Statism cloaked as “National Service” – A Snapshot of Republican Failure
This morning I received an email from the RNC asking for my input about the “state of the Republican Party” and, then of course, for a contribution. I gave my input, but they will not be getting any of my money. They simply would waste it, trotting after the latest theory of some pet consultant or Washington egomaniac telling them they need to “be for | Read More »
Promoting Statism in the Name of Service
With all the focus and attention on the TARP, the so-called “stimulus” bill, the nationalization of huge chunks of our economy and the various issues economic – lost in the weeds have been a host of destructive “programs” being developed and passed by the Obama-Democrat machine. Right now on the floor of the United States Senate is one of the most disturbing pieces of legislation | Read More »
What Happens When You Make An Economy More Statist?
Bad things: What’s good for General Motors may not ultimately be best for the global economy. The Bush administration’s $13.4 billion rescue of GM and Chrysler is a fitting finish to a year in which governments around the world expanded their role in the economy and markets after three decades of retreat. The intervention comes at what may prove to be a steep price. Future | Read More »
As I wrote yesterday, the Obama campaign has been using some pretty creepy artwork to promote its candidate. A couple of comments asked for details on the links between OBEY and Shepard Fairey and the Obama campaign. See the two comments I left on that post. One contains links to images, some on the Obama site itself. The other contains text available up on the | Read More »
Joe Biden: Scourge of Man
Here’s an installment of Chapin’s INFERNOwherein I outline Joe Biden and his links to pernicious feminism…he is The Scourge of Man. His iron clad connection with totalitarian harridans is yet another, in a multitude, of reasons why voters should reject the Democratic Party this November.
In America GDP Should = C + g + I
Denver area journalist David Harsanyi deserves a double screwdriver. He’s watched far more of this week’s mile high kabuki dance than anyone with an abundance of cabal TV channels and a normal life should logically have to stomach. Not only that, he’s actually paid attention. To go one further, he’s read between the lines.