Going Green, An Authorian’s Guide
There is an excellent commentary piece by in the StarTribune in the Sunday, June 6th 2010 edition of the StarTribune from Minneapolis. It is called “Going Green? Good Luck . . .” and it details the difficulties and problems associated with saving the planet from the benignly, yet evil actions of human beings. But, there are two especially interesting lessons to be gleaned from this | Read More »
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, Paul Krugman
“You can check out any time you like, but you can never leave.” (Hotel California, The Eagles, the fog of my youth) That American Dream – of owning a home – your own little patch of land where you can raise your kids and plant your roses and wash your car (only on an odd day) and build treehouses and burn your toast…. yeah, well, | Read More »
First Cornyn, now it’s time to call out Cantor
I’m sure many of you have heard that Waxman’s Cap and Tax bill passed committee last night paving the way for yet another round of crushing tax increases on average Americans. I just called Cantor’s office here in Richmond to inquire about the GOP’s gameplan to fight this and was transferred to his DC office handling legislative matters. My conversation with Lisa in his office will | Read More »