Monthly Archives: July 2011

What tha…?

Having WordPress problems.  Imported text wasn’t showing up in the post, exiting the page and coming back showing just a white screen. Well, not much to say anyway.  Have stopped paying attention to the debt thing until they all pass … Continue reading

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“Above the fold” over at Drudge.

The deadline looms.  And as usual, the “reporters” are either incompetent or malevolent demogogues. … Congress’s deadline to raise the debt ceiling and avoid sending the country into default… A failure to raise the debt ceiling is not the same as … Continue reading

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Do we know how to party or not?!

We’ve just gotten some Ruby Tuesday’s Memphis Dry Rub ribs–which are excellent–and maybe will watch Rango afterwards. Crazy, crazy Saturday nights.

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I propose the Taxing Tax.

Via the Blogfather, Alec Baldwin calls for higher taxes.  I could link you directly to the Puffington Host comments, but I don’t like getting that stuff on my hands. Prof. Reynolds proposes ending subsidies and tax breaks for Hollywood, which … Continue reading

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Ms. Althouse is right.

I guess in 2008, when Democrats got 53% of the vote, they could have characterized everyone else as “abnormal”. But in 2010 Wisconsin voted more for Republicans.  And minorities don’t get to define themselves as normal and the majority as not. … Continue reading

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We have to accept Obama’s plan…

…to find out what’s in it. No, wait.  I’ll predict massive increases in spending, debt, and taxes, with statistical fakery and lies making it seem, superficially, otherwise.

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In case you were wondering if the government is worth your $15,000/annum…

…it’s decided to give hackers a full year to steal your personal data. To make it politically difficult to oppose, proponents of the data retention requirements dubbed the bill the Protecting Children From Internet Pornographers Act of 2011, even though the mandatory … Continue reading

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