Monthly Archives: March 2013
Little Mattie Yglesias: The concept of "redistribution" falsely implies that the existence of property is prior to the existence of the state. #mythofownership — Matt Yglesias (@mattyglesias) September 18, 2012 and: On The Distribution Of Income As there’s some considerable … Continue reading
My hump was already in bad shape and I am seriously overworking it lately. Since I quit drinking I have my beer money to spend and more time on my hands and since my doctor said to get off my … Continue reading
Full Disclosure…That is not myiq /snork So, what else is going on on this fine Good Friday ? Bring it 😀
I have been watching Game of Thrones Season Two on DVD. I watched Season One a couple months ago. GOT is the only show I’ve ever seen that I had to use a written synopsis of each episode just to … Continue reading
Girl: “When did you know that grandma was the one?” Grandpa: “When her sister dumped me.” This is another open thread thingie.
For those of you still dealing with snow who are feeling jealous of our lovely California weather: Snow survey finds dismal water prospects Snow-surveying crews across the Sierra are seeing bad news up close this week. California has about half … Continue reading
Scoutt has been a regular reader for a long time. She has a message for everyone: Hey y’all – made some Obama art. It’s funny on a tote bag. what do you think? thx. Buy one and make heads explode … Continue reading
The usual suspects are chanting “Palin is irrelevant! Palin is irrelevant!” Maybe if they say it enough times it will come true.
Especially if it is written by Alex Jones. This is an open thread.
Carville: Pressure For 2016 “Prohibitive Frontrunner” Hillary Clinton “Unimaginable” I think it’ll be unimaginable. I mean, if — I just go around the country and if there’s a Democrat that does not want her to run, I have not met … Continue reading
Hot Air: For all the money being spent on high-speed rail, Griffin reports that the only high-speed rail line that’s actually being built is the California corridor between San Francisco and Los Angeles (eventually, anyway) that runs along and over … Continue reading
Joe Moneybags Gazette: Immigration Reform Roadblock The bipartisan Gang of Eight Senate talks on immigration are continuing, with avowals that a deal is done or close to it. But we also keep hearing that it may not include a flexible … Continue reading
Snow day here in the Midwest. We got 6 inches of snow here in Indianapolis last night, but it’s melting already. My class is cancelled, so I’ve been reading around the intertubes to see what’s up. Found a few stories … Continue reading
Take six minutes of your time and watch Bill Whittle explain why Barack Obama is intentionally making the sequester hurt as much as possible. BTW: Here are two ideas to immediately save lots of money: 1. Release every federal prisoner … Continue reading
What’s your favorite place? One time I did it on an Army bus in Germany. It was in the middle of winter but it was so nasty the other guys opened all the windows to get fresh air. I just … Continue reading
I started a post last night but never finished it. Maybe I’ll finish it today. Or maybe not. Right now I need more sleep. Then I hafta go watch my grandsons play soccer. After that I’m stopping by Home Depot. … Continue reading
I grew up listening to a little bit of everything. I mean that literally – Ferlin Husky, Marty Robbins, The Carpenters, Ray Conniff, Gospel, The Beatles, Benny Goodman, Tony Orlando and Dawn, Sonny and Cher, John Phillip Sousa, you name … Continue reading
New York Post: Sequester forces FAA to close 149 air traffic control towers The Federal Aviation Administration says it will close 149 air traffic control towers at small airports around the country because of federal budget cuts. The agency announced … Continue reading