Archive for February, 2010

He Does Hank at Four Years Old

Saturday, February 27, 2010 11:22 3 Comments

I can’t imagine the poise it took for this child to get on stage in front of all those people and perform with Hank Williams, Jr. Here’s another version.

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Recipe Roundup

Saturday, February 27, 2010 11:13 4 Comments

I’m doing some morning perusing in the food/nutrition blogosphere this morning. One thing I want to link up for all of my primal/paleo readers is Heather Lackey’s new blog, “InThe FoodMoment.” Her posts are straight-up and lacking in any B.S. She has an interesting story about getting smart on all things food. That said, I [...]

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The Tenthers

Saturday, February 27, 2010 6:44 2 Comments

Nolan Finley is a very conventional columnist for the Detroit News. Nolan has just published a very good column (for the most part) on the Tenth Amendment movement. However, he just has to get in that one little comment that separates him from the radical states’ rights movement (radical … meaning scholarly and “no surrender”): [...]

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Reinventing the Flu Shot (Again)

Friday, February 26, 2010 6:31 2 Comments

WebMD, that awful, mainstream medical propaganda site, is running a story about the CDC making the flu shot universal for the next flu season – since this flu season didn’t pan out, of course. Everybody, not just those at risk of complications, should get a yearly flu shot, the CDC’s immunization advisory panel says. The [...]

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California to Establish an F-Bomb Awareness Week

Thursday, February 25, 2010 19:35 16 Comments

This is a private joke, but my California friend Richard Nikoley is in big trouble. He swore off swearing for his New Year’s Resolution, and recently, he came back to life again – just how we all love him. Well, the California state legislature must have gotten wind of his broken resolution, ‘cuz here you [...]

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Ex-GM Exec Comes Back to GM at $3,000/Hour

Wednesday, February 24, 2010 22:47 4 Comments

And Fritz Henderson ain’t even a union guy. Fritz, who was fired by the Obama administration after only eight months as GM’s CEO, brings that big eight months of experience back to floundering GM for $3,000 per hour. Instead, here he is popping up again, this time as a consultant to GM on international operations [...]

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Detroit Hates Honda, Too

Wednesday, February 24, 2010 21:57 9 Comments

Following the Toyota apology to the Imperial Masters of the U.S. regime, the regime’s absolutist puppet masters and media stooges continue to heap scorn on their betters in the Japanese auto industry. It’s breathtaking to watch these imbecilic, laughable coots in Congress look down their noses at the proud leaders of Toyota. Akido Toyoda and [...]

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Why a Strategic Mortgage Default May Be Your Best Option

Wednesday, February 24, 2010 19:13 23 Comments

  Here is an interview that I did in early February 2010.   Many entities, from the White House to various mortgage banking leaders to self-professed pundits, are trying to put a shame element to borrowers who find themselves with acute negative equity in their homes. Is it possible to successfully shame these people into [...]

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Steve Lee, the Australian Gun “Moderate”

Tuesday, February 23, 2010 23:15 11 Comments

After I posted this blog, “Steve Lee Likes Guns and Government Gun Control,” I heard from Steve. So did many other pro-gun bloggers who were critical of Steve. In this interview televised on Australian television, he clearly came off as a suck-up seeking fame and fortune while selling out to the idea of government gun [...]

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700+ Banks Are Bordering on Insolvency

Tuesday, February 23, 2010 23:00 2 Comments

And this is according to an FDIC report. The names of the banks on the list are never made available to the general public by regulators out of fear that depositors at those institutions may prompt a so-called “run on the bank.” …Bair confirmed that the pace of bank failures would pick up this year, [...]

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