Tweet In an earlier post, I asked several questions about economic issues that confuse me. Robert Arvanitis wrote a comprehensive reply, but then couldn’t get the Word Press comment system to accept it. Because it is so comprehensive and informative, I’m putting it up here as an independent post. All that I ask of the [...]
Tag Archive 'Banks'
Book Review — Greg Gutfeld’s The Joy of Hate: How to Triumph over Whiners in the Age of Phony Outrage
Tweet I have some very exciting news: I have found my long-lost identical twin. It’s amazing, really. Like me, my twin grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area during the 60s and 70s. Like me, my twin went to UC Berkeley and found Leftist antics revolting. Like me, my twin now does conservative commentary, [...]
Tweet My local Marin paper recently ran a story that showed paralyzing stupidity on the part of both a bank and an individual couple. The law favors the bank, which was insanely greedy and stupid, so Occupy Marin is stepping up to help the couple, which was also insanely greedy and stupid. I feel for [...]
Tweet I’ve been suffering from an ear worm for the past few days. Every time I read the headlines, I hear President Gerald Ford’s voice in my head. He’s always saying the same thing, too: A government big enough to give you everything you want is a government big enough to take from you everything [...]
Tweet Clark S. Judge sent to Hugh Hewitt a great note analyzing what Obama really said during the SOTU. I’m going to do something here that I almost never do, which is to reprint the note in its entirety at my own blog, albeit reformatted from the original. Why? Because the paragraph breaks vanished at [...]
Tweet Thoughts during a busy day: Idle thought 1: I want to have Mewt Gingney for my candidate. Newt Gingrich is a completely principled conservative with, in his past at least, an unprincipled private life. Mitt Romney is an unprincipled conservative with, from the past to the present, what appears to be a completely principled [...]