Good, Fast, Cheap – pick any two
I was trained as an engineer, back in the day when reality was the touchstone for pretty much any project. Engineers are trained to be both practical and realistic. We can not change the laws of physics, we must adapt our designs to incorporate their (definite) existance, and their unfortunate nature of being utterly and completely consistent. One of the very first things you learn | Read More »
New York Post: Good Heavens, what if Biden *means* all those things he says?
This is going to be tricky to excerpt, so read the whole thing: …yesterday Biden let slip that he and Obama apparently have a sliding scale to determine who’s “super-rich.” [snip] “What we’re saying,” he told a Pennsylvania TV interviewer, “is that [our] tax break doesn’t need to go to people making . . . $1.4 million. It should go to [people] making under $150,000 | Read More »