Category Archives: Economy

This Is Why We’re Doomed

Word of Hostess’ response to union demands at three of its plants is all over the news. It’s another “looking glass” moment for me. It’s surreal. You see the train coming, why do you jump into it’s path? The makers … Continue reading

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Class Warfare: Vilification Versus Reality

Bill Kristol went on Fox News on Sunday and said it “won’t kill the country” to raise taxes on millionaires, a standoff issue between Democrats and Republicans, suggesting that the Republican Party should not “fall on its sword to defend … Continue reading

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Ramirez: Media’s One-Sided Coverage Is Clear Evidence Of Bias

Cartoonist Michael Ramirez has a rare article posted over at Investors Business Daily to accompany his latest cartoon: Since the recovery began in June 2009, real median household income has fallen 4.8%, according to a new report from Sentier Research. … Continue reading

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Chart-Fu

H/T Zero Hedge, “Real Unemployment Rate Hits 11.7% As Spread Between Reported And Propaganda Data Hits Record“:

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Free Healthcare

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The Stupidest Thing I Ever Heard

My commentary isn’t really required. Neal Boortz at Townhall breaks down comments over the weekend from MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry. A couple days ago I posted about how the left and right use a common set of words but they … Continue reading

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Obama’s Infamous Episode Of Honesty

When you lie, you introduce an ultimate challenge: Avoid exposure by never contradicting one of your lies. That’s why honesty is so much easier: You don’t have to remember what you’ve said. When you’re speaking your truth, you don’t have … Continue reading

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