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Brave New World…Mr. Obama, Russian propaganda & mushrooms

October 31st, 2013

With such a trove of fiasco news on Obamacare—we hardly know where to start. The grilling of Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, we shall leave to others and focus on dirty deeds, the money—because it is telling. It is symptomatic of a rot in America. But first, consider Aldous Huxley’s fiction Brave New World. However bizarre, it […]

Our amicus curiae on ludicrousness

October 26th, 2013

We mentioned 1st Amendment issues before, i.e. 2 August 2013 “Oh my word!” which addressed the ludicrous Seattle government’s attempt to ban what they and they alone deem as “disruptive words”…such as “citizen.” Our article today is a follow on satire…of sorts. Not always are Bill of Rights infringements undertaken by government. Sometimes they would […]

Healthcare debates and Sister Honor’s wisdom

September 29th, 2013

Of all the educational lessons ever learned by this author, one has proven to be among the more enduring and universally true.  Interestingly, it was also among the very earliest…from first grade.  Sister Honor instructed:  “When you point your finger at somebody else, three fingers are pointing back at you.” This lesson has been carried […]

Of no further significance whatever

September 24th, 2013

We’ll call it a Freudian slip.  Said Mr. Obama at the U.N. General Assembly only a mere couple hours ago: “Our response has not matched the scale of the challenge.”  Indeed, Mr. Obama has not.  In fact, that statement is true regarding the whole of his presidency. We would also suggest there is more truth […]

When the New York Times reports it…it has to be bad

September 20th, 2013

Steady as she goes?  For the sixth straight year, the poverty rate (defined as $23,492 or less income for a family of four) in American has failed to improve…”flat-lined” is how one economics professor put it. Worse, the economic “doldrums” are expected to be the new paradigm for the foreseeable future—high poverty rates and higher […]