Archive for June, 2009
“This is a law that goes back 100 years, maybe more.” What “law” he refers to, well, we don’t know because he doesn’t know. Listen to this conversation between some ignoramus from the Arkansas State Health Department who pretends he knows what he’s talking about, and a gentleman who inquired about an Arkansas plan for [...]
The CDC is eyeing your flesh. A potential fall swine flu immunization campaign may involve an unprecedented 600 million doses of vaccine, though officials said Friday they haven’t figured out how to administer so many doses or accurately track side effects if a seasonal vaccine is given simultaneously. And here we have our answer. “This [...]
You know propaganda is successful when it encourages people to give up liberty and beg for security. This op-ed from the Wall Street Journal is begging on your behalf: If cyber war is a new form of war, wouldn’t most Americans adjust their expectations of reasonable privacy to permit the Pentagon to intrude to some [...]
In response to my article on Michele Bachmann, I received a good email from Ed, who lives in Michele Bachmann’s district: I happen to be in Michelle’s congressional district, so I’ve seen her antics over the years. I do applaud many of her actions recently – but in my opinion, she is a chameleon that [...]
Eli, a reader, sent me an email that I will blog here in its entirety. ————————————————– Has he listened to Peter Schiff’s recent podcast with Lew (You’re Better Off as a Renter) or his 2009 Austrian Scholars Conference speech? Or just capitalizing on an obvious fact of bursting housing bubble? In a September, 2008 [...]
Rachel Maddow is furious at her man of change, Barack Obama. Seems the “change” these imbeciles claimed was coming just isn’t going to materialize from the new regime. Obama has proposed preventative, indefinite detention for individuals who the state deems to be potential enemies. Here’s a quote from a New York Times article on this: [...]
I come from a place where middle-class people used clotheslines. Now, clotheslines, or solar dryers, are causing a ruckus just about everywhere. Condos, communities, and subdivisions are banning them. The clothesline issue is being wrung out nationwide in legislatures, community associations and online. A group called Right2Dry is urging the Obama family to hang their [...]
It’s about box office appeal.
Here’s a nice – though rather simple – rundown on Obama’s master plans for your health and wallet.
This interview with Eric Singer on FOX Business is great. I had a discussion with Eric this morning, leading me to his fascinating material. He launched the Congressional Effect Fund that makes investments based on when Congress is on vacation. He has produced studies that show the S&P goes up when Congress is on vacation, and it [...]