Monthly Archives: February 2011

Running On Empty

General Electric wants to lead America into the future with it’s green technology. Hmm, interesting. About a year ago, I bought a G.E. coffee maker. Shortly thereafter, I learned that the appliance had been recalled because of a possible fire … Continue reading

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The Ant And The Grasshopper Revisited

I was going to write a piece comparing the fabled ant (taxpayer) to the fabled grasshopper (unions, big government, liberal politicians) but I ran across one on another blog that is far better than anything I could have written. Follow … Continue reading

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Fire Them All

What is my perspective on the union protests in Wisconsin? I see teachers who care more about money than about teaching or about their student’s education. I see teachers (and anarchists and socialists bussed in by organizers of the event) … Continue reading

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Obama Retreats, Ahmadinejad Advances

Obama Retreats, Ahmadinejad Advances.

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Unions: A Professor Emeritus of Economics View

Are labor unions ever at fault? Didn’t they nearly destroy GM? No? Oh, I see, you think it was the greedy fat cats that bankrupted the automobile manufacturer. Really? Read George Reisman’s opinion here; Where Would General Motors Be Without … Continue reading

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The Next Black President?

The Next Black President?.

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Quote of the Week

The Declaration of Independence was not a protest against government, but against the excess of government. It prescribed the proper role of government, to secure the rights of individuals and to effect their safety and happiness. In modern society, no … Continue reading

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