Monday, July 29, 2013

70 Straight Days: Treasury Says Debt Stuck at Exactly $16,699,396,000,000.00 | CNS News

70 Straight Days: Treasury Says Debt Stuck at Exactly $16,699,396,000,000.00 | CNS News: - According to the Daily Treasury Statement for July 26, which the Treasury released this afternoon, the federal debt has been stuck at exactly $16,699,396,000,000.00 for 70 straight days.

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

No. 515—PUBLIC COMMENT ON INFLATION MEASUREMENT AND THE CHAINED-CPI (C-CPI)

No. 515—PUBLIC COMMENT ON INFLATION MEASUREMENT AND THE CHAINED-CPI (C-CPI): Consumer Price Index Has Been Reconfigured Since Early-1980s
So As to Understate Inflation versus Common Experience

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Progressive chauvinism: A key to the leftist mind | Washington Times Communities

Progressive chauvinism: A key to the leftist mind | Washington Times Communities: WASHINGTON, May 29, 2013 ― There is a reason why snobby elites on the Upper West Side of Manhattan generously donate to leftist causes and support leftist politicians

Monday, April 8, 2013

How They Will Steal Your Retirement in [Market-Ticker]

How They Will Steal Your Retirement in [Market-Ticker]: The recent ditty on how "nobody needs more than $3m for retirement", defined as "whatever you need to get a $200,000 annuity", is just one facet of how this will play out.

Sunday, February 24, 2013

Oregon Drafts Invasive Gun Control Law

Oregon Drafts Invasive Gun Control Law: Oregon is the latest state to draft legislation that puts major restrictions on the 2nd Amendment.�House Bill 3200’s summary states the “crime of unlawful possession or transfer of assault weapon or large capacity magazine” is punishable “by maximum penalty of 10 years’ imprisonment, $250,000 fine, or both.”

Friday, February 22, 2013

Freakonomics � How to Think About Guns: A New Freakonomics Radio Podcast

Freakonomics  How to Think About Guns: A New Freakonomics Radio Podcast: Our latest Freakonomics Radio podcast is called “How to Think About Guns.” (You can download/subscribe at iTunes, get the RSS feed, or listen via the media player above. You can also read the transcript below; it includes credits for the music you’ll hear in the episode.)

Sunday, January 27, 2013

Who’s Funding Whom? | Power Line

 Michael Mann, perpetrator of the notorious hockey stick hoax, is one of the world’s execrable characters. On top of his more important bad qualities, he is a whiner. The self-pitying Mann complains that scientists and organizations that are skeptical of the alarmists’ claims–like the now-ridiculed hockey stick–get tiny amounts of funding from concerned citizens. Anthony Watts notes an interview with Mann by Britain’s Independent:

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

$822,000 Worker Shows California Leads U.S. Pay Giveaway - Bloomberg

$822,000 Worker Shows California Leads U.S. Pay Giveaway - Bloomberg: Payroll data compiled by Bloomberg on 1.4 million public employees in the 12 most populous states show that California has set a pattern of lax management, inefficient operations and out-of-control costs. From coast to coast, states are cutting funding for schools, public safety and the poor as they struggle with fallout left by politicians who made pay-and-pension promises that taxpayers couldn’t afford.

Friday, November 23, 2012

Saturday, November 3, 2012

Zombie � Why Was There No October Surprise? Because Every Freakin’ Day for the Last Four Years Has Been an October Surprise

Zombie � Why Was There No October Surprise? Because Every Freakin’ Day for the Last Four Years Has Been an October Surprise: I’ll get the ball rolling with a few scandalous deeds and facts which occur to me at the moment, but this list will primarily come from you, the readers. In the comments section below, mention anything and everything that you believe should have ruined Obama politically (if the media had been doing its job). From the big to the small, from the recent to the distant, dig deep in your memory and just let it all out, like political primal scream therapy.

GO  SEE THE LIST



Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Facebook Censors Navy SEALS to Protect Obama on Benghazi-Gate

Facebook Censors Navy SEALS to Protect Obama on Benghazi-Gate: Over the weekend, Facebook took down a message by the Special Operations Speaks PAC (SOS) which highlighted the fact that Obama denied backup to the forces being overrun in Benghazi.


Monday, October 8, 2012

Ann Barnhardt: 'If You're Still in These Markets You're Either Stupid or On Drugs! ' | SilverDoctors.com

Ann Barnhardt: 'If You're Still in These Markets You're Either Stupid or On Drugs! ' | SilverDoctors.com: The Doc sat down with Ann Barnhardt of the former Barnhardt Capital Management Tuesday night for an exclusive interview discussing the shocking precedent set by the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals’ decision last Friday essentially making segregated client funds theft perfectly legal.

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Obama administration tells contractors again: Don’t issue layoff notices - The Hill's DEFCON Hill

Obama administration tells contractors again: Don’t issue layoff notices - The Hill's DEFCON Hill: The Obama administration issued new guidance intended for defense contractors Friday afternoon, reiterating the administration’s position that the companies should not be issuing layoff notices over sequestration.

Monday, September 10, 2012

The Democrats’ GM Fiction - The Editors - National Review Online

The Democrats’ GM Fiction - The Editors - National Review Online: The GM bailout was always an odd duck: The Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) was created in order to preserve liquidity in the financial markets by heading off the collapse of key financial institutions that had made catastrophically bad bets on real-estate securities — nothing at all to do with cars, really. GM’s financial arm, today known as Ally Financial, was in trouble, but GM’s fundamental problem was that its products were not profitable enough to support its work-force expenses. A single dominant factor — the United Auto Workers union’s extortionate contracts with GM — prevented the carmaker from either reducing its work-force costs or making its products more efficiently. And its hidebound management didn’t help.