And who’s fault is that?

FOXNews: The United States’ climbing national debt could drag the country into a “double-dip recession,” President Obama warned in an interview with Fox News Wednesday from China, though he said he’s still considering additional tax incentives for businesses to reverse … Continue reading

From Formerly Great Britain

A former U.K. soldier says he found a discarded shotgun and turned it in to police — and now faces at least five years in prison for doing so, reported. Paul Clarke was found guilty of possessing a firearm … Continue reading

Quote of the Day – Diminished Edition

Mr Obama becomes the third sitting US President to receive the prize. The committee said today that he had “captured the world’s attention”. It is certainly true that his energy and aspirations have dazzled many of his supporters. Sadly, it … Continue reading

Quote of the Day – Unintended Consequences Edition

Legislatures at all levels are prime case studies in unintended consequences, and the only thing more appalling than the blatant partisan self-interest exercised by both parties is the invariable attempt to mask that self-interest as “the will of the people”, … Continue reading

Quote of the Day – Green Edition

For those of you all high and mighty on “green living”, shut the f— up. Buying compact fluorescents that require EPA instructions and a hazmat suit to clean up when broken, driving a Prius that polluted enough water to kill … Continue reading

Quote of the Day – Prepare to Duck Edition

On an unrelated subject, for the next person who suggests that universal healthcare is a wonderful idea, ask them how good Medicare/Medicaid would be if it was 7 times larger than it is today in terms of cost and inefficiency? … Continue reading

Quote of the Day – Titles Edition

How would George Washington — a man who actually turned down the presidential salary and preferred being called “Mr. President” over other ‘too majestic’ sounding titles — react if he could see the current state of American politics, exemplified by … Continue reading