the Bush Tax Rates Permanent in 2011
The 2-Year tax rate extension negotiated between Obama and some Republican congress-critters looks like it will get through and be passed. But this will not be before Nancy Pelosi’s pork
Of Tea Parties, Tempests, and Teapots
The Tea Party Patriots and the Claremont Institute both scheduled shindigs to welcome the Freshman class of Republicans to Washington DC on the same day, at overlapping times. It’s a