Archive for June, 2009

Jun 30 2009

The ’09 Summer Of Failed Liberal Economic Policies

Published by under Measuring The Recovery

Update: Well, the ADP numbers are out and – as predicted – the job situation is worsening: Companies in the U.S. cut more jobs than forecast in June, according to a private report today, showing the labor market will be slow to improve even as other parts of the economy indicate the recession is abating. […]

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Jun 30 2009

Will We Finally Know What The Fed Is Doing With All That Money?

Published by under All General Discussions

Rep. Ron Paul introduced a bill in February that would require the GAO to audit the Federal Reserve by the end of 2010. Although Paul wants to get rid of the Fed all together, he has received 245 co-sponsors for the bill. With the Federal Reserve holding interest rates at rock-bottom levels, pumping trillions into […]

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Jun 30 2009

Paul Krugman Commits Treason Against Intelligence

Published by under All General Discussions

Sorry, couldn’t resist to note when a scientifically challenged reporter attempts to play smart around those of us who really do know science (and the fact the Earth has been cooling for a decade).

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Jun 30 2009

New York, Where You Can Sell Your Kids For Spare Parts

Published by under Stem Cell Debate

  Hey, while the Obama-Pelosi-Reid job stimulus package fails, you can always run to New York and sell your children for spare parts to the rich and famous: New York has become the first state to allow taxpayer-funded researchers to pay women for giving their eggs for embryonic stem cell research, a move welcomed by […]

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Jun 30 2009

President Obama’s Bluff On Jobs Outlook

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It is amazing what people are willing to believe, even when there is overwhelming evidence to the contrary. I found this article to be both humorous and sad. Sad because the Obama administration tells a flat out lie and the pliant media run to repeat it without challenge, and too many actually will believe it: The […]

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Jun 30 2009

Obamacare: Only The Strong Will Survive

  We have been blessed with a set of beautiful twin girls – identical except one has genetic challenge. We also have to wonderful older children. DJStrata, our first, posts here often. And SJStrata who I am proud to announce has made it through Marine boot camp and the school of Infantry. Each was a […]

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Jun 29 2009

EPA Tries to Hide a Report That Questions the Science of Global Warming

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I know that my dad will probably write more on the but, Sen. Inhofe has ordered an investigation of the EPA. An analyst wrote a report saying that the EPA was using out of date science. Read more here.

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Jun 26 2009

Rep John Boehner Burning Up The Democrats In Congress

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If you are not watching C-SPAN do so now. Rep John Boehner is going through the 300 page, 3:00 AM amendment to the 1200 page disastrous energy bill. He is reading it in and challenging many of the comments, tearing a new one for Waxman-Markey. A few examples just jumped out. First off, it is […]

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Jun 26 2009

ObamaCare Would Not Have Tried To Resuscitate Michael Jackson

And interesting thought experiment is to think about Michael Jackson’s treatment under ObamaCare. We know a large group of doctors spent over an hour trying to resuscitate Jackson.  Think of all that expense spent on trying to save a drug user. Under ObamaCare it would seem to be a waste of money. Think of how […]

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Jun 26 2009

Corrupt Liberal Democrats

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Update: Conyers plead guilty and is now convicted of bribery. No more ‘alleged’ or ‘charged’ – she is a criminal. – end update OK, I do know which is the worser of two evils. Cheating politician spouses are not honorable our upstanding people, but their crime is against their partner – not the people they […]

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