Archive for October, 2007

Kill the Teamaker

Friday, October 26, 2007 2:54 Comments Off

The Department of Agriculture is going after this guy. Hid crime? He makes tea in his house and sells it. The real problem is that it’s a water-sugar-yeast-tea combo, and since it is not made in a commercial kitchen, it’s “outside of regulatory oversight.” His drinks are very popular with cutomers, but they don’t have [...]

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Menu Nazis

Thursday, October 25, 2007 19:33 Comments Off

I blogged about Arnold Schwarzenegger’s veto of the menu Nazis in California. A judge in NYC struck down a similar coup last month, however, the New York, anti-private property bureaucrats and special interest boobs are not giving up. In another great moment of stupidity, we have this: The idea, Frieden said, is to make people [...]

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Blame the Victim, not the Totalitarian State

Thursday, October 25, 2007 17:28 Comments Off

I read a remarkable letter to the editor in Tuesday’s USA Today. I found a copy of this online. A Ron DeLong from Mesa, AZ says forget about compaining about airline/airport totalitarianism and inconvenience. Ron, a perfect, little poster child for passivity and obedience to the rules of the State, says this: The The biggest [...]

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The World’s Greatest Bookstore to Close

Wednesday, October 24, 2007 20:37 Comments Off

Loome’s Antiquarian Booksellers in Stillwater, Minnesota is closing at the end of the year. Stillwater sits on the fabulous St. Croix, just Northeast of St. Paul, and it has been known as America’s Booktown. Loome’s provides books for the discerning reader, and it can no longer compete with Amazon and the used book market on [...]

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Latest Column……(a bit late)

Wednesday, October 24, 2007 20:25 Comments Off

I’m only about a week late, but here’s my latest column at Ron Paul: A Perfect Storm in a Sea of Statism. I’ve been traveling lately, alot, and now I hope I am here to stay – at least until the holiday season kicks off in November. I found it impossible to blog or [...]

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Schwarzenegger Earns a “Giant, Greasy Stain”

Wednesday, October 24, 2007 14:13 Comments Off

Arnold has vetoed a Senate Bill that would force California fast food restaurants to put nutrition information on their menu boards so that hapless, unaccountable morons can “avoid” obesity. Someone actually said this and meant it: The menu labeling bill could have helped Californians avoid obesity, heart disease, and many other deadly diet-related diseases… So [...]

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I Like John McCain, I Hate Mitt Romney……and Other Assorted Tidbits from the Dearborn GOP Debate, Part III

Thursday, October 18, 2007 22:14 Comments Off

Mitt Romney. His favorite book is Battlefield Earth. Or so he said the first time he was asked. The lunatic L. Ron Hubbard wrote that useless piece of garbage. Check out Tucker Carlson’s piece on the book. (Top video in the sequence.) Carlson reads the 1st two paragraphs of the book, and he howls with [...]

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Dear Palm Treo, iRegret Not

Wednesday, October 17, 2007 23:10 Comments Off

Even more reasons to buy a Palm Treo as opposed to the Apple iPhone.

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Who is Wall Street’s Favored Candidate?

Wednesday, October 17, 2007 22:36 Comments Off

Hint: it’s not Rudy Giuliani, and it’s not even a Republican.

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Government Study on Obesity Concludes that Government Intervention is Needed

Wednesday, October 17, 2007 4:44 Comments Off

The best way to gain support for the use of government force – disguised as health advocacy, of course – is to determine that there is some factor that is keeping people from helping themselves, thus there must be proactive intervention on the part of those who can help. This study, undertaken by government and [...]

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