Three Cheers for Wealth Inequality
One can’t but hear the almost daily drumbeat from the left about how unequal things are in the United States. There is an income disparity between the haves and the have-nots where Wall Street bankers take millions of dollars home to their Greenwich mansions while millions of others work for minimum wage and can’t afford their own home, never mind something resembling a mini-Versailles. That | Read More »
Road to “Beer”-dom
I’m a beer drinker. No, I take that back. I’m a BEER drinker. I believe there’s nothing more enjoyable than knocking back a cold sudsy pint of beer after a long, hard day of work. Forget tea. Beer is as American as hot dogs and baseball. Coincidentally, also well enjoyed while eating hot dogs and watching baseball. But during the next couple of weeks, it’s | Read More »
Romney Not Resonating.
The herd thunders on. I think what I said about Romney is sound. The response to his presidential campaign roll-out has been something less than enthusiastic. Frankly, I can’t think of a way that Romney could have packaged his pitch that could have mitigated the millstone that his Massachusetts health care plan represents in the eyes of Americans who have, at long last, opened their | Read More »
It’s not your father’s Obamobile
The Obamobile is coming to a dealer showroom near you. Well, it may not actually be that near to you, now that GM (Government Motors) and CFUG (Chrysler-FIAT-UAW-Government) are throwing so many of their dealers under the bus. Say, this is a hybrid bus, isn’t it, citizen? But I digress. It’s only those in rural areas clinging to their guns and bibles who will have | Read More »